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Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Consultations to Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) Now Available at Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control near Rochester, Michigan

March 7, 2013

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is a common bladder problem in women and is not part of the “normal” aging process. Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy offers a conservative solution for SUI that is highly successful and can often prevent need for bladder medications and even surgery.

Rochester, MI (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is the unwanted leakage of urine caused by increased pressure on the bladder triggered by events such as coughing, laughing, sneezing, lifting, and exercising. Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) in women usually results from weakness and lack of support in the muscles of the pelvis, known as the pelvic floor. These muscles are crucial in supporting the internal organs of the pelvis and controlling the sphincter muscles that retain or release urine stored in the bladder.

Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control now offers pelvic floor physical therapy for SUI via Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy. Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy operates within the confines of the welcoming, quiet, and relaxing atmosphere of Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control, where specially trained providers are dedicated in treating the urinary concerns of women discreetly and successfully. Women’s Health Physical Therapist, Kristie Wilson, MPT, the primary physical therapist at Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy stated, “Physical therapists with specialty training in the female pelvic floor are the ideal providers for the conservative treatment of SUI. We use our specific training to evaluate and design a successful treatment program that is unique to each patient.” Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is pleased to offer this conservative treatment option to women who do not want to take medications to manage their symptoms and/or those who would like to avoid surgery.

The highly-trained and practiced providers of Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control have witnessed the success that pelvic floor physical therapy treatment provides for women with SUI. Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, MD, FACOG, owner and physician provider of Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control, stated, “We are convinced that physical therapy should be first-line treatment for women who have SUI. A good trial of pelvic floor physical therapy takes about 6-8 weeks. If conservative treatment fails to produce satisfactory results for the patient, surgical options are then considered.” Realizing the value of pelvic floor physical therapy in the treatment of SUI and other female urinary problems, Dr. Zaidan enthusiastically added physical therapy services to the already comprehensive menu of services for women at the Women’s Excellence centers.

Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control/Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is now accepting appointments for pelvic floor physical therapy consultations for SUI in their state-of-the-art facility, located in Lake Orion on the M-24 thoroughfare, just minutes from Rochester. Pelvic floor physical therapy is provided to all women, even those who have an established medical provider outside the Women’s Excellence practice. Most insurances are accepted including state-funded insurances such as Medicaid and Medicare.

Founded by Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, Women’s Excellence is the most comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic office in Michigan. Dr. Zaidan is pleased to provide physical therapy in Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control for conservative treatment of urinary and pelvic pain conditions. New patients are now being accepted with a physician signed prescription for physical therapy. If you or someone you know would like more information, please visit http://www.centerofbladdercontrol.com or call Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control at 248.693.1630.

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