Kegels not cutting it? They aren’t the only option for treating incontinence

A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine in April found that behavioral therapies beat medication for treatment. 

“I want more people to know that there is help for UI that isn’t surgery, drugs or diapers,” says Sarah J. Haag, a specialist in women’s health physical therapy and author of Understanding and Treating Incontinence.

Read the article at considerable.com

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