Emily Murray provides treatment to women (13 years and older) who are dealing with stress and urge urinary incontinence.
Who could benefit from urinary incontinence therapy?
- pregnant women
- women who have had children
What are the different types of urinary incontinence?
Stress incontinence is leaking of urine which cannot be easily controlled (if at all) when performing a physical activity. Physical activities could include coughing, sneezing, sporting activities or suddenly changing position.
Urgency incontinence happens with a sudden, strong need to urinate. This can often lead to not making it to the toilet in time to urinate, resulting in leakage. Mixed incontinence is where someone has both stress and urgency incontinence.
How do I find out more?
You may call the therapy department for more information at 325-574-7259. Contact your healthcare provider for a referral to the program.