Pelvic Floor Pathway - Patient Information
Pelvic Floor Disorders
Urinary incontinence (leaking urine) and vaginal prolapse are very common conditions for women. These conditions are not life-threatening, but they may affect your quality of life. If symptoms are interfering with your work or personal life, you may want to consider treatment.
Use the resources below to learn more about incontinence and prolapse, and what options are available to you. Tell your doctor or nurse practitioner about your problem, and ask them about treatment options, or referral to the Pelvic Floor Pathway for more information.
About Incontinence and Vaginal Prolapse
An overview of symptoms and treatment options, including helpful decision charts (order printed copies). Find information sheets from sections of the booklet below.
Information for Women About Incontinence and Prolapse
This video outlines the causes of incontinence and prolapse, as well as options for treatment.
An Introduction to Overactive Bladder (OAB)
Understanding Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)
- Your Body after Baby
- Physical Therapy
- Physical Therapists Offering Pelvic Floor Therapy or visit www.saskphysio.org/find-a-physiotherapist and search for “pelvic floor dysfunction” under Conditions Treated
- Nurse Practitioners Trained in Pessary Care
- Medications for Urge Incontinence
- Pessary for Vaginal Prolapse or Stress Incontinence
- Surgery for Stress Incontinence
- Surgery for Vaginal Prolapse
Pelvic Floor Muscle Training
Multimedia presentations require the latest version of Adobe Flash. You will also require speakers or headphones.
Comments or Suggestions?
We welcome your feedback on the Pelvic Floor Pathway and the resources provided for patients.
Use the Feedback link at the bottom of any page, email using "Pelvic Floor" in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you about ways we can improve outcomes for patients and enable health providers to provide the best possible health advice.