Patients of Urinary Incontinence Should Not "Hide And Suffer," States Physiotherapist from Burnaby Physiotherapy Clinic

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Shaila Jiwa, a physiotherapist from Burnaby Physiotherapy Clinic, has recently stated that patients of urinary incontinence should not “hide and suffer”. For more information, log on to http://www.burnabyphysiocare.com/blog/burnaby-physiotherapy-incontinence-treatment/.

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Burnaby Physiotherapists generally recommend behavioral modification strategies as well as exercises

Shaila Jiwa, a physiotherapist from Burnaby Physiotherapy Clinic, Absolute PhysioCare & Sports Rehab, has recently stated in a new announcement that patients of urinary incontinence should not “hide and suffer”. Urinary Continence is commonly seen as a tabooed topic to talk about and many patients hesitate before seeking help. Expert physiotherapists like Shaila Jiwa try to encourage people to come out and talk about the condition.

Incontinence is a condition that can be classified under two umbrellas, stress and urgency. Stress incontinence results from unwanted leakage during activities such as running, jumping, laughing and sneezing. Urgency incontinence occurs when there is a strong and sudden need to urinate.

Physiotherapy serves as an effective method of treating and managing incontinence. Since every patient is unique, the physiotherapists at Burnaby physiotherapy clinic, Absolute PhysioCare & Sports Rehab, will first run an internal exam. This is to help the physiotherapist understand the problem at a neurological and muscular level. Once the root cause is clear, the physiotherapist will devise a treatment plan for the patient and educate him on how to manage the condition.

Burnaby Physiotherapists generally recommend behavioral modification strategies as well as exercises, such as strengthening, stretching, deep breathing and relaxation methods. Physiotherapists who have taken additional coursework in pelvic health can assist clients with many musculoskeletal ailments and pelvic floor are commonly known to treat incontinence.

About the Company

Absolute PhysioCare & Sports Rehab is a cutting-edge, multidisciplinary physiotherapy clinic located in Burnaby, between New Westminster, Port Moody & Coquitlam, close to Vancouver, BC. The company’s focus is on providing its clients with the highest quality of care to help them achieve their optimum wellness and quality of life. Apart from providing personalized therapy plans, the company also offers its clients physiotherapy, massage therapy, chiropractic care, orthotics, acupuncture, custom bracing, compression hosiery, vestibular rehabilitation, women’s health, bike fitting, active rehabilitation services and gymnasium facilities.
For more information, log on to http://www.burnabyphysiocare.com/.

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