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Urinary incontinence means you lose urine when you don’t want to.  Along with leakage, there may be other symptoms:


Urgency: A strong desire to urinate, even when the bladder is not full. This is sometimes accompanied by pelvic discomfort or pressure. Frequency: Urinating more than six to eight times a day or more than once every two hours (with normal fluid intake).


Nocturia: Awakening from sleep because of the urge to urinate. This can vary with age and is not necessarily abnormal unless it occurs regularly more than two or three times a night.


Treating Urinary Incontinence: Knowing that you can do something about incontinence, that you don’t have to just learn to live with it, puts you on the path to regaining control over your bladder. First, and this is the hardest step for many people to take, you must discuss your problem with a health care professional. It is important to find a health care practitioner who is knowledgeable in evaluating and treating incontinence. Get a thorough examination from your physician to rule out any medical conditions that may be causing your loss of bladder control. The initial screening should include your health history regarding incontinence, a physical examination, including a pelvic exam, analysis of your urine, and a measurement of the amount of urine left in your bladder after you urinate. Then you’ll be ready for the next step; an individualized treatment program that works best for your type of incontinence.


What services and equipment do we offer at North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation, LLC?





Pelvic floor rehabilitation: