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Urinary Incontinence Therapy

If urinary incontinence affects your lifestyle, turn to physical therapists at Caldwell UNC Health Care for specialized treatment. Gain better control over your symptoms and get back to the daily activities you enjoy.

Do You Have Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence, also known as involuntary urination, affects both men and women. You may have urinary incontinence if you experience one or more of these symptoms:

  • Leaking urine when exercising or performing certain movements
  • Inability to get to the bathroom quickly enough when you feel the urge to urinate
  • Strong urge to urinate even when your bladder is not full
  • Frequent urination despite normal fluid intake
  • Interruptions to sleep because of your urge to urinate

Conditions Contributing to Urinary Incontinence

Health conditions that contribute to urinary incontinence in men and women include:

  • Bladder infection
  • Constipation
  • Medications
  • Poor bladder habits
  • Pregnancy/childbirth
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Urinary tract abnormalities

What to Expect

Your caring and knowledgeable physical therapist will perform a personalized assessment of your condition. You’ll talk about your medical history, symptoms, and treatments you’ve tried with your doctor or urologist. Expect this thorough assessment to guide your individual therapy plan to stop or reduce incontinence.

Therapeutic Treatment & Training

Partner with us for high-quality treatment of stress and urge urinary incontinence. Your therapy may involve:

  • Muscle-strengthening exercises – Improve muscle functions to support your bladder
  • Bladder health education – Explains bladder functions and healthy habits
  • Bladder training – Increases the time between urination

Treatment Location

Access urinary incontinence therapy for men and women at the Quest4Life Wellness Center in Lenoir, North Carolina.

Ask for a Referral

Talk to your doctor to get a referral for rehabilitation services at Caldwell UNC Health Care.

Call 828-757-6226 if you have questions about our services.

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