“Accidents” Do Happen

Our friends, mothers, sisters and daughters all deserve to be strong from the inside out. (2).png

Bladder leakage is a physical condition that affects an estimated 14 million Americans every day. 💧
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It happens to both men and women of any age, and is a result of a variety of physical conditions.
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Struggling with urinary incontinence can leave you feeling embarrassed and alone.
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Your body seems to be no longer in control. You cannot depend on it functioning in the way it once did; you cannot depend on it functioning in the way it should. But for some, talking about your symptoms with others just seems to personal, even with a health care provider.
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However, there is no need to feel this way. There is help out there, and you are not alone! With treatment, you can get your urges back under your control. 👩‍⚕️
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“Accidents” do happen, but that does not mean they need to be a part of your everyday life. 🧘

Published by Dr. Cora T Huitt

Cora T. Huitt, PT, DPT, BCB-PMD ~Thirty seven years of clinical practice, specializing in women's health for fifteen years. ~BS Degree in Allied Health Professions, Ohio State University, '72. ~Master of Arts in College Teaching (MACT) focus in Physical Therapy & Therapeutic Exercise, University of North Carolina, '76. ~ Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Alabama State University, 2010 ~Attended multiple courses offered in Women's Health Physical Therapy, including Pelvic 1, 2, 3 Course in Women's Health Section APTA. ~Member of VPTA and APTA, Women's Health Section. ~BCIA-PMDB Biofeedback- Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback. ~Certified Pilates instructor, ProHealth. ~Affiliate member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. ~Member of International Continence Society. ~Member of National Vulvodynia Association. ~Adjunct Clinical Faculty for student affiliation at multiple universities. ~Director of APTA Women's Health Residency since 2007, credentialed in 2008. (only other residency at Duke Unviersity)

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