March 23, 2023

Say no to loss of urine!

Know that there are short-term solutions for the treatment of urinary incontinence!

What is Urinary Incontinence?

Say no to loss of urine!
The Involuntary loss of urine generates a social and hygienic problem for the individual.
The Urinary Incontinence affects a considerable number of women of all ages, It is also common in men and children.
When left untreated leads to family constraints, social, sexual and even economic due to excessive spending on diapers, drugs and surgery.


What is the origin of (I.U.) Urinary incontinence?

Due to the weakness of the pelvic floor muscles and the main causes:

  • Pregnancy
  • Part
  • Intense physical activity
  • Menopause
  • Obesity
  • Aging


Urinary incontinence can be treated medically, involving behavioral change, physiotherapy, through medication or surgery, depending on each case.
Because it is a disease that affects the quality of life, It should always be chosen the most appropriate treatment, with less risk and greater efficiency.




Physiotherapy as a first approach

The scientific evidence shows that physiotherapy should be the first choice in the treatment of UI. being a less invasive, with less risk for the user and with proven results.

In addition to not have side effects, does not preclude future actions and helps restore in 51% case the function of the pelvic floor muscles and bladder control.


The intervention of the physiotherapist

The physiotherapist of careful and personalized, operates a preventive and treatment using specific techniques:

  • Kegel exercises
  • Biofeedback
  • Electro – stimulation
  • Vaginal cones





  • Urinary habits improvements and bladder control
  • Improvement in quality of life (social, familiar, Sports…)
  • Increased self-esteem


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Do not let the Urinary Incontinence is a silent problem!