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What Your Doctor Doesn't Know Keeps You From Regaining Bladder Control!

Urinary Conditions Treated

  • Incontinence 
  • Overactive bladder 
  • Urgency or frequency 
  • Interstitial cystitis 
  • Prolapsed bladder 
  • Detrussor instability 

Fascia around the bladder and urethra can become restricted due to trauma or physical stress. Imagine a straight-jacket around your bladder. As your bladder begins to fill, the straight jacket won't let it expand so you leak when you increase internal pressure (e.g., sneezing, laughing, couching, running, etc.) 

If restrictions pull the bladder or surrounding organs out of normal position, the bladder may not be able to fully empty, causing you to urinate small amounts even and feel a sense of needing to eliminate frequently.

Around the urethra, restrictions may not allow for the bladder to fully empty, which allows an environment for recurring bladder infections.