Pelvic Floor Pathway
Pelvic floor disorders
Urinary incontinence (leaking urine) and vaginal prolapse (vaginal bulge) 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 activities, 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, nurse practitioner, or midwife about your problem, and ask them about treatment options, or referral to the Pelvic Floor Pathway for more information.
Booklet and video
This booklet and video offer an overview of symptoms and treatment options including helpful decision charts. A paper copy can be requested at your assessment appointment.
Please read the booklet 'Information for Women About Incontinence and Vaginal Prolapse' AND watch the video below to prepare for your assessment.
Information for women about incontinence and prolapse
Care for incontinence and prolapse can be provided by physicians, nurse practitioners, medical specialists, pelvic health physical therapists, or the Saskatchewan Pelvic Floor Pathway clinics. Check with your health-care provider to find the right option for your situation.
The Saskatchewan Pelvic Floor Pathway offers education, assessment and treatment of incontinence and prolapse for Saskatchewan women. Our referral form must be completed by a physician, nurse practitioner, or midwife.
Contact the Saskatchewan Pelvic Floor Pathway