Gynecology and women: Incontinence


Around 500,000 Danes have a problem with incontinence. There are many types of incontinence but stress incontinence is most typical and mostly affects women, is an inability to hold urine during activities such as laughing, coughing, sneezing or exercise. Urge incontinence is a very sudden urge to urinate and you cannot hold it long enough to reach the toilet. It is often seen in the elderly.



  • Pregnancy and childbirth
  • Weakened pelvic floor and bladder muscles
  • Scar tissue
  • Overweight
  • Age

The treatment will consist of


  • Work with the connective tissue in the abdominal region. Stimulation of this tissue can reduce the stiffness and mobility of the organ but also improve the function of joints
  • Work on the mobility of the pelvis and back
  • Improve blood circulation in the area
  • Work with the spine and nervous system
  • Mental relaxation to reduce stress levels in the body
  • Guidance in training is also very important, so you can learn to squeeze the muscles correctly

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