FREE REPORT: “8 Things you MUST Know about Urinary Incontinence”A quick and easy guide to help you improve your daily life
Yours from Specialist Physical Therapist, Clarice Ezeanya
A Message from Clarice Ezeanya, Owner and Founder of Zona Physical Therapy
- Are you spending so much money on pads because of your urinary incontinence?
- Is your bladder leakage affecting your ability to go out on a date or intimacy?
- Are you embarrassed about laughing in public because you feel like you will leak urine?
- Are you frustrated that rest and pills prescribed to you haven’t worked and things seem to be getting worse as you age?
- Do you feel a sudden urge to pee immediately when you walk in your front door or when you hear the water running?
- Do you have to cross your legs when you cough, sneeze, or laugh?
- Do you go to the bathroom often and sometime spend too much time in there?
- Are you worried about getting into the pool because you afraid of your bladder changing the pool watercolor due to leaky urine?
- Are you holding back during your workouts because you’re afraid of leaking? (…or worse, you aren’t working out at all?!)
Many people within Gwinnett County and surrounding areas suffer unnecessarily with urinary incontinence because they’re told…
- Just keep doing kegel exercises
- It’s “normal” with age or after having babies.
- Taking pills is your ONLY option
- Just “rest” and it’ll be fine (then months later they’re still having accidents…)
The Truth Is…
- Resting it doesn’t change anything. You might get a small temporary relief, but then when you get active again, you’ll still be having accidental leaks and feel like you’re always looking for the nearest bathroom when you’re out running errands (I bet you’ve already experienced this!)
- Kegels IS NOT the only way; in fact, for some women doing Kegels can make leaking and urgency worse.
- Although it’s common, it’s not normal to have urinary incontinence after having babies or as you get older!
- Surgery and injections are not the only options. They’re just the only options your surgeon can offer you.
“How Do I Get Rid of your incontinence and urgency AND make sure it doesn’t come back again.?”
Well, here are 3 things you can do:
- You need to decide to get help. DO NOT procrastinate and live with it. We are here to help!
- Make sure you are performing the appropriate exercises – one of the best things to help you with your Incontinence is to do the right series of progressed exercises – the right exercises given to you by a physical therapist will help tremendously and allow you to get your life back
- Get a real hands-on 1:1 physical therapist – At Zona Physical Therapy, urinary incontinence is very common with women with we see. If your incontinence is affecting your job, your ability to keep active, if it threatens your independence or gets in the way of spending quality time with family and friends – we can help get you back to living the life you deserve as quickly as possible.