Women’s and Men’s Health
Men and women may be of the same species but both have different physiologies and pain thresholds. That is why styles of treatment for male patients must be different from that of women.
Bladder problems can be difficult to deal with. If not treated properly, they may affect the quality of life you lead and can limit the activities you enjoy. Problems related to an inefficient bladder can vary from urinary discomfort, control problems, urinary tract infections and, in worse cases, bladder cancer.
Both men and women are vulnerable to bladder problems. It can be caused by the food we eat, our daily activities, smoking habits or when a tumor develops in the bladder area. We highly recommend leading a healthy lifestyle to reduce risks for bladder problems. It is also recommended that you visit a physician or a healthcare professional for an evaluation, as early awareness of possible bladder problems enables you to take control of your health before complications arise.
- Male/Female Urinary Incontinence
- Noctural Enuresis
- Urine Retention/Frequency
- Stress/Urge/Mixed Incontinence
- Overactive bladder
Bowel problems and colorectal conditions do not have gender inclinations. Anyone can be at risk. Because the bowel/colorectal areas of our body have critical roles in our over-all health, it is important that we exercise proper care and a healthy diet, ensuring that our digestive and excretory systems are functioning well.
We at Pain Solutions & Physical Therapy, Inc. conduct a thorough analysis to select the ideal therapy methods for your loved one. If you wish to know more, call us at 904-823-8838.