Exercises to Reduce Male Urinary Incontinence
Stress incontinence in men is a common problem, but it can be overcomed with male urinary incontinence exercises. Here are the exercises that can help.Read More
How Bladder Training Can Help Manage Male Urinary Incontinence
Bladder training is vital when you want to manage your urinary incontinence in more natural ways. Find out how it can help manage male urinary Incontinence.Read More
Five Tips to Improve Your Overall Urological Health
Maintaining your urological health should be a key priority, and particularly after the age of 40. Here are five tips to improve your urological health!Read More
Can You Strengthen a Weak Bladder to Reduce Male Urinary Incontinence?
Do you worry about sneezing too hard? Do you worry about taking long road trips? Or do you always look for the nearest bathroom whenever you’re out? This means you are suffering from male urinary incontinence. There are a number of things that can affect the bladder, including poor prostate health and growing age. As…Read More
Can Kegels Help With Male Urinary Incontinence?
If you suffer from urinary incontinence (bladder leaking), you may feel like your bladder controls your life. Fortunately, something as simple as practicing Kegels for male urinary incontinence every day can help you regain bladder control and strengthen your pelvic muscles. In fact, pelvic floor exercises like Kegels have shown to reduce urinary leaking within…Read More
Kegels for Male Urinary Incontinence
Kegels for Male Urinary Incontinence A big stressor with urinary incontinence is coping with the loss of bladder control and the impact it has on daily life. Kegels for urinary incontinence are important because they can help return a feeling of control. What are Kegels? Doctors have long recommended Kegels to women to ease childbirth…Read More
Three Unexpected Causes for Urinary Incontinence in Men
Welcome back – this week we’re going to be tackling a very practical issue. For men with urinary incontinence or at risk of urinary incontinence, it can be hard to know what to do to minimize risks and improve our bladder control. So this week, I’m going to share three surprising causes of urinary incontinence…Read More
10 Misconceptions About Pelvic Physical Therapy & Incontinence
We’re thrilled to share this post from Jessica Powley, DPT, WCS. She wrote this excellent blog article for her Proaxis Physical Therapy Clinic blog. Jessica is committed to promoting the specialty area of pelvic physical therapy.Read More