Physiotherapy & Urinary Incontinence

Are you pregnant? Are you caring for an aging relative who is experiencing urinary incontinence? Attend this session to learn more about the issue of urinary incontinence, why it occurs and how best to manage it.

Urinary incontinence is reported to affect 3.3 million Canadians with only 25% of this population seeking professional help. Physiotherapy of the pelvic floor is becoming increasingly recognized as an effective first course of intervention for the management of urinary incontinence. A physiotherapist with training specific to pelvic health can offer education, advice & support as well as manual therapy and exercise prescription to help people of all ages to tackle incontinence issues.

Presentor: Clover O’Brien is a licensed physiotherapist working since 2006 with a wide variety of conditions and rostered with the College of Physiotherapy since 2012 to carry out assessment and treatment of pelvic floor conditions.