Urology Blogs by Linda Adams

Linda AdamsAbout the author

Linda Adams, LVN, has dedicated her career to helping patients take control of their incontinence for the past 20 years. In addition to crafting individualized care for her patients, Linda also works to increase awareness and knowledge of continence through classes held at both Pacific Urology and in the greater community.

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Daily Workout – Kegels are Easy

The first line of treatment and defense against urinary incontinence is the Kegel technique. Kegel exercises can help to strengthen the pelvic floor and create needed tension to avoid to urinary mishaps.

A New Year, A New You

When you are making your 2015 resolutions, whether it is eating healthier, losing weight, exercising more or in general taking better care of yourself, don’t forget about your bladder and pelvic floor.

Improve Bladder Control

When you are unable to control the muscles in your pelvic floor to have a bowel movement it is called pelvic floor dysfunction. It is not “normal” and should not be considered a normal part of the aging process.

Women, Don’t Forget to Exercise!

Experts estimate that 70 percent of runners will deal with an injury at some point. While many of these injuries are minor, like shin splints, others are much more serious like planter fasciitis and runner’s knee.

Is My Pee Normal?

Take this helpful quiz from WedMD to find out if your pee is normal. Once finished, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.