Prolapsed Bladder Treatment

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If You Have A Prolapsed Bladder, You Know Exactly How Debilitating It Can Be.  Simple Day-To-Day Movements Can Be Challenging, If Not Impossible, To Perform.

  • Walking in the grocery store

  • Carrying awkward loads

  • Going up and down stairs

  • Or even bending forward or squatting

Nearly every movement you do during the day is affected by a prolapsed bladder, and your quality of life can spiral downward if left untreated.

Maybe your pain started out of the blue or was caused by an accident or fall…

Either way, DON’T fall for the trap of simply ignoring this and…hoping it will go away on its own.

Wishful thinking is not a viable game plan!

Prolapsed Bladder Is One of THE Most Common Complaints I See At My Practice…

Prolapsed Bladder TreatmentAnd it will NOT simply vanish on their own.

If you have a prolapse bladder, you need answers…

“When will this going away?”
“Is this pain going to be permanent?”
“How can I get my daily function back?”

We hear from patients on a daily basis who have gone to their primary physicians for help, only to be told to take some painkillers and “see how it goes”.

Instead of putting a proven treatment plan together, you start to believe your back pain is just a part of your life you have to accept.

Your new “normal”…

STOP!

Who Am I & Why Should You Listen To Me?

Dr. Jenna Stasi Prolapsed Bladder SpecialistHello! My name is Dr. Jenna Stasi.

Here at Back In Motion Sport & Spinal Physical Therapy, we are very familiar with the treatment for diastasis recti.

While Pelvic Physical Therapy may not hold all the answers, for a significant percentage of men and women, the results can be life-changing.

“Studies have shown that 53% of women who have a diastasis recti during pregnancy, will have a diastasis following childbirth. Of that same group, 36% remained abnormally wide at 5-7 weeks postpartum.”

  • Source: Boissonnault & Blashak (1988)

Once other possible causes of pain or problems have been ruled out, pelvic physical therapy should be considered..

Who Am I & Why Should You Listen To Me?

Dr. Jenna Stasi Prolapsed Bladder Specialist

Hello! My name is Dr. Jenna Stasi.

Here at Back In Motion Sport & Spinal Physical Therapy, we are very familiar with the treatment for diastasis recti.

While Pelvic Physical Therapy may not hold all the answers, for a significant percentage of men and women, the results can be life-changing.

“Studies have shown that 53% of women who have a diastasis recti during pregnancy, will have a diastasis following childbirth. Of that same group, 36% remained abnormally wide at 5-7 weeks postpartum.”

  • Source: Boissonnault & Blashak (1988)

Once other possible causes of pain or problems have been ruled out, pelvic physical therapy should be considered..

Here Are Some Traps Patients With A Prolapsed Bladder Fall Into….

  • You thought that if you waited long enough, it would diminish and go away.

  • You were told a prolapsed bladder is just a part of life and that you just have to deal with it.

  • You looked for help online, but the exercises you found didn’t help…or even made things worse!

  • You tried other treatments—but nothing changed at all, and you ended up wasting money and time.

  • You figured you could just rest for a while, thinking it would calm down, but not only did it not go away, you felt like life was just passing you by while you sat around waiting….

As you know by now, none of these approaches work…and the fact that you’ve tried them is actually a good thing…

You’re taking action.

You’re not going to accept your prolapsed bladder as permanent ,and you realize there MUST be a solution.

And the best part is, you’re right!

Discover How A Thing Called Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Can Help Your Prolapsed Bladder….

Did you know that you have pelvic floor muscles that form a “sling” and help hold up your bladder and other female organs?

Sometimes, granted, these muscles become so weak that your bladder and other female parts will sink down or even fall out of your vagina.

I know this may be scary and really slow you down from enjoying your active lifestyle.

Prolapsed BladderBut the good news is that you can get better and fixing the strength of these muscles may be the solution you’ve been looking for…

As an expert in treating prolapsed bladder dysfunction, I can assure you that you can get better but you just haven’t had the RIGHT treatment yet.

Strengthening of your pelvic floor muscles is the answer!

If any of this clicked with you, isn’t it time you reached out to the prolapse bladder expert?

I’ll get on the phone with you and explain what can be done and hear more about your story.

The call is 100% FREE!

You do NOT have any obligation to work with us beyond the phone call.

I understand how much a prolapse bladder disrupts your life and we simply want you to start feeling “normal” again, so we’ll provide a list of recommendations right there on your initial call.

Before We Even Speak On The Phone, What Steps Can You Take TODAY To Take Control Of Your Prolapsed Bladder?

  • First you need to commit to a proper game plan! Don’t let another 6 months or a year go by and do nothing. The longer you wait, the more you start to accept this as your new “normal”. This is a common—and dangerous—mistake.

  • Find a practice that uses the most current, proven techniques. Our understanding of back pain has evolved tremendously over the years. But many therapists and even many physicians have not kept up with the advances. Be sure to reach out to industry leaders.

  • Passive approaches like rest and painkillers will not fix your prolapsed bladder! If your quality of life, your work and even relationships are being impacted by your condition, working with a “hands on” pelvic floor physical therapist can get you back on the right path faster than you can imagine.

What’s Your Next Step, And What You Can Expect When You Come In Your Coming Visits With Me At BIM Sport & Spine Physical Therapy?

  • Within just a few short sessions, we can usually start making progress and seeing improvement.

  • We can pinpoint the true cause of your issue—often in less than 20 minutes—so you finally have concrete answers about the source of your prolapsed bladder.

  • Sleep plays a huge role in your recovery and we can give you peace of mind that you’re on the right course back to your active and healthy lifestyle. This will quickly accelerate your recovery.

  • Our treatment will help you avoid a high-risk surgery. Surgery that, in far too many cases, does nothing to provide relief and doesn’t get to the root cause of your prolapsed bladder.

  • If you’re taking painkillers, we’ll get you off them. In no time at all, you’ll be feeling “normal” again and on the path to drug-free good health!

  • Finally, we’ll help you sit, stand, and walk without dropping your bladder again. Your quality of life will skyrocket as you start to see and feel your returning to your “normal” self again.

It all starts with a phone call…

If you’d like to discuss your personalized treatment plan, and get answers to questions about cost, insurance coverage, time frames and more, we urge you to take advantage of your FREE, no-obligation phone call with a member of our Pelvic Physical Therapy Team!

Let’s Talk About My Prolapsed Bladder!

It’s possible you’ve tried solutions and treatments in the past that produced ZERO results. As a result, you may be skeptical about everything we’ve just discussed.

I understand.

So, before you call for a free consultation, I want you to know that you’re not alone and this is something that can and will get better but you need to take the first step:

Let’s Talk About My Prolapsed Bladder!

Committed to your health,

Dr. Jenna Stasi

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Ready To Get Started? 

Hit the orange button below to arrange a
call back or call us directly
at 239-223-0484

Let’s Talk About My Pelvic Pain!

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