Proven Way to Get Rid of Urinary Incontinence and Reclaim Your Confidence
What is “Incontinence”?
Incontinence is the lack of voluntary control of bladder or bowel function. This includes any amount of leakage, from a drop or two of urine, for example, to full loss of bladder or bowel contents.
There are 4 main types of incontinence:
- Stress Incontinence – leakage occurs with activities that increase abdominal pressure and exert force on the pelvic floor such as with coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting, and even just walking. Some people also experience stress incontinence with sexual activity.
- Urge Incontinence – is characterized by losing urine after feeling a sudden, urgent need to void.
- Overflow Incontinence – refers to an involuntary loss of urine, often in the absence of the sense your bladder is full. This may also lead to the sensation that the bladder is never empty.
- Mixed Incontinence – involves the presence of both stress and urge incontinence. This is the most common form of incontinence.
Approximately 25% of people in the U.S. experience incontinence, however this estimate is believe to be underrepresented because many don’t tell anyone of their symptoms. People affected by loss of bladder and/or bowel control often isolate themselves for fear of ridicule and lose self-esteem. Many people think incontinence is just a part of getting older or an unavoidable consequence of pregnancy. But it’s not and it can be treated.
What causes incontinence?
The most common causes are
- Pregnancy and birthing injuries
- Hysterectomy or other abdominal surgery
- Increased weight
- Genetic Propensity
- Nerve damage or impingement
- Behavioral accommodation- e.g., using the bathroom when you don’t really have to, or responding to the urge to urinate when you hear running water.
- Age related hormonal changes
Impairments it can cause…
Incontinence often causes people to avoid routine or preferred activities. It may impact your ability to play with your kids, walk or run, engage in social outings or be intimate with your partner.
Physiologically, the pain or problem often stems from
- Pelvic muscle weakness or abnormal tone
- Bladder irritation
- Chronic Constipation
- Improper toileting habits and routines
When should I worry?
- If you leak just 1-2 drops, this is an early sign of weakness
- If you’ve taken drugs or had surgery for incontinence but symptoms persist
- If you avoid activities or social situations because you fear leakage
When does it become an emergency?
- If you have pelvic pain
- If you feel pressure in your pelvic floor
- If it prevents you from working, being in the community or being intimate
If you experience any of these symptoms, call us immediately.
Traditional treatments that most try but are not as effective include:
- Generic Physical Therapy
- Generic exercises (Youtube, personal trainer)
If left untreated, incontinence can lead to…
Even mild incontinence can lead to complete lack of bowel or bladder control if left untreated. It is also increases your risk for urinary track infections, yeast infections and/or vaginal infections from wearing protection. Additionally, early stage incontinence can be a sign of increased risk for prolapse.
Incontinence is not something that will resolve on it’s own or get better over time. And the early it’s treated the better the outcome.
Try this self-test to see if you have signs of incontinence.
- Beginning to urinate on the toilet.
- About midway through emptying, attempt to stop the flow of urine.
- If you cannot stop the flow, it is a sign of weak pelvic floor muscles and a possible sign of incontinence.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not do this as an exercise. This is a self-test only contrary to what you may have been told by other healthcare professionals. You could cause other problems to arise if you use this test as an exercise.
How to get rid of incontinence and restore confidence
Because incontinence is a symptom and not a disease, the method of treatment is best determined after a comprehensive evaluation. Most often, intervention involves a combination of changes in diet, behavioral modifications and pelvic muscle re-education. Of the people who seek treatment, more than 80% have successful remediation or significant reduction in symptoms. Despite this success rate, only 1 in 12 people affected will seek help.
My innovative Pelvic Floor Program includes the use of highly sensitive electromyography (Biofeedback) to provide instant and accurate visual feedback about pelvic muscle activity. Additionally, I address supporting muscle integrity of the back and legs. As a result, many patients experience improved posture and core strength as well. I also provide extensive education about your condition and develop an individualized home program to ensure long lasting success.
In case you were wondering, it’s all-natural. No drugs. No injections. No surgery involved
Not all treatments are the same.
Not all practitioners treat incontinence the same and not all pelvic floor or core exercises lead to successful outcomes. Treating incontinence requires a comprehensive approach addressing nutrition, behavioral modification and psychological implications. Additionally, the use of highly specialized computer assisted surface electromyography (Biofeedback) allows me to give your precise information on the functioning of your pelvic floor muscles and your ability to voluntarily control these muscles.
My method is holistic and client-centered to get maximum results. My years of experience, extensive training and research has led to the discovery of this all inclusive way to stop INCONTINENCE in nearly anyone of any age, body type or condition.
OptimaLiving Therapy is currently the only clinic in the West valley to offer Pelvic Floor Therapy. We have built a practice around addressing the needs of women in our community and want to offer hope to those experiencing limitations due to incontinence and other pelvic floor related dysfunction.
For a limited time, we are offering a special evaluation rate of just $49 (regularly $150). Our goal is to increase awareness of the prevalence and impact of incontinence. And also to let people know that, while it’s common, it’s not normal and they can find relief.
If you’re serious about getting rid of incontinence, take advantage of this special offer today.
To schedule an evaluation, you can:
- call or text to 623-777-3113
- email to email@example.com
- use the CHAT option in the bottom right hand corner
- enter your information in the Request an Evaluation below and our patient support coordinator will contact you
Remember, this is only for you if you are serious about results.
Who are you?
My name is Linda Rudd and I am a Licensed Occupational Therapist who specializes in bowel and bladder incontinence and core related disorders. I have a special interest in helping those with pelvic floor dysfucntion become confident, healthier and lead active, personally fulfilling lives.
What can I expect from this program?
- Get rid of incontinence
- Increase core strength.
- Improve posture.
- Increase confidence.
- Improve habits and diet.
- Move better, faster and easier.
The complexity of your condition will determine your level of results
How quickly will I see results?
- Most people begin to feel better immediately. You can expect the symptoms to improve after 1-3 sessions.
- Most are done with the program in 10 sessions and then continue on their own.
- Some require more sessions depending on the complexity of their condition.
How much does it cost?
Because there are so many people who need access to this specialized treatment remedy, I have created a program to make it extremely affordable for everyone. You don’t need insurance or pay thousands of dollars.
The cost ranges from $37 to $87 per session. And most complete the program within 10 sessions.
The complexity of your condition will determine how many sessions you’ll need.
Most everyone sees results the very first session and they love it.
What if it doesn't work for me?
There’s a 100% money-back guarantee. If it doesn’t work, you can get your money back.
There’s no risk.
Even if you tried other treatments before, this is guaranteed to improve your symptoms or your money-back. So, if you tried medication, acupuncture, or even surgery without success, you owe it to yourself to try this.
Disclaimer: If insurance is used to pay for treatment, the money-back guarantee does not apply due to strict state and federal insurance laws
What is included in the first session?
The First Session includes:
- A private one-to-one exam by a Licensed Occupational Therapist and pelvic floor specialist.
- A detailed explanation of the ROOT CAUSE of your problem.
- A list of exercises and things you can do at home to start feeling better right away
Is it safe?
Yes. All procedures are FDA cleared and proven safe. I am a licensed occupational therapist with over 20 years of practice in the state of Arizona. My license # is 1502.
What if I have had surgery before?
It’s safe even if you’ve had surgery. You may need more sessions but you will still see results.