Bowel and Bladder Control

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Bowel and bladder control physiotherapy is an essential aspect of healthcare for people of all ages and stages of life. 

For geriatrics, urinary incontinence and bowel dysfunction are common issues that can significantly impact their quality of life. With physiotherapy, individuals can learn exercises and techniques to improve bladder and bowel control, reduce accidents, and regain their independence. For pregnant women, the pelvic floor muscles can become weakened due to the weight of the growing baby, leading to urinary incontinence and other issues. Physiotherapy can help prevent and manage these symptoms, improving the overall experience of pregnancy and postpartum recovery. 

For everyone else, bowel and bladder control issues can be caused by a range of factors, including surgery, chronic disease, and lifestyle factors. Physiotherapy can help improve bladder and bowel control, reducing the risk of accidents and improving overall quality of life. With the help of a skilled physiotherapist, individuals can regain their confidence and independence, and enjoy a greater sense of control over their bodily functions.

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