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When you’re suffering from Bladder Weakness, finding the right information doesn’t need to be difficult.

Our Bladder Weakness Discovery Day aims to give you an introduction to understanding this common but infrequently discussed condition.


A Taboo Subject

If you’ve ever asked yourself (or been brave enough to ask someone else) one of the following questions, you should book a place at our Women’s Health Bladder Weakness Discovery Day:

“Is Bladder Weakness Normal?”

“Are Pelvic Floor Exercises Right For Me?”

“Does everyone wee when they laugh?”

“Will I ever be able to jump on a trampoline again?”

“Am I too young to wear incontinence pads?”

“Will coffee make me wee myself?”

“How can I stop weeing myself?”

“Do I really need an internal pelvic exam?”

You’ll get honest answers in a fun, factual talk from Women’s Health Experts in a friendly, relaxed environment.

With real life stories of recovery and improvement, you’ll see there is light at the end of the tunnel that is urinary incontinence.


Expert Advice for Bladder Weakness

Taking all the latest evidence and condensing it into an easy to follow presentation, you’ll learn practical ways to help your bladder weakness, as well as who to turn to for advice, support and treatment.

You’ll find out:

  • The #1 treatment for Bladder Weakness as recommended by the UK’s leading authority on medical care
  • The best exercise to stop urine leakage
  • Why your Mum isn’t right about everything
  • How to perform your pelvic floor exercises properly
  • Who to speak to if you have problems with bladder weakness
  • How to improve your fluid intake to avoid incontinence
  • Foods that can make incontinence worse
  • If you can improve your bladder weakness without an internal pelvic examination
  • Why a proactive approach to bladder weakness is best
  • How you could ditch your incontinence pads for good
  • Why drinking 8 glasses of water might not be right for you

It’s a session packed with myth-busting and enlightenment on a common problem that affects over 30% of UK women every single month.


Busting the Myths Surrounding Bladder Weakness

Led by Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapists, our Discovery Day will bust the myths surrounding bladder weakness including:

“Leaking urine is normal over 40”

“Everyone has bladder weakness after having kids”

“I’ve leaked for 40 years, I can’t stop it now”

“I’ve had surgery to fix my pelvic floor.”

“Holding onto my urine when I go to the toilet will help exercise my pelvic floor”

“I’m too young to have bladder weakness.”

“Having a Hysterectomy will sort out my bladder weakness.”

If you thought any of these myths were true, you should come along to our Bladder Weakness Discovery Day.

And if there’s a fact you thought was true but aren’t so sure about now, we’ll finish the session with an anonymous Q&A so that you can get your questions answered.

Our Expert Women’s Health Physiotherapists have been treating bladder weakness for over 20 years. There’s no question too absurd, especially since most women have never been able to ask an expert even the simplest of questions about incontinence. So if you’ve got a question you need answering or a supposed fact you want to test out, feel free to ask and get a sensible, practical response at our Bladder Weakness Discovery Day.


Identifying the Cause of Your Bladder Weakness

Bladder Weakness can happen at any time of life. There isn’t always a cause and it’s not always associated with a particular condition.

However, there are certain times when bladder weakness can be more common:

  • Pre-Menopausal (before the menopause)
  • Peri-Menopausal (during the menopause)
  • Post-Menopausal (after menopause)
  • Ante-Natal
  • Post-Natal

And there are several conditions that can cause bladder weakness to be more of a problem:

  • Child birth trauma
  • Tears of the vagina, bladder and bowel
  • Pelvic Trauma
  • Vaginal Surgery
  • Hysterectomy
  • Vaginal Prolapse
  • Vaginal Repair

If you’re suffering from any of the problems above, you’re likely to benefit from attending our Bladder Weakness Discovery Day. Because the good news is that for most people, a proactive approach to your bladder weakness will improve the situation.

To find out the facts and start the #1 recommended treatment approach for bladder weakness, click on the Book Online button below to book a place at our Women’s Health Bladder Weakness Discovery Day and take the proactive approach to managing your bladder weakness and improving your lifestyle today.

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Guaranteed to Give You The Information You Need

We’re so confident you’ll find your Discovery Day useful. We’ve even covered them with our Money Back Guarantee. So, if you’re not completely satisfied with your Discovery Day, we’ll refund the cost of your session.

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Important Notice:

 

With the current COVID-19 situation, we are pleased to be offering Virtual Clinics and Face-to-Face Clinics

 

Find out about Virtual Clinics Find out about Face-to-Face Clinics