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Bladder and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Symptoms of urinary incontinence are experienced by many perimenopausal and menopausal women. If you experience urine leakage, even if only periodically; or you have a sudden urgent need to urinate on a regular basis, you may have a urology problem that can alleviated through proper treatment.

One of the most common urologic disorders in women is urinary incontinence (uncontrollable loss of urine). Sexual dysfunction can also be caused by a urologic problem. An evaluation by an urologist can determine causes of various problems and an appropriate treatment plan can be development to correct the issue.

At the Women’s Health Center, you will receive expert care to diagnose and treat a wide range of urinary tract disorders and symptoms.

Physical Therapy: An Effective Treatment for Incontinence

If a urologist ruled out a structural abnormality, infection or other medical condition that may be causing your urinary problems, you may be a good candidate for physical therapy to help alleviate your incontinence. The Women’s Health Center has specialty trained therapists who can help you regain muscle control or reduce or eliminate your urinary problems.

For more information about these services or to schedule an appointment, please call the Women’s Health Center at 517-424-3611.

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