Therapeutic Management of Incontinence and Pelvic Pain
2002. XXI, 265 pp. 95 figs. Softcover
Therapeutic Management of Incontinence and Pelvic Pain provides a clear, concise and practical clinical introduction to the assessment and conservative treatment of pelvic floor disorders in both men and women. It is the first practical textbook on this topic to enable clinicians to learn about the practicalities of assessment and treatment. Many different specialists have contributed to the text, critically reviewing the literature and recommending evidence-based practice and possible further research. Primarily written for physiotherapists working in this specialist field, this book is also a useful reference and practical guide for all health professionals dealing with incontinence and some pelvic floor disorders, including urologists, gynaecologists and general practitioners, students of alternative therapies and osteopaths. This title will complement under-graduate and post-graduate formal lectures and practical sessions, with references supporting the proposed clinical guidelines.