Physical Therapy for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction 12/22/2014
Urinary Incontinence can affect women of any age. It is estimated that 11 million women are challenged with incontinence, and only ten percent seek treatment. It is one of the most common, yet least discussed, problems among women today. Many women may have urinary incontinence that can improve with treatment but continue to suffer.
St. Mary's for Women offers specialized therapists for women with urinary incontinence. Female therapists are trained professionals who evaluate and address the causes of these problems through specialized exercise and education. With their help, a bladder stress-free life is possible again.
St. Mary's for Women has also developed a presentation about urinary incontinence that is available free of charge for church groups, non-profit organizations and others interested in learning more about this issue.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment or a presentation, call Dawnelle Neighbors, Women's Health Navigator at 485-4968, and she will be happy to assist you in any way.