Abdominal weakness, prostate problems, childbirth, constipation, and other factors can cause incontinence in men and women. Urinary incontinence can happen to anyone. Bladder leakage can be embarrassing and uncomfortable to discuss, so working with a trained professional can be very beneficial. Physical therapists can help treat urinary incontinence. There are a variety of causes and types of urinary incontinence. This affects children (pediatrics), teenagers, and adults. Pelvic floor physical therapy is the first-line treatment to improve urinary incontinence or any urinary leaking. People have often tried Kegel's, but there is so much more that can and often needs to be done.