PH101 Potty Issues with Kiddos

Fiona McMahon PT, DPT Did you know kids can suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction too? Pelvic floor dysfunction in children can result in pain, bladder holding or constipation, embarrassing soiling accidents, frequent nighttime accidents, as well as trouble going potty. For most kids, there is an underlying physical component that needs to be addressed by …

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Pediatric Pelvic Floor Therapy at BBPT

By Riva Preil Many children face challenges during the toilet training years.  Some children have difficulty with controlling urine flow during the day, and other children have difficulty remaining dry through the night (commonly referred to as bedwetters).  Both of these can affect the child’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being.  They might be embarrassed if …

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