Improving your continence through treatments that suit your condition.

Common Conditions or Diagnosis for Urinary Incontinence Program:

  • Diagnosis of Urge, Stress, or Mixed Incontinence
  • Bladder Leakage When Coughing, Sneezing, or Laughing
  • Sudden, Strong Urges to Urinate Two or More Trips to the Bathroom After Going to Sleep
  • Side Effects from Bladder Control Medications
  • Difficulty Controlling the Time and Place to Urinate
senior man with bladder control problem

Urinary Incontinence (UI), or loss of bladder control, is a condition affecting over 200 million people worldwide.¹ Normally, the bladder’s function is to store urine but whenever any part of the urinary system malfunctions, it can lead to incontinence. The frequency of toileting and/or the urgency to void increases the risk of falls by as much as 26% and bone fractures as much as 34%. 1Therefore, it is important to consult with your physician due to these increased risk factors, as there may be different non-surgical therapies in which one can participate to improve bladder control.

Our Interdisciplinary Approach

Skilled Nursing

  • History and Physical Assessment Medication Review and Teaching
  • Teaching of Bladder Irritant Food and Beverage Urinalysis Collection to rule out UTI

Physical Therapy

  • Complete Therapy Evaluation Strengthening and Conditioning Exercises
  • Home Assessment Teaching of Pelvic Muscle (Kegel) and Core Exercises
  • Establish Bladder Diary Neuromuscular Re-education with “PENS” unit

Occupational Therapy

  • Complete Therapy Evaluation Home Assessment Establish Bladder Diary
  • Neuromuscular Re-education with “PENS” unit Bathroom ADL’s
  • Teaching of Pelvic Muscle (Kegel) and Core Exercises Work/Task Modification

Home Health Aide

  • Grooming and Bathing Assistance Light Housekeeping Pertaining to Patient Care Area

Our Urinary Incontinence Program Success Rate
We have 87.7% Effective Rate in reducing incontinent episodes.

¹ 2011, US National Institutes of Health-National Institute on Aging; 2011, Urinary Incontinence;