If you suffer from incontinence, physiotherapy could help reduce or treat your problems. Symptoms can arise because of childbirth, menopause, or surgery. At BMI we offer physiotherapy for stress, urged and mixed incontinence using non-invasive pelvic floor exercises.
Pelvic floor exercises can help resolve incontinence problems by strengthening the muscles that support and surround the bladder. There are no side effects, the exercises can strengthen the pelvic floor and reduce the possibility of future complications. In fact, pelvic floor exercises are proven to improve 70% of cases.
Treating incontinence with simple rehabilitation by physiotherapists is now widely supported by healthcare professionals. It is recommended that sufferers undergo at least three months of conservative treatment before considering surgery.