Our Treatment Approach

Our program is the #1 Doctor-Referred treatment for permanently ending bedwetting–for good reason.  It’s due to the groundbreaking “therapist-assisted” approach we’ve been providing to families around the world for nearly five decades with The Bedwetting Cure™.

How we’re able to offer real help is by getting to the source of the issue:  An inherited deep sleep disorder.  In doing so, we permanently end bedwetting, and we end the frustration that comes with it.

Here’s what families in our care receive:

  • Our specialized treatment elements delivered to their home
  • An individualized plan of action + a personal therapist to manage the plan
  • Our protocol for creating a healthy pattern of sleep
  • Our conditioning techniques for the bladder and the pelvic floor

The Process

We begin by sending to you a discreetly marked package containing all of the elements you’ll need to engage the process from home.  Then we partner you with one of our treatment therapists on staff.  They’ll introduce you to the targeted course of treatment aimed at developing a healthy pattern of sleep.

The plan will be tailored to meet your child’s needs.  Each patient’s plan must be individualized due to the nature of the process–correcting a disordered sleep pattern.  Your therapist will closely monitor the sleep pattern’s progressive adaptation, and make changes accordingly to ensure we remain on course.

Treatment is carried out by phone between you and your therapist.  They tailor the protocol, eliminate guesswork, and provide you with full support during the entire journey.  Communication and consistency are the cornerstones.

Once your child completes the program, they’ll naturally achieve healthy sleep every night–for the first time–and wake up in a dry bed every morning–for life! 

Important Note:  Self-help is not a viable option for this condition.  Expert modifications are necessary when training the brain for proper sleep.

The Length Of Time

The average length of treatment is typically six months, with the final two months being the most important of all.  This is the “over-learning” phase.  Your child will likely be dry within an average of four months, yet we need to implement our exclusive over-learning phase before we graduate anybody from our care. 

This is what guarantees that the new and healthy pattern of sleep has been permanently established.  It’s an extremely important part of the equation.  The overall length of treatment is contingent upon consistency of implementation, age of the bedwetter, and frequency of bedwetting episodes. 

Important Note:  We need enough time to work with teen patients before they leave for college.  We recommend you call no later than junior year of high school to have a buffer for timely completion.  The younger the age of the patient, the faster they complete the program.

The Pivotal Factors Of Treatment

With nearly five decades of experience, we’ve narrowed down what’s needed to end bedwetting to these pivotal factors:

Sleep Pattern Correction –  This is the central focus of our program.  Said simply, we take an unhealthy sleep pattern, and develop a healthy one.  Said scientifically, we develop a neural pathway in the brain which “accepts” the healthy sleep pattern. 

Your child’s treatment plan is tailored to ensure their brain responds properly.  No two plans of care are alike.  Each of our patients is the beneficiary of our non-invasive method of cognitive training, and the successful end result is permanent. 

We recommend you visit The Underlying Sleep Disorder page here to learn more about the disordered pattern causing bedwetting to continue year after year.

Brain-Bladder Reconnection – The brain and bladder must communicate in order for the bedwetting to stop completely.  For the bedwetter, there is a disconnect between them due to the depth of their sleep.  As we change the pattern, the connection between the brain and bladder grows stronger.  You begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel as the bedwetting begins to taper off.  Once the new and healthy sleep pattern is established, the brain and bladder automatically connect as designed.  Then the bedwetting is history!

Bladder DevelopmentThe bladder tends to lose the capacity to grow or be strong enough because of the involuntarily emptying at night.  Therefore, improvement is needed to enable the bladder to hold urine in it all night long.  Otherwise, once the bedwetting is eliminated, their now healthy sleep will be interrupted by multiple trips to the bathroom.  We also know that if the bladder remains underdeveloped, it will cause them to have more frequent needs to urinate during the day.  As such, we’ve developed an exercise specifically targeted to ensure proper bladder capacity.

Pelvic Floor Strengthening The pelvic floor muscle of the bladder tends to weaken because it’s not being utilized at night.  This can lead to daytime urinary issues like rushing to the bathroom, leaking, or accidents. This also includes bowel challenges like constipation.  Implementing a specific exercise, we ensure the muscle is strong and sensitive enough to not only eliminate and/or prevent the above daytime challenges, but it’s also to make certain that once we’ve eliminated the bedwetting, there isn’t any leaking occurring in the night due to a weakened muscle.

What does NOT cause bedwetting?

  • Psychological irregularities
  • Physiological challenges
  • Fluid consumption
  • Toilet training mistakes
  • A missing hormone
  • An underdeveloped bladder
  • Constipation
  • Poor diet
  • Laziness

What does NOT cure bedwetting?

  • Medication
  • Pull-ups or Goodnites
  • Alarms by themselves
  • Mats, pads & bracelets
  • Restricting fluids
  • Changes in diet
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Constipation therapy
  • Rewards or punishment
  • Chiropractic adjustments
  • Removal of tonsils & adenoids
  • Awakening in the night for trips to the bathroom

All of these attempts to cure bedwetting only scratch the surface, or have no relationship to proper treatment whatsoever.  That’s why families try these things and either see no results, or they’re only temporary ones.  Money and time were wasted; disappointment and discouragement were the only outcomes.

Be informed about the Top Five Methods That Don’t Work by clicking here.

Our Invitation To You

We invite you to reach out to us for an informational conversation to answer your preliminary questions, and provide you with some relief knowing there’s real help.  At that time, you may wish to schedule your First Step Consultation.  No obligation.  Ask about our limited-time 30% discount.

A dry bed every morning is within reach when you take The First Step here

Questions? Request A Call

Your information is private and secured.

