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Urinary Incontinence (UI), or loss of bladder control, is a condition affecting over 200 million people worldwide. Normally, the bladder’s function is to store urine but whenever any part of the urinary system malfunctions, it can lead to incontinence. The frequency of toileting and/or the urgency to void increases the risk of falls by as much as 26% and bone fractures as much as 34%.1 Therefore, it is important to consult with your physician due to these increased risk factors, as there may be different non-surgical therapies in which one can participate to improve bladder control.

Common Conditions or Diagnosis for Urinary Incontinence Program:

  • Diagnosis of Urge, Stress or Mixed Incontinence
  • Bladder Leakage when Coughing, Sneezing, or Laughing
  • Sudden, Strong Urges to Urinate
  • Two or More Trips to the Bathroom After Going to Sleep
  • Side Effects From Bladder Control Medications
  • Difficulty Controlling the Time and Place to Urinate

Our Interdisciplinary Approach

Skilled Nursing

  • History and Physical Assessment
  • Medication Review and Teaching
  • Teaching of Bladder Irritant Food and Beverage

Physical Therapy

  • Complete Therapy Evaluation
  • Strengthening and Conditioning Exercises
  • Home Assessment
  • Teaching of Pelvic Muscle (Kegel) and Core Exercises

Occupational Therapy

  • Complete Therapy Evaluation
  • Home Assessment
  • Bathroom ADL’s
  • Teaching of Pelvic Muscle (Kegel) and Core Exercises
  • Work/Task Modification

Home Health Aide

  • Grooming and Bathing