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Urinary Incontinence Physiotherapy for Women with Stress: A Review Article | Original Article

P. Yashwanth Kumar*, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


This research aims to expose physiotherapists to an assessment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) as well as potential avoidance functions of women with SUI. The aim of this study is to understand by analysing the published field studies the pelvic floor muscle structure and its implications for physical therapy. A number of databases have been scanned for publications dealing with SUI physiotherapy, including the Cochrane Bibliothèque, Medline and CINAHL. The papers in our datasets indicate that greater development in SUI occurs while women undergo at least three months of controlled exercise. If the practise regimen is focused on such principles such as strength, durations, physical tasks and the place where the workout for pelvic floor muscles is carried out, the efficacy of the physiotherapy therapy is enhanced. Clinically helpful and appropriate methods for certain women with SUI may even be biofeedback and electric stimulation. We agreed that each patient can personalise his or her physiotherapy schedule and provide traditional physiotherapy procedures.