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Bladder Dysfuntion

Stress incontinence

Occurs when the pressure acting on the bladder is greater than your pelvic floor strength

May occur when you cough, sneeze, lift, run, or jump

Solution: Increase your pelvic floor strength

bladder

Urge Urinary incontinence

Occurs when your bladder contracts without you being on the toilet

May occur with these triggers: Coffee, fizzy drinks, alcohol, artificial sugars, running water, on route to the toilet or with key in the door

normal-bladder

Solution: Bladder retraining and consultation with GP as you may need some medication to stop the bladder from contracting so strongly.

Book now to see one of our physiotherapists who can help

Call:03 9325 1511

or fill out the form below
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Call:03 9325 1511

or fill out the form below
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Updates with Pelvic Health Melbourne
Pelvic Health Melbourne remains OPEN looking after your health and wellbeing. In line with the Victorian Government’s Stage 4 restrictions guidelines, we remain open as an essential health service and are committed to looking after our communities.  For any clients who are unable to attend our clinics, we are offering online Telehealth Services. For more information on Telehealth or in clinic appointments, please call or book online.