When we set out on our mission to tackle Stress Urinary Incontinence (that’s the not-so-fancy medical term for sneeze-pee), we started at the source.
Why is this still an unresolved issue for so many of us?
Pelvic Floor Health Research Findings
Armed with the latest research, we surveyed hundreds of women and we discovered three root issues:
Lack of awareness and education on pelvic floor health.
Solutions tend to be simplistic and offer only short term fixes (read: Kegels).
Expert care (read: physical therapy) requires inconvenient hours or travel, and it is unaffordable for many.
We also discovered that taking care of oneself is low on the priority list for most women and they take action only when the urine leaks become a severe life stopper.
Our team and collaborators have deep expertise in these areas and all share the mission to increase awareness about urinary incontinence and empower women to take charge of their pelvic floor health and well-being.
Our approach to pelvic floor health
HappySneeze is built on the following proven methods:
Integrative Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, including whole-body biomechanics, neural pathway creation, and myofascial release.
Visualization and cueing techniques used in Sensory Integration therapy to increase internal body awareness.
Behavioral psychology and more specifically, Habit Formation Theory, support our approach to integrating pelvic floor care into real life with Happy Tasks.