What causes urinary incontinence and how to regain bladder control
Take the mystery out of urinary incontinence with this book that explains causes and treatments for this common health problem.
Urinary incontinence affects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 20 men and can have a negative impact on various aspects of a person’s life. In Understanding and Treating Incontinence, readers are made comfortable with the anatomy and physiology of the bladder and surrounding area, both female and male, to gain a clear understanding of what’s happening in their body. The book then shifts to how readers can regain control through exercise, diet, medication, physical therapy and more.
Written by Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health, Sarah Haag, PT, DPT. Softcover. 84 pages. Illustrated.
"If you or a loved one is dealing with incontinence, you need good information and a plan that works for you. Understanding and Treating Incontinence by Dr. Sarah Haag provides up-to-date and useable evidence for therapists, physicians, and anyone looking for accurate information about incontinence.
Dr. Sarah Haag has 17 years of clinical experience with incontinence and pain. She is a board certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist and a talented therapist. I can’t think of anyone better to have written this book and will be sharing it widely to help people regain confidence and control."
—Dr. Sandra Hilton, PT, DPT