The most common form is stress Urinary Incontinence, which is loss of urine on effort or physical exertion (e.g. sporting activities) or on coughing or sneezing. Urinary Incontinence is distressing and socially disruptive. It may be the cause of personal health and hygiene problems. It is widely understood that UI is a sensitive health issue & many women delay treatment for many years due to embarrassment or shame. Women may believe that UI is inevitable after childbirth or with advancing age and may not be aware of treatment options. Physiotherapy is clinically effective.


At SHRC, we provide training & strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles with an advanced technique that can gently strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.


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