What Does Physical Therapy Have to Do With the Pelvic Floor/Pain/Leaking When I Sneeze?

This is a big issue, it affects a lot of men and women, but most don’t want to talk about it even with their spouse, or their MD. Problems with urinary leakage, or incontinence, seems like something a 90 year old nursing home resident would have to deal with , not a healthy 30, 40, or 50 something. It’s not just a problem for those “who are old and have had children”. It’s basically for anyone who has a pelvis.

Healing needs to take place in a safe place, we do our very best to offer that environment. If you need more information on this topic, please click here  for a hand out on pelvic floor issues.

If you would like to talk to one of our therapists about this, you can set up a free 20 min “ease your worry session” and check out us and our office, to see if we are a good fit for you.

We are here to help you. We specialize in helping active, healthy people get back to living without the use of medications or surgery.

Call us in Boerne for more information, or follow us on Facebook for more information.



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Brenda Bryson, PT, MPT, LMT

I have been a physical therapist for over 20 years, and a student of John F Barnes Myofascial release for 15 years. I have had an open spirit, and a tight physical body from birth, so I not only teach clients daily about movement, but I also stretch/move daily. I am pleased to say, I have less pain and am more active at 44 than I was at 28. I love my husband, and my dogs, and outside of work I live a simple life of being outside or on the ranch. I am a 5th generation Texan, and if you are from Fredericksburg, I am probably related to you. Knowing that we are all connected in some way, helps me when I’m writing or speaking, because I just imagine I am speaking to a good friend. Thanks for reading and following along with my blog — can’t wait to meet you in person, so , until then — be a blessing!

Brenda Bryson, PT, MPT, LMT

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