Urinary Control Disorder
UCD is a common condition which often occurs due to childbirth, aging, hormonal changes, surgery, chronic cough, or prostate-related issues. This occurs when the pelvic floor muscles are weak and are unable to support bladder control
Common symptoms include stress incontinence, frequent urination, urinary leakage while coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercising. Treatment starts with rapid strengthening of the pelvic floor.
Orchard Clinic’s method combines our proprietary physical therapy programme with the latest FDA-approved advanced medical technology to stimulate pelvic floor contractions. Your consultant will tailor the protocol according to strengthen or relax your pelvic floor depending on your condition.
What is Urinary Control Disorder?
Urinary Control Disorder (UCD) is also known as urinary incontinence, involuntary urination, weak bladder control, oris any uncontrolled leakage of urine. It is a common and distressing problem, which may have a large impact on quality of life. UCD occurs when the pelvic floor muscles are weak and unable to support healthy bladder control.
What are some of the symptoms of UCD?
You may have UCD if you:
- need to take frequent day or night bathroom breaks
- urinate more than 6-8 times in a day
- leak urine when you sneeze, cough or exercise
- avoid exercise due to urinary incontinence
- avoid drinking water to avoid bathroom visits
- feel a loss of confidence due to urinary incontinence
- use hygiene pads or adult incontinence products
Treat Urinary Control Disorder for Women
of females face urinary incontinence
women aged 30-59 have experienced urinary leakage
do not seek help
Treat Urinary Control Disorder for Men
of men face urinary incontinence
men who had prostate surgery suffer from UCD
do not seek help
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Orchard Clinic is a specialised centre combining advanced medical technology and physical conditioning to help clients achieve healthy, pain-free lifestyles.