compassion and humour, this self-help
guide explores the negative effects lifestyle and life eventssuch
as high impact sport, childbirth and menopausehave on bladder
health. This physiotherapy perspective offers easy to follow, illustrated
instruction that encourages readers to gain the skills and knowledge
necessary to begin a proper home exercise program. With simple diet
adjustments and proper exercise, most women achieve results ranging
from significant improvement to complete resolution of bladder leakage.
Advance Praise for
I Laughed So Hard I Peed My Pants!
The Canadian Continence Foundation congratulates
the author on this educational and informative publication. Consumers,
family members and healthcare providers who are looking for a publication
that covers most aspects of incontinence in a user-friendly language,
will certainly benefit. Education is power.
Ruth Keatley Pelletier, Executive
The Canadian Continence Foundation
Kelli Berzuk lends extraordinary warmth and
clarity to discussing the value of the pelvic floor muscle functionalitysphincteric,
supportive and sexualso that women of all ages can be motivated
to protect and strengthen this essential element of their health.
Her treatise is a must-have handbook for our gender!
Nancy Muller, Executive Director,
National Association For Continence (NAFC)
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