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Incontinence Program for Women

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Incontinence is not necessarily a natural part of aging. CarePartners Urinary Incontinence Program can help you regain control of your bladder and return to the activities you enjoy.

Incontinence affects around 13 million Americans, and is often the result of years of changes in the body. Childbirth, improper lifting of heavy objects, chronic constipation and menopause are all factors that can eventually weaken the pelvic floor muscles and lead to bladder issues.

Regain Control – Without Medications

Women with bladder control problems can get help from the experts at CarePartners. Our medication-free treatment program includes:

  • Pelvic floor muscle training, rehabilitation and exercise
  • Bladder training
  • Manual therapy

Is the CarePartners Incontinence Program Right for You?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you might be a candidate for the program:

  • Do you use the bathroom every hour?
  • Do you get up to use the bathroom more than two or three times a night?
  • Do you plan activities based on how close a bathroom is?
  • Do you have difficulty controlling your urine when you run, jump, sneeze or cough?
  • Do you have a strong desire to urinate, even when your bladder is not full?

You don’t have to live with urinary incontinence. Let CarePartners help. To schedule an evaluation with a physical therapist, contact us at (828) 274-6179.

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