Incontinence Therapy

Pelvic floor disorders occur when the muscles of the pelvic floor weaken or are damaged, which can occur from surgery including hysterectomy, childbirth (post-partum), or certain gynecological conditions. As a result of pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary incontinence often occurs.

Our compassionate team of board-certified gynecologists and nurse practitioners understand how uncomfortable you may feel discussing incontinence. Rest assured, our providers are discreet and comforting when it comes to explaining your treatment options.

Treatment for urinary incontinence depends on the type (stress, urge, overflow, or mixed), severity, and underlying cause. In many cases, pelvic floor exercises can help you strengthen pelvic floor muscles to control urinary urges. You may be familiar with Kegel exercises, but Kegels are only one type of pelvic floor strengthening exercise.

At Green & Urribarri, we are highly trained and skilled at treating incontinence with strengthening exercises. Our providers will show you how to "find" the right muscles and use them correctly. We recommend incontinence therapy exercises to treat pelvic floor disorders involving the bladder, uterus, bowels, and vagina. Your personalized exercise plan is covered by your insurance so you can restore pelvic health without worrying about cost.

It’s time to return to wellness without the worry and embarrassment of incontinence. Request an appointment online or call our Coral Springs, Florida gynecology office today at (954) 341-2916.

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