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Womens Health Physio – Julia Herbert wrote article
The conservative assessment and treatment of mixed urinary and anal incontinence in women
“Urinary Incontinence is considered to be a highly prevalent condition; however depending upon the definitions used, actual reported prevalence rates can very significantly. In clinical practice, women often present or treatment around he time of the menopause because heir symptoms are becoming more troublesome or have changed.”
There are three types of urinary incontinence:
- Stress urinary incontinence
- Urgency urinary incontinence
- Mixed urinary incontinence
Treatment may include:
- Lifestyle interventions
- Physical therapy such as pelvic floor muscle trainings, biofeedback and electrical stimulation
- Bladder trianing
Bladder training devices that women can use to train her pelvic floor muscles and PelviFly is one of them. Pelvic floor training can be very difficult, that is why training with mobile App can be a good solution for women. If you are not sure if you are doing the exercise correctly biofeedback can help you, futhermore training with individual care of PelviCoach will increase your motivation.