Alison Toh (Marketing Manager )The relief that I got when I finally talked about my condition with Gail is incredible. She reassured me that I am not alone and removes the debilitating stigma so many women suffer with. My incontinence was treated without drugs nor surgery, but through exercises that improved the strength of my pelvic floor muscles. PhysioActive brought a change that dramatically improved my quality of life!
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.
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 Expert PhysioActive Approach
Fortunately, help is available at PhysioActive. We offer effective physiotherapy to address your incontinence issues.
Our programmes focus on strengthening your pelvic muscles and learning to 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.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can physiotherapy help treat my incontinence?
Incontinence is commonly attributed to weak pelvic floor muscles. The goal with physiotherapy would be to strengthen these muscles to address the issue. You will learn the exercises, learn the right use of the muscles and also be advised on lifestyle changes that you will have to make
What are some surgical causes of incontinence?
These may include hysterectomy and other gynaecological surgeries as well as surgical prostate removal.
Is support offered for both men and women?
Yes, we help both men and women with incontinence issues.
How many treatments will be needed to resolve my incontinence issues?
There is no way to say without an examination. You will need to build up and learn to control the pelvic muscles over time, which will take multiple treatments.
What can I do on my own to address incontinence?
You can make your pelvic floor muscles stronger with exercise. Watching your diet and reducing your intake of alcohol, caffeinated drinks can help. While these measures can address the issue, we recommend getting professional help.
Don’t suffer from embarrassment and allow incontinence issues to ruin your life. Get professional help from the expert incontinence physiotherapists at PhysioActive now.