Treating Incontinence – Kegel Exercises


Kegel exercises are easy to learn and simple to do. If you do them right, no one can tell your doing them, so they can be done anywhere. Isolating The Pelvic Floor Muscles While urinating, try to stop the flow of urine. Start and stop as often as you can. Tighten your muscles as if [...]

Treating Incontinence – Kegel Exercises2018-04-08T04:14:14+00:00

Treating Incontinence – Behavioral Modification


Lifestyle Changes Quit Smoking - Smoking can lead to: Chronic Cough Damage to Bladder Damage to Urethra Lose weight - Excess weight puts extra pressure on the pelvic floor muscles. Avoid caffiene and alchohol as this may make you urinate more. Timed Voiding Your physician may instruct you to urinate every 2-4 hours, while awake. [...]

Treating Incontinence – Behavioral Modification2018-04-08T04:13:06+00:00



What is a cystometrogram?   A cystometrogram or CMG is a test used to evaluate your bladder’s ability to store and release urine. How to prepare?   Please arrive for your procedure on time. Do not empty your bladder for 1 hour prior to your appointment time. You may eat and drink as usual and [...]




What is incontinence?   Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary loss of urine. It can be stress, urge or mixed incontinence. When any part of the urinary system malfunctions, incontinence can result. Who is affected by incontinence?   Urinary incontinence is reported to affect 13-25 million people in the United States. Many patients do [...]

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