Promoting Healthy Bowel and Bladder Function in Kids So That They Can Be as Independent as Possible
In my work with pelvic health issues many of my clients tell me that they wish their parents had understood more about their problems with constipation and urinary incontinence. I frequently hear, "How come no one taught me how to do this?"
Do you or someone you know have a child who is having problems with their bowerls or bladders that keeps them home from school or unable to go to fun activities?
Are you worried because your child has frequent stomach aches and strains for a bowerl movement?
Is your child anxious and not wanting to leave you or your home because they are afraid they'll wet their pants?
Do you wonder how you can help your child so that they are creating good bathroom habits?
If you've answered "YES!" to any of these questions, then this free report is for you!
A Special Message from Pelvic Health Specialist Nancy Branberg, PT
As a parent, I understand the worry when it comes to taking care of the kids and teaching them how to do things on their own. If you're anything like I am, you may wake up concerned that you aren't doing enough to help your child grow up and be their best, independent self.
I created this guide to assist you in helping your child when it comes to all things with the bowel and bladder.
You will learn:
- What is normal when it comes to peeing and pooping
- What 5 signs to look for to know your child is ready to potty train
- The 4 things that your child needs to be able to do to be potty trained
- The 4 things you can do to set the stage for success
- The 4 things you can start working on today to help your child
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