Physical Therapy Used To Treat Incontinence
According to the U.S. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, 80% of women who suffer from incontinence can be successfully treated without surgery or drugs.
Kelly Gerl, a physical therapist, pelvic health specialist says "My job is helping women to get acquainted with what their pelvic floor is and how to use it," said Gerl.
Read how Gerl helped Barb Strutz battle incontinence through physical therapy.
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