Therapy Interventions for Treating Urinary Incontinence

When you accidentally leak urine, it is known as urinary incontinence. Incontinence is a very common issue and more common in older adults. However, urinary incontinence does not have to be a part of your daily life. Treatment options are shown to be effective for many people and may include medications, bladder training, fluid/diet management, environmental modifications, and exercise.

Physical & Occupational Therapy can help you regain control over your symptoms.
Treatment interventions such as behavior modification and bladder retraining can help prevent future urinary tract infections, restore bladder function and greatly improve your quality of life.

Consider the benefits of a rehabilitation program for urinary incontinence. Talk to your doctor about symptoms and discuss a referring order to physical or occupational therapy.

For more information, please contact your on-site Therapy Department to discuss your concerns and treatment options.

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  1. Alice Carroll
    Alice Carroll says:

    It’s helpful to know that occupational therapy is often one of the things that can help when looking for urinary incontinence treatment. Maybe it would be best to start looking for that kind of treatment because I’ve been having some urinary issues lately. That would surely be a problem when I go on a long trip soon.


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