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Normal, healthy bladder (and bowel) habits in children

We’ve been talking a lot about helping children establish normal and healthy bladder habits, whether at school or home. But what exactly is normal? Let’s face it, there are many parents out there who do not practice healthy habits themselves! Once your child is “potty trained” and becomes more private about their potty time, you may feel a little out of the loop, making it harder to recognize problems children are having in the bathroom.

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Pediatric Incontinence and Physical Therapy Case Study

This is an interesting case study example of a successful physical therapy treatment for  pediatric daytime urinary incontinence/enuresis.  Bedwetting (nighttime or nocturnal enuresis) is often an issue with these kids as well and treatment from a trained pediatric pelvic physical therapist has been proven as a very effective way to  resolve these emotional and physical […]

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