What is Stress Incontinence?
Stress Incontinence is when simple everyday tasks such as
coughing, sneezing, running etc. cause your bladder to leak urine against your
will, Stress incontinence is different from OAB and Urge incontinence as with
those conditions despite the frequent urge to urinate you are still in control
of your bladder, Stress incontinence leaves you essentially helpless and
fearful of participating in everyday activities due to the lack of control you
have over your bladder.
What Causes Stress Incontinence?
Stress incontinence is caused more often than not by a weak
pelvic floor, when your pelvic floor muscles are weakened maintaining control
over your bladder becomes much more difficult, Common causes of a weak pelvic
floor are things such as Child birth, Stress, Incorrect Posture, Different
types of surgeries, ETC the pelvic floor just like any other muscle in the body
is sensitive to trauma and requires rehabilitation to begin functioning like
What can you do to treat Stress Incontinence?
Luckily just like every other muscle in our body the pelvic floor can be retrained and strengthened through pelvic floor physiotherapy, with a combination of internal examination and custom tailored home workout and stretching routines Reform Physiotherapy can help you get one step closer to a normal life!
Leakage associated with increase urge to urinate which cannot be controlled.
Increased urges to urinate.
Persistent pelvic pain in males wherein all the other possible causes of pain have been ruled out
Pelvic physiotherapy can be very helpful to treat incontinence or pelvic pain pre & post prostatectomy surgery
What is Fecal Incontinence?
Fecal incontinence is when an individual loses the ability to control his or her bowel movements resulting in involuntary release of fecal matter, Fecal incontinence comes in different forms and some people have symptoms more severe than others, for example some individuals are aware they need to defecate but are not able to make it to the washroom in time, while for others it fecal matter may come out without any warning completely out of there control.
What causes Fecal Incontinence?
Fecal incontinence can be caused by a few different things such as nerve damage, Muscle damage, Childbirth etc., More often than not if the incontinence has reached a level where it is uncontrollable than internal intervention through the form of Pelvic floor physiotherapy may be beneficial to you
What Is Dyspareunia?
Dyspareunia is the medical term for painful intercourse, Dyspareunia takes different forms and can happen before, after or during intercourse.
How Can Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy help?
Pelvic floor physiotherapy is an effective treatment for this condition, since dyspareunia is caused by problems within the pelvic floor, Typically the physiotherapist will work internally to help rehabilitate your muscles and ease the pain through massages, custom home workout and stretch routines, and Professional guidance.
What is interstitial cystitis?
Interstitial Cystitis also sometimes referred to as painful bladder syndrome is a condition that’s severity ranges based on the individual. Some people experience minor symptoms such as more frequent urination, slight pain, mild discomfort etc. While others may experience severe pain and borderline uncontrollable urinary frequency.
What causes interstitial cystitis?
There are many different variables that can lead to this condition developing and every single individuals case may have formed from differently, The best way to assess the cause of your pain and symptoms would be to meet with an experienced physiotherapist so that they may ask you a serious of questions and run a series of examinations to try and pin point the root of the problem.
causes interstitial cystitis?
are many different variables that can lead to this condition developing and
every single individuals case may have formed from differently, The best way to
assess the cause of your pain and symptoms would be to meet with an experienced
physiotherapist so that they may ask you a serious of questions and run a
series of examinations to try and pin point the root of the problem.
How Can Pelvic floor physiotherapy help?
Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a proven method of reliving and curing the pain caused by coccydynia, Through various different Kegel exercises and different methods of stretching and breathing, Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a great step in the direction of easing the pain caused by this condition, Professional guidance is always recommended so that the path to recovery is