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Mixed Combined Urge Stress Incontinence Physical Therapy

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Learn how to reduce pain and resume an active life.

Many people have a combination of Urge Incontinence and Stress Incontinence. If Kegels aren’t working, it is not your fault! If the muscles of the pelvic floor are too tight Kegel exercises are not recommended and may be making your condition worse. The good news is that the bladder is a retrainable muscle.

In physical therapy we can teach you to control your bladder instead of it controlling you. To ensure your comfort and privacy, all Pelvic Floor treatments are held in our Private Treatment Rooms. Please call (408) 736-7600 to schedule an appointment with our women’s health and pelvic floor specialist. We look forward to helping you find the relief you deserve from Urge Incontinence, Stress Incontinence or a combination of these two disorders and/or other related pelvic floor dysfunction.


 
 

If you are not sure what you can do to for your mixed combined urge stress incontinence and related pelvic floor symptoms, check out our easy, cost and time effective way to help ensure you take the right steps towards your future, guided by an expert.

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