Women's Health Physical Therapy
An estimated 13 million people in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence. Don't accept incontinence as a natural part of aging, having had children or going through menopause. While these incidents may weaken the pelvic floor, they do not mean that incontinence is inevitable.
Sandi Walker, DPT, at Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, can help women suffering with incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse and pregnancy and postpartum issues. Sandi has undergone extensive training in women's health through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.
Because many symptoms of urinary incontinence are caused by lack of muscle control in the lower pelvic area, physical therapy can help to strengthen weak areas and restore control of the bladder. Physical therapy also can offer education in regards to diet, behavioral modifications, and home programs that will encourage ideal bladder health.
To find out more about Women's Health Physical Therapy, talk to your primary care provider or call 270-824-2000 for a free screening. Most health insurance plans will reimburse medical treatments for urinary incontinence.