Incontinence Therapy

Incontinence Therapy

Incontinence Therapy

The power to live without interruptions.

Our specialists understand that suffering from incontinence is not only uncomfortable but embarrassing as well. That’s why Medical City offers a comprehensive urinary incontinence therapy program. It is especially designed to provide an array of services in one centralized location. Any patient with a referral from their physician can take advantage of this convenient program.

Our team includes board certified physicians and physical therapists. Together, they offer compassionate care to diagnose and treat urinary incontinence in a comfortable, discreet setting. By providing effective nonsurgical treatments and interventions, our urinary incontinence therapy program helps patients regain control of their bladder and their life.

Incontinence can result from a variety of conditions, diseases or situations. These causes include pregnancy, childbirth, smoking, obesity, estrogen deficiency, urinary tract infections and hysterectomies.

There are several kinds of incontinence, which can occur individually or in combination. Stress incontinence takes place when weak pelvic floor muscles lead to pressure on the bladder. Overflow incontinence is due to a narrow urethra often caused by swelling from pelvic surgery or childbirth. Urge incontinence results when the brain perceives a need to urinate although none physically exists.

Our physicians evaluate each patient to determine the most effective treatment for their individual condition. We offer a variety of nonsurgical treatments including biofeedback therapy, pelvic floor exercises, electrical stimulation, dietary consultation, manual therapy, physical therapy and posture education. Nonsurgical treatment programs have been shown to achieve an 85% success rate. If surgery is determined to be the best treatment option, patients can count on a seamless transition since our specialists provide a complete range of services on one campus.

Treatments and Interventions

  • Biofeedback Therapy
  • Dietary Recommendation 
  • Electrical Stimulation 
  • Manual Therapy 
  • Pelvic Floor Exercises 
  • Physical Therapy 
  • Posture Education

Compassionate care to give you control.

General Information: 972-566-7221
Physician Referral: 972-566-7111