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Urinary Incontinence Rehabilitation

The loss of bladder control is a very personal and distressing issue – and one that is often under-reported to healthcare providers. Studies show it affects 47% of women between the ages 20 to 49.

Treatment can include surgery and medication, and now Inland RehabWorks offers a special rehabilitation program that can help. Working with a specially trained physical therapist, women will learn how to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles and find relief from urinary incontinence through exercise and education designed just for them.

See your healthcare provider about your symptoms and discuss the possibility of physical therapy as a treatment option.

FMI: Inland RehabWorks, (207) 861-3360 or 800-281-9763.

Photo: Amy Dyer, DPT, has a doctorate in Physical Therapy with advanced training in the treatment of Urinary Incontinence.