“ I laughed so hard, I peed in my pants”. Funny, but not so funny is it?
This unfortunate accident could be a dysfunction of pelvic floor muscles. Incontinence is a personal and sensitive problem. It can have a major impact on your quality of life and cause you to avoid social situations, leading to a less active lifestyle. Many women feel that this is a normal fact of life after pregnancy. More than 50% of women do not seek out the help they need.
Often, incontinence results from weakening of the pelvic muscles. Patients lose voluntary control over their bowels and bladder. This may happen from surgery, due to aging, or from a number of other causes.
The PhysioActive Approach
Fortunately, help is available at PhysioActive. We offer effective physiotherapy to address your incontinence issues.
Our physiotherapists will look at the many possible causes of your incontinence. Most women can eliminate their incontinence with manual therapy to correct the position of the pelvis, strengthen their muscles and improve their posture and breath. In some case,s internal manual therapy can be beneficial. Our therapists focus on strengthening your pelvic muscles and teaching you how to properly activate these muscles, restoring your control over your bowels and bladder. Additionally, these programmes can reduce pelvic and lower back pain. We offer help for women in a discreet, private, and caring environment.