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Research published in the May 12, 2011 edition of the Physical Therapy Journal reports that pelvic floor muscle strengthening has been widely used to treat people with urinary incontinence.
All research participants reported decreased incontinence, and pelvic floor muscle strength was improved after the intervention of muscle strengthening.
If you are experiencing urinary incontinence, call the Killingly or the Colchester offices of ECRC-PT. Chris LaCoe, MSPT in the killingly office and Kirsti Stennett, PT in the Colchester office have specialized training in this field and, in most cases, can help with this disturbing issue.