Updated: Mar 17
The New Year is a great time to take stock of our health challenges and get things back on track, while we patiently await the return of the brighter, warmer days of spring. Because bladder problems can be embarrassing, I developed a free quiz to help simplify the process of getting back to better bladder health. All without ever having to leave home.
By answering a few simple questions, you'll learn what type of bladder problem you may have, as well as immediate, personalized strategies and exercises to start addressing your bladder issue NOW, based on your quiz answers. Then, through a short series of progressive and confidential follow-up emails, you will learn next steps as well as tried and true tricks of the pelvic physical therapy trade to help put yourself back in control.
So if you find you've been struggling with bladder leakage, frequency, urgency, and/or waking at night frequently to void, this quiz is for you 😊 Don't put off getting help for another day—now is the time to tackle it, so you're ready for spring and some carefree, outdoor fun!
It's as easy as 1-2-3:
Step 1: Take the free Quiz to discover what type of bladder problem you may have; be sure to enter your email and confirm your subscription.
Step 2: Follow your personalized, confidential plan which is delivered right to your inbox, and learn more about what makes your bladder tick. (Remember to check with your doctor or other healthcare provider before starting any new exercise program.)
Step 3: Forget about your bladder and get back out there!
Don't forget to enter your email at the end of the quiz to get your personalized plan!
P.S. Please consider sharing this post with others, as bladder problems are very common, and we all want a happy bladder 😊
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About the Author:
Angela is the owner of My Pelvic Therapy, PLLC and a licensed physical therapist. Prior to starting her telehealth private practice, she worked as a senior physical therapist for 17 years at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, IL, specializing in helping both women and men overcome their pelvic floor challenges. She received her physical therapy degree from Duke University, biology degree from University of Illinois, and is a lifelong learner of all things PT.