Our Treatment Approach

Our program is the #1 Doctor-Referred treatment for permanently ending bedwetting–for good reason.  It’s due to the groundbreaking “therapist-assisted” approach we’ve been providing to families around the world for nearly five decades with The Bedwetting Cure™.

How we’re able to offer real help is by getting to the source of the issue:  An inherited deep sleep disorder.  In doing so, we permanently end bedwetting, and we end the frustration that comes with it.

Here’s what families in our care receive:

  • Our specialized treatment elements delivered to their home
  • An individualized plan of action + a personal therapist to manage the plan
  • Our protocol for creating a healthy pattern of sleep
  • Our conditioning techniques for the bladder and the pelvic floor

The Process

We begin by sending to you a discreetly marked package containing all of the elements you’ll need to engage the process from home.  Then we partner you with one of our expert therapists on staff.  They’ll introduce you to the targeted course of treatment aimed at developing a healthy pattern of sleep.

The plan will be tailored to meet your child’s needs.  Each patient’s plan must be individualized due to the nature of the process–correcting a disordered sleep pattern.  Your therapist will closely monitor the sleep pattern’s progressive adaptation, and make changes accordingly to ensure we remain on course.

Treatment is carried out by phone between you and your therapist.  They tailor the protocol, eliminate guesswork, and provide you with full support during the entire journey.  Communication and consistency are the cornerstones.

Once your child completes the program, they’ll naturally achieve healthy sleep every night–for the first time–and wake up in a dry bed every morning–for life! 

Important Note:  Self-help is not a viable option for this condition.  Expert modifications are necessary when training the brain for proper sleep.

The Length Of Time

The average length of treatment is typically six months, with the final two months being the most important of all.  This is the “over-learning” phase.  Your child will likely be dry within an average of four months, yet we need to implement our exclusive over-learning phase before we graduate anybody from our care.

This is what guarantees that the new and healthy pattern of sleep has been permanently established.  It’s an extremely important part of the equation.  The overall length of treatment is contingent upon consistency of implementation, age of the bedwetter, and frequency of bedwetting episodes.

Important Note:  We need enough time to work with teen patients before they leave for college.  We recommend you call no later than junior year of high school to have a buffer for timely completion.  The younger the age of the patient, the faster they complete the program.

The Pivotal Factors Of Treatment

With nearly five decades of experience, we’ve narrowed down what’s needed to end bedwetting to these pivotal factors:

Sleep Pattern Correction –  This is the central focus of our program.  Said simply, we take an unhealthy sleep pattern, and develop a healthy one.  Said scientifically, we develop a neural pathway in the brain which “accepts” the healthy sleep pattern. 

Your child’s treatment plan is tailored to ensure their brain responds properly.  No two plans of care are alike.  Each of our patients is the beneficiary of our non-invasive method of cognitive training, and the successful end result is permanent. 

We recommend you visit The Underlying Sleep Disorder page here to learn more about the disordered pattern causing bedwetting to continue year after year.

Brain-Bladder Reconnection – The brain and bladder must communicate in order for the bedwetting to stop completely.  For the bedwetter, there is a disconnect between them due to the depth of their sleep.  As we change the pattern, the connection between the brain and bladder grows stronger.  You begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel as the bedwetting begins to taper off.  Once the new and healthy sleep pattern is established, the brain and bladder automatically connect as designed.  Then the bedwetting is history!

Bladder Development – The bladder tends to lose the capacity to grow or be strong enough because of the involuntarily emptying at night.  Therefore, improvement is needed to enable the bladder to hold urine in it all night long.  Otherwise, once the bedwetting is eliminated, their now healthy sleep will be interrupted by multiple trips to the bathroom.  We also know that if the bladder remains underdeveloped, it will cause them to have more frequent needs to urinate during the day.  As such, we’ve developed an exercise specifically targeted to ensure proper bladder capacity.

Pelvic Floor Strengthening The pelvic floor muscle of the bladder tends to weaken because it’s not being utilized at night.  This can lead to daytime urinary issues like rushing to the bathroom, leaking, or accidents.  This also includes bowel challenges like constipation.  Implementing a specific exercise, we ensure the muscle is strong and sensitive enough to not only eliminate and/or prevent the above daytime challenges, but it’s also to make certain that once we’ve eliminated the bedwetting, there isn’t any leaking occurring in the night due to a weakened muscle.

What does NOT cause bedwetting?

  • Psychological irregularities
  • Physiological challenges
  • Fluid consumption
  • Toilet training mistakes
  • A missing hormone
  • An underdeveloped bladder
  • Constipation
  • Poor diet
  • Laziness

What does NOT cure bedwetting?

  • Medication
  • Pull-ups or Goodnites
  • Alarms by themselves
  • Mats, pads & bracelets
  • Restricting fluids
  • Changes in diet
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Constipation therapy
  • Rewards or punishment
  • Chiropractic adjustments
  • Removal of tonsils & adenoids
  • Awakening in the night for trips to the bathroom

All of these attempts to cure bedwetting only scratch the surface, or have no relationship to proper treatment whatsoever.  That’s why families try these things and either see no results, or they’re only temporary ones.  Money and time were wasted; disappointment and discouragement were the only outcomes.

Be informed about the Top Five Methods That Don’t Work by clicking here.

Our Invitation To You

We invite you to reach out to us for an informational conversation to answer your preliminary questions, and provide you with some relief knowing there’s real help.  At that time, you may wish to schedule your First Step Consultation.  No obligation.  Ask about our limited-time 30% discount.

A dry bed every morning is within reach when you take The First Step here

Questions? Request A Call

Your information is private and secured.