Incontinence affects over 5 million Aussies!
About the ‘Laugh Without Leaking’ Campaign
From June 18-24 we internationally recognise Incontinence Week, and will be raising awareness right across the country.
We know that for many, leaking is no laughing matter. It affects people of all ages and genders.
Facts about Incontinence:
- It is NOT a normal part of ageing or motherhood
- It is NOT going to go away on its own
- It is NOT something many of us like to talk about…even to our own family, friends or doctor
Humour is a great way to break down these barriers and start a conversation that could change your life for the better.
The good news is most bladder, bowel and pelvic floor problems can be better treated, managed or even cured.
About World Continence Week 2018
There will be events, talks, displays and performances right across the country in the lead up to, as well as following, World Continence Week. Search for activities in your area.
You can now register your event or activity and receive a free continence kit that includes all the resources you need to start planning your activity.
From professional Netballers, 80 year old Grandmothers to prostate cancer survivors, read all about the inspiring stories that have overcome incontinence issues across Australia. Read more
Signs of a Incontinence:
- Leaking urine when you cough, sneeze, walk, run or play sport
- Difficulty controlling wind
- Internal heaviness or a dragging sensation
- Difficulty deferring the urge to pass urine or bowel motions
Pelvic Floor Physio
The Physiotherapists at SPHC may provide management and cures for incontinence issues. All incontinence problems, no matter how big or small, warrant attention to get the problem under control.
Our Pelvic Floor Physio Fees
Initial Consultation (allow 45 to 60 mins) – $88
Standard Consultation (allow 45 mins) – $84
Think You Might Have a Problem?
Join the Conversation
Join the “LaughWithoutLeaking conversation on social media to keep up-to-date with the latest news and tips leading up-to and during Incontinence Week.