Female Incontinence1 in 3 women suffer from bladder incontinence, and they are the ones we know about. Many women live with these problems without realising they can be treated, some too embarrassed to seek help.

Bladder problems can be helped and many can be completely cured

• Do you leak as a result of coughing, sneezing or exercise?

• Do you get a sudden urge to go to the toilet, often without much warning?

• Are you always going to the toilet?

• Do you have trouble getting to the toilet on time?

• Do you get out of bed more than once to go to the toilet?

If your answer to any of these questions is yes, it maybe likely you are suffering from a bladder problem.

How we can help:

A thorough assessment will enable the physiotherapist to diagnose the type of incontinence you are suffering from and form the basis of an individual treatment program especially relevant to your problem.

Part of our assessments include an internal vaginal examination, this is carried out to effectively assess  your pelvic floor muscles and furthermore help diagnose the problem. Causes of bladder symptoms vary person to person, the therapist will tailor your treatment based on the examination results.

If you think you maybe suffering from incontinence, contact our physiotherapists to confidentially discuss any questions you may have. Or simply book yourself into ‘Be Nurtured’ and start on your journey to gaining control again by either calling or filling out our contact form