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Pediatric Enuresis Treatment

Download: Exercise Guide, Log, & Tracker to Solve Pediatric Day & Bed Wetting

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Amy Graber PT, DPT
Kendall Cunningham PT, DPT

Wet No More: A Parent's Guide to Pediatric Day and Night Wetting

Pediatric Enuresis Treatment: Actionable Steps to Start Solving Day & Night Wetting

Created by pediatric pelvic floor physical therapist, this guide includes practical tactics and professional guidance to help your child with enuresis treatment. Give yourself the tools to empower your child to overcome urine incontinence!

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Day & Night Wetting Frequently Asked Questions

Is wetting the bed normal? Is daytime wetting normal?

Yes, bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis) and daytime wetting (diurnal enuresis) can be normal in children, especially in younger ones. Bedwetting is common in children under five and decreases as they grow older, with occasional accidents being normal. Daytime wetting can also occur occasionally, but persistent wetting beyond age five may indicate an underlying issue and should be evaluated by a healthcare professional.

If you are looking for a place to start with enuresis treatment, our team of physical therapists, including a pediatric pelvic floor specialist, developed this guide for enuresis treatment in children. The guide is intended for children 5 and up.

When should I seek medical help for day or bed wetting?

While occasional incidents of wetting are normal, persistent day and night wetting beyond the age of five may warrant medical attention. 

To start enuresis treatment today, download our guide created by pediatric pelvic floor specialist physical therapist.  The guide also includes yellow and red flags, highlighting crucial signs indicating when additional support may be necessary, ensuring timely intervention and peace of mind. 

Why is physical therapy a good approach for enuresis treament?

Pediatric pelvic floor physical therapy can help with day and night wetting by addressing underlying musculoskeletal issues, such as pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, that may contribute to urinary incontinence. Through specialized exercises and techniques tailored to children’s needs, pelvic floor physical therapy aims to strengthen and coordinate the pelvic floor muscles, improve bladder control, and promote proper voiding habits.

This approach is often considered the best because it offers a non-invasive, holistic treatment option that targets the root cause of urinary incontinence in children. Unlike medications or surgical interventions, pediatric pelvic floor physical therapy focuses on empowering children to regain control over their bladder function through education, exercise, and behavioral modification. Additionally, it can be customized to each child’s unique needs and preferences, making it a highly personalized and effective treatment option for day and night wetting.

If you are looking for more support beyond this step-by-step guide, we offer telehealth consultations with our pediatric pelvic floor physical therapist. Click here to check availability and schedule a virtual visit.

About The Team & Guide

Why this eBook is Different

Unlike other guides, our guide is written by experts in pediatric physical therapy with lots of experience in helping with day and night wetting issues in children. It’s easy to use during your child’s busy day and helps solve wetting issues by addressing all contributing factors.  

Say goodbye to endless laundry and endless research on managing day and night wetting—start with our interactive guide today! 

What age is appropriate

Urinary continence is a complex skill for children. Well-established toileting skills take time to learn and develop. For this reason, we recommend allowing your child time to build good habits with urinating. If you are noticing your child continues to have concerns at 5 years of age OR 2 years after introducing independent toileting skills, this would indicate the need for support or intervention. Generally, this guide is appropriate for 5 years and up.

Start Enuresis Treatment with Your Child Today!

By downloading our guide on enuresis treatment for children, you’ll be setting your little one up for success and promoting healthy bladder habits every step of the way. Our strategies are fun, safe, effective, and easy to follow!

About Us

Fit Family Physical Therapy is here to help! We created the ultimate guide for enuresis treatment (day & bed wetting). 

Addressing pediatric day and bedwetting is important for promoting the physical, emotional, and social well-being of your child! It also helps foster healthy family dynamics and address any underlying issues that may be contributing to wetting.

If you need additional support or want one-on-one guidance, we offer telehealth consultations to address and treat these concerns.  You can check availability here.

If you or someone you know has questions about pediatric pelvic floor physical therapy or infant milestones, reach out to us at Fit Family Physical Therapy with questions! We are happy to help! We can help answer questions, evaluate and provide custom treatment plans for any pediatric physical therapy concerns.

This PDF download includes a roadmap to solving day and night wetting in children including exercises with pictures and detailed instructions, activity tracker, bladder log, and more to help empower your family!

Download today!

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Telehealth consultations available

We offer one-on-one pediatric physical therapy support through our telehealth consultations. We provide custom treatment plans for your child and family with home exercises and education to empower your family.

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