U for Urgency Does this sound familiar? If it does you may be experiencing urinary urgency!
Urinary urgency is when the bladder and brain are not working well together. This means the bladder is frequently telling the brain we need to go even if the bladder is not completely full.
How can I manage this? Certain things irritate our bladder and contribute to urinary urgency. These include dehydration, caffeine or acidic drinks. We can also distract our bladder with urge delay techniques. One example is doing calf raises as soon as we get that urge.
You can also talk to a pelvic health physiotherapist at EPA! We will work with you to help you achieve "mind over bladder". #pelvicphysiotherapy #NPM2019 #PhysioCanHelp #PhysioHelpsLives ... See MoreSee Less
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Attention Minor Youth Sport Organizations:
Sometime ago we sent a link encouraging coaches, parents and players to participate in what is known as the free MOOC – Massive Online Open Concussion Course produced in conjunction with the University of Calgary.
We have been reviewing the modules, and wanted to share a video which we think would be great to share with your parents and coaches. The link below summarizes the latest evidence-based recommendations for return to activity/sport. We really liked it as it gave some nice practical examples for returning to practices that coaches in particular might find useful