Worried about bladder leaks?
Have you ever had a good laugh and wet your underwear? Or maybe you unintentionally leaked a couple of drops whilst coughing or sneezing. Urinary leakage is common, but it can cause anxiety, embarrassment, and social isolation. Your doctor may have told you to take a look at Kegels only for them not to work, and now you’ll be wondering if your leakage can be helped. The answer is yes it can!
Dr. Shelia Craig Whiteman, PT, DPT, CLT, is a pelvic health physical therapist who has successfully treated hundreds of women with urinary incontinence and assist you to discover the tools needed to stop leaking and start living life again without worry or embarrassment of leaking in public.
In To Pee or Not to Pee?, you are going to learn:
- How to identify your type of urinary incontinence to personalize your program for success
- How to find and effectively make stronger your pelvic muscles
- The right exercises to do to stop your type of leakage
- Simple lifestyle changes to help produce big results
- How to stop bladder leaks for good
To Pee or Not to Pee? offers you the information that you wish to have to reduce and stop your bladder leaks for good!