If you suffer from incontinence, you're not alone.
- More than 16 million Americans are affected by this condition.
- 25% of college female athletes with no children have some difficulty with leakage during high-impact activities.
- With the right care, bladder control can be dramatically improved.
- One in four women aged 30 to 59 has experienced urinary incontinence.
- Incontinence is one of the most common side effects of prostate surgery.
- More than 80% of people who seek treatment can be cured or improved.
Acheiving Last, Bladder Control
A runaway bladder can be devastating and embarrassing. However, incontinence is a common problem for men and women but it's not an inevitable part of aging. Incontinence may be caused by several factors including pregnancy, menopause, prostate cancer (prostectomy) or physical activity. Incontinence is also the leading after effect of prostate surgery. Unfortunately, thousands of men and women don't know that there are incontinence treatments to help them lead normal lives.
The Presence Physical Rehab and Sports Injury Center offers a solution to urine loss through a comprehensive Continence Treatment Program. Through the program, men and women learn the cause of their incontinence, special exercises to strengthen muscles and other treatment options. Specially trained physical therapists experienced in bladder control develop individualized treatment programs and deliver care in a private and comfortable environment.
A referral from your physician is required.
For more information on the Continence Program, contact us at at 815.741.7114.