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The Problem

Bladder running your life? 


Do you know the location of every bathroom in town?

Do you pee "just in case" when you leave home?

Are you a new mom who leaks a little when you sneeze?

Do you limit exercise or play with your kids to avoid leakage?

Does a cough or sneeze strike terror?

Do you avoid lifting your grandkids for fear of leakage?

Do you wish your bladder would let you sleep at night?

Do you have to rush to the bathroom when you arrive home?

Do you wish you could throw those pads and liners away?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone! More than half of all women and as many as 1 in 3 older men have problems with their bladder at some time in their lives. But the good news is, there is something you can do about it!  

Source:  NIDDK

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The Solution

Telehealth Pelvic Physical Therapy


Free yourself from the pads.


From the comfort of your couch, learn the secrets of great bladder control. Via our simple, secure, HIPAA-compliant video platform, get a personalized program including strategies and exercises that are:

  • Evidence-based

  • Non-invasive

  • Simple to follow

  • Individually tailored to address your specific circumstances, symptoms, and health


The International Continence Society recommends offering pelvic floor muscle therapy as a first-line therapy to all women with stress, urge, or mixed urinary incontinence. 

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