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Bladder Health

Hands holding bladder, cystitis, urethritis and Urinary Incontinence, bladder cancer conce

Around half of men and women will experience symptoms of urinary incontinence in their lifetime. This can vary from little leaks when you cough or jump known as Stress Urinary Incontinence to losing large volumes of urine associated with urgency called Urge Urinary Incontinence. Physiotherapy is very effective in treating a range of bladder issues from regaining control to managing persistent pain.   

Conditions treated:

  • Urinary ​Incontinence​ 

  • Urgency

  • Frequency

  • Pelvic Pain - BPS, CPPS

  • Incomplete emptying

  • Slow or intermittent flow

  • Post urination dribble

  • Pre & Post Prostatectomy

Treatments offered:

  • The new MAPLE device - more information here

  • Pelvic floor training

  • Bladder retraining

  • Myofascial release/Trigger point therapy 

  • Neuromuscular stimulation

  • Biofeedback - machine based

  • Medication management



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