Physical Therapy for Urinary Incontinence

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A 2008 study confirmed low back pain was a significant risk factor for both urge-related and stress-related urinary incontinence and correlated directly with decreased pelvic floor muscle function. Palmer Physical Therapy for Women believes that you do not have to suffer from urinary incontinence and low back pain.

Did you know?

  • Normally, a woman will need to urinate every three to four hours and should not have to get up at night to urinate.
  • It is not normal to leak urine, even in small amounts, during any physical activity.
  • One in three women is affected by urinary incontinence, and more than 50 percent of women perform Kegel exercises incorrectly.
  • Physical therapy can reduce urinary urgency and frequency of urination and can significantly reduce or eliminate urinary leakage without surgery or drugs.
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