Does your bladder control your life? Do you leak when you laugh, cough or sneeze? Loss of bladder control, known as urinary incontinence, is common but does not have to be normal part of life.
If you've been affected by disease or injury, physical therapy can help you restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain and maximize your physical ability. During your initial visit in Eau Claire, we will discuss your goals for therapy, and you will be evaluated by a physical therapist following a multisystem approach, including a review of your:
After your evaluation, we will work with you to create a treatment plan just for you. Your treatment plan may include:
Part of your road to recovery may require using an assistive device, such as a brace. Your physical therapist will assist you and your medical provider in identifying and obtaining the device that is best suited for you and your needs.
Watch as a runner is evaluated using gait analysis — a treatment tool for runners to help prevent injury and improve running performance: