Pelvic Pain & Urinary Incontinence
Eliminate Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Pain So You Can Get Back To Living Your Life – Without Medication Or Surgery!
Are you struggling with incontinence when you run, laugh, cough, or jump? Are you frustrated by pelvic pain that makes intimacy painful, difficult, or even something that you avoid completely? Are you too young to be struggling with these issues and concerned about how it might get worse in the future?
When urinary incontinence starts it’s easy to think it will just “go away” in a couple of days. You remain hopeful that it’s just a one-time thing the first time you have urinary incontinence when you laugh or run. But, then you realize that you are starting to limit your exercise, avoid certain activities with your kids (or grandkids!), or that you have to “pad up” before leaving the house. Or worse, you start to believe that pelvic urinary incontinence is “normal” with aging.
Or, you may have started to have pelvic pain with intimacy and originally thought it was just a fluke. You may have changed positions, increased lubrication, or decreased frequency until you find yourself dreading the very thought of being intimate with your partner. You hope that the problem will simply go away because you don’t really want to talk to anyone about this delicate issue.
If you are suffering with urinary incontinence, start here:
If you are suffering with pelvic pain, start here:
Does this sound like you?
There is hope! As pelvic floor specialists we have helped hundreds of women to return to all the activities they enjoy – including running around with their children, high intensity training, laughing with friends – all without concern of leakage or urinary incontinence.
Is Urinary Incontinence Normal After You Have Children?
NO! It is time for this myth to be eliminated. Many women do struggle with incontinence and pelvic pain for years after delivery. And, it only gets worse after menopause. Which leads to women having an increased need for total hip replacements or the need to wear “diapers” as they age.
But this does not make incontinence and pelvic pain normal. Every tissue in your body is designed to heal itself. This includes your pelvic floor. Whether you are struggling with a weak pelvic floor, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, or a fear on intimacy. And, if you are struggling with pelvic pain and incontinence, you deserve to find someone who can help you eliminate all of your issues.
Can Pelvic Pain Be Eliminated (and Intimacy Return)?
YES! Have you been told different things, by different people, about what the problem is or how to solve it? Maybe you think your pelvic pain originated in your abdomen – but it’s actually your pelvic floor where the problem is originating. It’s a very confusing part of the body to work out where the problem is coming from because there are so many muscle working so closely together. Getting information from many different sources often leads people to procrastinate and put off deciding what to do to help fix their Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.
What’s worse, many people just end up accepting this as part of life. As if it’s normal and just the way it is. In fact, some of your friends and family have probably told you “it’s just what happens as you age”. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction may be COMMON, but it is NOT normal!
Do I Just Need To Do Kegel Exercises?
No! In general, Kegel exercises are not the best at helping you deal with incontinence and manage pelvic pain. You see, chances are your pelvic floor is not actually weak but tight. The Kegel exercises will increase the tension which does nothing to eliminate your incontinence problems or pelvic pain issues.
So, you are free to stop doing those Kegel exercises. Which you probably figured out weren’t solving your problem anyway. And, free to search for another solution to eliminate your incontinence and resolve your pelvic pain so you can enjoy intimacy again.
Do You Feel That Way Too?
Here’s 7 More Reasons Why Your Incontinence Or Pelvic Pain Could Be Lasting Longer Than It Should:
If any of this sounds familiar to you - we would love to help you by inviting you to book a call to talk with one of our Specialists at our Maple Valley clinic, Physical Therapy for everyBODY, to find out what can be done to help YOU. The fact that you’ve tried any or all of these things already is actually a GOOD THING because when you know what doesn’t work, you are closer to finding the thing that does!
Click the link below to schedule a call with us if you would like to get some solid advice given to you over the phone. The phone call is complementary and there is absolutely no obligation to book any appointments with us after the call is over. Our focus is to help you make the right decision about what to do next to achieve your goals.
Click the link below, fill out the simple web form, and our office will contact you to schedule a phone call with one of our Specialist Physical Therapists.
Find Out How People Just Like You, Came to Physical Therapy for everyBODY - and Left Happier and Much Healthier!
Please enjoy watching stories of other people with pelvic pain just like you who came to see the physical therapy team at Physical Therapy for everyBODY - and left much healthier and happier:
I can tell you that all physical therapy is not the same! I went to a local physical therapy chain that was recommended by my doctor and after three or four visits they pretty much put me on a machine and watched me do exercises. I hoped they would get me back to running, yoga, walking and playing with grandkids but I wasn't getting better so looked online and that's how I found you guys.
Maple Valley, WA
Extremely gentle. And that's another thing that's amazing to me, how just a small little manipulation and there's no cracking and popping and pain. It's just very gentle but very effective, so why someone wouldn't want help in resolving pain issues? Cause if there's pain, there's something wrong, definitely. And it'll only get worse. It's not gonna go away!
Maple Valley, WA
My back pain was preventing me from doing the things that I wanted to do and I was in constant pain daily. I was constantly worried about how bad my back was hurting. I tried exercising more. I tried not exercising at all. I tried heating, cooling, pretty much every other thing that there was out there that I could do myself.