Our specially trained physical therapists teach you the skills and provide the knowledge needed to effectively improve your bladder health.
Biofeedback, a painless technique for learning to strengthen and control pelvic floor muscles, which are responsible for supporting the bladder
A home exercise program to keep your pelvic floor muscles strong
Education on lifestyle and diet changes to improve bladder health
Address and correct behaviors that can interfere with bladder health, such as weak core strength, back pain, poor lifting techniques and straining with bowel movements (constipation)
Ask your doctor if physical therapy is right for you.
Posted Date: April 2013