Women's Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in Oakland County Provides Consultation and Treatment for Urge Incontinence

Treatments include bladder retraining, pelvic floor strengthening, and education in diet and exercise. Now accepting appointments for new patients.

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Women appreciate that physical therapy helps them reduce their voiding frequency and time spent in the bathroom. They are satisfied when they can gain control over their bladder and their bladder no longer controls them.

Oakland Township, MI (PRWEB) November 18, 2012

A woman with urge incontinence plans her day around her bladder's schedule. She is well acquainted with each and every bathroom in her circle of travel. If she will be in the car for a long time, she heads to the bathroom before leaving. By the end of the day, she has visited the bathroom more times than she can count on two hands. Her sleep is far from restful, as she gets up a number of times during the night to void. In addition, she most likely has episodes of urinary leakage when the bladder contracts at the wrong times, regardless of whether the bladder is full. The actions of her bladder dictate the events of her day and night, again, and again. Fortunately, there is hope for this woman with urge incontinence. In Oakland County, Women's Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy offers a number of natural solutions to the treatment of urge incontinence.

Women's Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy offers consultations and treatment for women with urge incontinence. Treatments offered include bladder retraining, education in lifestyle changes related to diet and exercise, and specific exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor and other supporting muscles. Kristie Wilson, MPT, physical therapist at Women's Excellence, explains,"Women who seek physical therapy services at our clinic will learn to retrain the bladder by acquiring skills to hold and release urine. Women will also learn ways to optimize their bladder function through education on diet. If muscle weakness is identified that may contribute to urge incontinence, women will learn specific exercises to increase strength. Relaxation techniques are taught so that women can use a calming effect to reduce bladder hyperactivity. Women appreciate that physical therapy helps them reduce their voiding frequency and time spent in the bathroom. They are satisfied when they can gain control over their bladder and their bladder no longer controls them."

Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy provides specialized care for women of all ages in the center of Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control. Physical therapy is provided by a licensed physical therapist who specializes in women's pelvic and bladder control issues. If you are a woman suffering with urge incontinence and are interested in physical therapy as a treatment option, call Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control today or visit their website http://www.centerofbladdercontrol.com.
Founded by Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, Women’s Excellence is the most comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic office in Michigan. Dr. Zaidan is pleased to provide Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy for conservative treatment of bladder control and pelvic pain conditions. Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is conveniently located in the center or Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control. New patients are now being accepted.