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When you’re potty training a child, bathroom accidents are part of the game. But what happens when you’re an adult? If you’re an adult who is experiencing involuntary or accidental urine loss, you’re not alone.
As we age, our bladders have a smaller capacity to hold urine. The same is true during pregnancy. The result? You may need to urinate more frequently, or you may experience some accidental urine loss.
Urinary incontinence is a type of pelvic floor disorder (PFD), described as any involuntary or accidental loss of urine from the bladder. Though it can affect anyone, women in the 35+ age range are especially susceptible – especially if they are pregnant or have had children.
So, how can physical therapy help you with urinary incontinence? Our physical therapists will conduct a detailed assessment of your pelvic floor muscles along with a musculoskeletal evaluation. From this, they can provide:
For additional information about urinary incontinence, stop by one of our educational booths at our upcoming Ladies Day event, taking place this Friday, September 23 at our Cary Hospital. You can also email us any questions or comments: email@example.com.
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