EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES

​Research shows that animated biofeedback helps teach children how to relax ​their pelvic muscles so they can empty their bowel and bladder completely.

Ladi-Seyedian 2015, Chang 2015, Hoebeke 2011

Ebilogu 2016

TREATMENT

  • pelvic floor muscle visual evaluation and treatment (no internal assessment)

  • a bladder schedule to improve bladder habits, education on bladder function and its relationship to the pelvic floor muscles

  • biofeedback of the pelvic floor muscles to relearn how to relax and improve muscle function

  • home exercise program

I feel like a weight that has been on me is lifted...I can do sleepovers now.  I feel more independent...

B.L., Age 11

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