Improve Bladder Control
ReTraining Program

Is this you, or someone you love or care for?

Making two or more trips to the bathroom at night ?

Having embarrassing bladder accidents?

Urinating too often during the day (more than 8 times)?

Rushing to the toilet because the urge to urinate is irresistible?

Bladder leaking with a cough, laugh or sneeze?

When your bladder is out of control,
your life can feel out of control.

If you are looking to find ways to help improve bladder control,

Dr. Kim Bell, DPT may help with her Improve Bladder Control Re-Training Program.





This multimedia e-course teaches you to improve bladder control with an evidence-based exercise program specifically designed to reduce leaking bladder, embarrassing accidents and nighttime trips to the bathroom by exercising the muscles that control bladder.

You will also learn basics about bladder health, common bladder problems, and normal aging of the bladder to help you understand how to better take care of yourself and your loved ones – so you can live life to the fullest!

If you take time to improve bladder control, it only makes sense that your stress and worry will decrease.

Most patients are not even aware that bladder problems can be improved, especially if others in their family accept a leaking bladder as a “normal” part of aging.

Dr. Kimberley Bell, DPT


women holding her bladder looking to improve bladder controlDo you or someone you love or care for want to avoid embarrassment, be free to leave the house, get a better night’s sleep and reduce falls during nighttime bathroom trips and overall improve bladder control?

Many people avoid drinking water to prevent embarrassing accidents, which can cause dehydration, dizziness upon standing and chronic bladder infections.

Specifically, weakness in the muscles that control the bladder can cause leaking – or loss of control – of the urine stream.

Leaking bladder can cause falls in advanced age, making this an urgent problem for older people to directly address sooner rather than later. The risk of falling, fracturing and nursing home placement is higher when bladder problems go unaddressed!

Cat under toilet paper - improve bladder control
Benefits* of this program that many patients have reported and experienced include:

Fewer trips to the toilet at night allowing improved sleep quality

Fewer urine leaks during the day

Less fear about embarrassing bladder accidents

Improved ability to “wait” to urinate once the “urge to go” is felt

More freedom to enjoy social activities

Improved sexual function and enhanced sexual pleasure


Improve bladder control and your quality of life today with this evidence-based program!

*Results of this program vary between individuals and are not guaranteed.

Module 1Introduction and Program Overview
Unit 1Video: Bladder Retraining Program Overview 
Unit 2Handout: Exploring the Unspoken: Incontinence 
Module 2Bladder Retraining Fundamentals
Unit 1Handout: Bladder Retraining Concepts: Yes, You Can! 
Module 3Bladder Retraining Exercise Program
Unit 1Video: Instructional Video for Bladder Control Exercises 1 & 2 
Unit 2Handout: Photo-Enhanced Instructions for Evidence-based Bladder Control Exercise Program 
Unit 3Audio-file: Verbal Instructions for Bladder Control Exercises 1 & 2 
Unit 4Audio-file: Verbal Instructions for Bladder Control Exercises 3 & 4 
Module 4Tools for Success
Unit 1Handout: Goal Setting 
Unit 2Handout: Self-Reflection Worksheet 
Unit 3Handout: Personal Exercise Journal 
Unit 4Handout: Daily Bladder Log 
Unit 5Handout: Trouble-Shooting 
Module 5Quiz: Improve Bladder Control Re-Training Program
Unit 1Quiz: Improve Bladder Control Re-Training Program 



About Dr. Kim Bell, DPT

About Dr. Kim Bell, DPT

Dr. Kim Bell, DPT, is an internationally recognized dynamic thought leader in healthcare. She is promoting best practices and improved quality of life for patients who are suffering with dizziness, vertigo and imbalance or unexplained repeated falls. After an eleven year period of caregiving for her grandparents and suffering with intermittent vertigo herself for most of her life, she has realized that the status quo simply is not good enough. She has created her unique, comprehensive methodology “The Bell Method®,” to reduce the suffering of those with dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, normal aging, foot neuropathy, incontinence and unexplained repeated falls.

Limitations, Contra-indications and Precautions:

The results of this program vary between individuals and are not guaranteed. Be sure to always seek medical advice from your physician before starting any new exercise program.

> This bladder retraining program is for people with mild to moderate bladder control problems.

> Types of urinary incontinence that may benefit from this course include: stress, urgency or mixed.

> The exercises in this course are to address problems with urine storage including incontinence, increased frequency of urination during the day and at night, and increased urgency of urination.

> This course does not specifically address voiding symptoms including hesitancy, slow stream, splitting, spraying, intermittent stream hesitancy, straining, incomplete emptying or dribble at the end of your urine stream.

> This course will not fix pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, bladder outlet obstruction, bladder pain syndrome (pain, pressure, discomfort more than 6 weeks), urinary tract infection, bladder cancer or fecal incontinence.

> Patients with recent hernia surgery, pelvic fracture, and pelvic pain have complained of increased pain during the exercises in this course.

> If an enlarged prostate in causing the problem, the prostate needs to be treated medically or surgically first. Then the bladder can be retrained with the exercises included in this course.

> People with urinary retention, difficulty with urination, pain with urination or prolapsed bladder would benefit from consulting a Urologist (Medical Doctor) and/ or a Physical Therapist specializing in women’s health.

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