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Physiotherapy for Overactive Bladder

Physiotherapy for Overactive Bladder - How to prevent?

Physiotherapy for Overactive Bladder - Causes and Risk Factors

Physiotherapy for Overactive Bladder - Diagnosis

Physiotherapy for Overactive Bladder - Preparing for surgery

Physiotherapy for Overactive Bladder - Post-surgery care

Physiotherapy for Overactive Bladder - Other Information

The Role Of The Physiotherapist

The physiotherapist will assess your condition and review your 'bladder diary' (frequency-volume chart). This chart monitors your frequency of passing urine and the volume of urine passed each time and incontinence episodes. The physiotherapist will review you on a fortnightly interval to monitor progress. Based on the findings, your physiotherapist will prescribe therapy that best suits your needs. You can stop seeing the physiotherapist after you have achieved good bladder habits and do not have urinary leakage.

Rehabilitation Department

The Rehabilitation Department offers a wide range of therapy services for both women and children.

Our team of dedicated activity therapist, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech-language therapists strive to deliver high quality specialised services to all patients.


Physiotherapy is the first line of treatment for some urogynaecological conditions like urinary and pelvic organ prolapses. Physiotherapy treatment is safe and non-invasive and is an option before surgery is considered. Patients are often referred to the physiotherapist by the gynaecologist or urogynaecologist.

Here We Are

Rehabilitation Department is located on Basement One of the Children's Tower, KK Women's & Children Hospital.

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