Treating Incontinence with Behavioral Modification
If you are suffering from urinary or fecal incontinence, your doctor may suggest pelvic floor therapy. The goal of pelvic floor therapy is to allow a patient to exercise better control over the organs in the pelvic floor (bladder, vagina, rectum). Depending on the severity of the incontinence, different patients will be suggested different treatments. One of those treatments is behavioral modification.
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Behavioral Modification as Pelvic Floor Therapy
Behavioral Modification is fairly self-explanatory as a form of pelvic floor therapy – a doctor will work with you to help you generate a safer lifestyle that promotes better control over your bowel or urinary movements. With other forms of pelvic floor therapy, such as behavioral modification can help alleviate the symptoms of fecal incontinence or urinary incontinence.
Behavioral modification could therapeutic if your doctor believes that your diet, activity, or other external/controllable factors. Talk to your provider at CSAKC today to see if behavioral modification could benefit you.