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Incontinence, a medical condition that refers to the involuntary loss of urine or feces, can be caused by various factors such as age, pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, injury, or neurological disease. Different types of incontinence, including urge, stress, or mixed incontinence, can significantly impact physical and emotional well-being. As a result, it is a condition that requires medical attention and treatment.

Pelvic physical therapy is a specialized form of therapy that targets the muscles, ligaments, and nerves in the pelvic region. It’s a non-invasive and drug-free approach that aims to improve the strength, flexibility, and coordination of the pelvic floor muscles, which are crucial in controlling bladder and bowel function. Additionally, pelvic physical therapy can involve various techniques, such as exercises, biofeedback, manual therapy, electrical stimulation, and behavioral modification.

One of the critical benefits of pelvic physical therapy is that it can help patients regain control over their bladder and bowel function, reducing or eliminating their incontinence symptoms. Moreover, it can improve their sexual function, alleviate pain or discomfort in the pelvic area, and prevent or treat other related conditions, such as pelvic organ prolapse or urinary tract infections. It is also a safe and cost-effective treatment option that doesn’t involve surgery or medication.

Therefore, if you or someone you know is struggling with incontinence, consider seeking the help of a qualified pelvic physical therapist. They can assess your condition, provide personalized recommendations, and guide you through a tailored treatment plan that suits your needs and goals. With the right therapy and support, you can overcome incontinence and enjoy a better quality of life.

You’ll be able to learn more about our pelvic physical therapy Drs.

Cynthia Lucas, PT, DPT

Alicia Bertoni-Hickey, PT, DPT

Where are we located?

1681 Washington Street, Suite 2
Braintree, MA

Phone: 339-987-4856

cyndi@craypt.com and alicia@craypt.com

What can I expect during my physical therapy session for incontinence?

We understand that seeking treatment for incontinence can be an intimidating experience. That’s why, during your first visit, we will take the time to get to know you and your unique circumstances. We will conduct a thorough evaluation to see if your condition is severe and to identify any underlying issues contributing to your symptoms. This evaluation may take 45 to 60 minutes. Still, creating a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs and goals is necessary.

We want you to feel comfortable during this evaluation, so please wear loose-fitting clothing and be prepared to discuss your symptoms and medical history in detail. We promise to provide ongoing support and guidance throughout your treatment process, working closely with you every step of the way to help you achieve your desired outcomes. You are not alone in this journey, and we are here to help you every step of the way.


Incontinence can present itself in various ways, depending on the type of incontinence you are experiencing. Some common incontinence symptoms include the sudden urge to urinate, leaking urine when coughing or sneezing, frequent urination, and difficulty emptying the bladder. Some individuals may also experience fecal incontinence, which involves the accidental passing of stool or difficulty controlling bowel movements. Suppose you are experiencing any of these symptoms. Speaking with a pelvic physical therapist for proper evaluation and treatment is essential.


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Braintree, MA 02184


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