Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Consult...

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Consultations to Treat Stress Urinary...

There are 4 comments on the AmericanBankingNews.com story from Mar 7, 2013, titled Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Consultations to Treat Stress Urinary.... In it, AmericanBankingNews.com reports that:

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Consultations to Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence Now Available at Women's Excellence in Bladder Control near Rochester, Michigan Stress Urinary Incontinence is a common bladder problem in women and is not part of the "normal" aging process.

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Alyssa

New York, NY

#1 Mar 11, 2013
Women are particulary susceptible to bladder or pelvic problems due to pregnancy and childbirth, and working on pelvic floor exercises may just be a way of stalling the possibilty of surgery which may involve the use of bladder mesh implants. I read several posts online including this one bladdermeshlawsuit.us/transvag inal-mesh-lawsuits/ that mesh devices have been reported to cause serious complications which in some cases have prompted some patients to file legal claims.
Linda

Scranton, PA

#2 Mar 18, 2013
Women with SUI may just find a natural way of treating their symptoms through this treatment. I found out from bladderslingrecall.us though that severe SUI may only be addressed through a surgical procedure which may involve the use of bladder slings. These devices, however, have been surrounded with mounting safety problems lately.
Paul Hardison

Anonymous Proxy

#3 Mar 30, 2013
This is indeed a very good development for the millions of women suffering from incontinence and even those with prolapses. After the debacle of the vaginal mesh which has resulted to thousands of lawsuits, women are encouraged and made aware that their conditions may be dealt with conservative and non-invasive treatments. These options are very safe and effective based on studies conducted recently. To know more about this physical therapy and other options, you may read up on the various articles about that subject found in vaginalmeshlawsuitcenter.us/cl ass-action-lawsuits-not-advisa ble-for-vaginal-mesh-complaint s/
Jordin

Miami, FL

#4 May 10, 2013
It is really very encouraging to note that more and more people are going for non-invasive treatments for pelvic disorders. Physical therapies have been shown to be effective in managing conditions such as POP and SUI which may eliminate the need for more drastic actions such as vaginal mesh surgeries. This type of treatment may result to severe complications which may lead to serious injuries to women. More about this may be learned in http://www.zuarticles.com/author-details-19-8...

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