February 2018 Newsletter

His Therapy Edition 1, Volume 2 February is the month for love and many enjoy private dinners, roses, chocolates and romance. Did you know without a strong pelvic floor physical intimacy can be uncomfortable, unenjoyable, and frustrating?  Statistics say that one-third of our population experiences pelvic floor dysfunction affecting their quality of life. “People tend […]

Preventing and Treating Stress Incontinence

Stress incontinence is a condition, usually in women, in which you involuntarily urinate when pressure in the abdomen increases suddenly, as in coughing or jumping. This tends to happen because the pelvic floor muscles have been weakened or damaged, causing the bladder to leak. The two biggest causes of stress incontinence are menopause and damage […]

Pelvic Floor Therapy and Prostate Cancer

Men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer or have other medical problems related to their prostate may have some symptoms that a pelvic floor therapists can help them with. Many men suffer from urinary incontinence, urgency and retention issues and many more things that affect their way of life and every day function. Both […]

What Does a PT Do for Urinary Incontinence

As many of you may know that a physical therapists can help people to exercises with weights to help with strengthening or they can teach someone how to use crutches after surgery to help them walk. But how can physical therapists help with bladder or bowel problems like incontinence? The pelvic floor muscle is a skeletal muscle just like other muscles […]