Pelvic Floor Biofeedback Services
Education on pelvic floor health
Review health history and questionnaire
Discuss dietary and lifestyle changes
Educate on mindfulness
Initial biofeedback session
Comprehensive treatment plan
Follow up visit (avg. 8-12) with pelvic floor biofeedback
E-stim (as needed)
A specialized program focused on helping women regain bladder control with biofeedback and incontinence solutions.
“I laughed so hard, tears rolled down my leg!” Does this sound familiar? You’re not alone. One in three women experiences some type of urinary incontinence. Bladder leakage can stop you from traveling distances, sleeping away from home, even exercising in public or enjoying a comedy with friends. Laughing, sneezing, and coughing become dreaded activities.
Keep in mind, urinary incontinence is a symptom, not a condition, and there are a number of different reasons for why bladder leakage occurs. Postpartum moms and women over 55 are especially vulnerable to experiencing some form of bladder leakage but all women can benefit from taking preventative measures to help reduce their risk and improve their bladder health.
Prevention is the key. Our goal is to help with any current leakage and to prevent future bladder issues. Our Bladder Matters program will help to find out the reasons behind your incontinence by providing a comprehensive assessment of your bladder health. Don’t let bladder leakage interfere with living your life to the fullest.
Some of the symptoms we treat:
Urinary urgency and frequency
Frequent night voiding and/or bedwetting
Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome)
Pelvic organ prolapse
Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
Our specially-trained nurse practitioner will address all your symptoms and provide a full range of treatment interventions and protocols that may include:
Identifying dietary irritants that impact bladder health
Behavioral modification methods
Strengthening pelvic floor muscles
Biofeedback for neuromuscular training of the pelvic floor
Health Benefit Tip
Most healthy people should try to drink six to eight, 8-ounce glasses of fluid each day. Water is the best fluid for bladder health. At least half of fluid intake should be water.
-National Institute on Aging