How Physical Therapy Can Help Treat Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence… it’s an uncomfortable topic for many of us, but it’s also a more common issue than you might realize.

More common in women than men, urinary incontinence can be caused by a number of different issues, including muscle weakness, caffeine intake, or other daily habits.

What it is not, though, is a state of over-hydration.

Don’t start drinking less water if you’re experiencing urinary incontinence.

In today’s webinar, our very own Washington DC physical therapist, Taylor Crossfield, presents on one of her areas of special interest – physical therapy for urinary incontinence.

Taylor is new to Capitol Physical Therapy, having moved to the DC area from Memphis in early 2020. However, she has many years of experience in physical therapy.

In today’s webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What causes stress incontinence, and a breathing technique to help relieve it
  • How to avoid “key in the door syndrome”
  • Simple habit changes that can help you avoid urge incontinence
  • What a healthy gap is between washroom visits
  • How physical therapy can treat nocturia
  • Questions to ask yourself about your incontinence habits

And much more.

To find out more about physical therapy treatments for urinary incontinence, visit one of the links below.

Capitol Physical Therapy
1331 H St NW #200,
Washington, DC 20005


9560 Pennsylvania Ave. # 202,
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772


Capitol Physical Therapy offers orthopedic and other pain related solutions, with our versitile team of physical therapists in Washington, DC