Urinary incontinence is a treatable medical problem. That's why we've assembled a team of experts offering permanent relief. Better still, the solution may be easier than you think.
Common? Yes. Normal? No.
You're not alone. Almost one in four women struggles with poor bladder control. It may begin during pregnancy or after childbirth. It may occur during menopause. Or, it may result from events in between: a back injury, an illness, even weight gain. But it isn't a natural part of aging that you must accept. It's a medical condition. And most likely it can be resolved with the many uncomplicated treatments offered at John Muir Health.
Incontinence Treatment Options
Treatment begins with an evaluation by a nurse practitioner who will work with you to develop a care plan. Your plan might be as simple as a regimen of physical therapy or biofeedback. At John Muir Health, treatments for urinary incontinence are as individual as you are, which is why we offer so many, including:
- Physical therapy
- Behavior change
- Nutrition counseling
- Minimally invasive surgical options
Continence Services Clinical Expertise
Our team of experts has a common goal: to permanently stop your bladder leaks. The team includes:
- Nurse practitioners
- Physical therapists
- Colorectal physicians
Get the Relief You've Been Waiting For
Call (925) 941-7900 today to talk privately with a professional about how we can help. Or, contact us online and a clinic representative will contact you to discuss your next steps.