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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.
[The book’s] strength lies in its multidisciplinary input, which was
achieved by combining the specialist skills and knowledge of 39
experts, including the editors. The result is a unique and very
comprehensive volume, providing the reader with a truly holistic
approach to the assessment and treatment of incontinence and pelvic
pain. Aimed primarily at physiotherapists, it confirms their deserved
place on the team of health professionals working together in caring
form patients seen by this specialty. It is pleasing to find the
inclusion of elderly people, patients with neurological impairment, male
sufferers, alternative therapies and pelvic pain. ….  ….Any
health professional working in the field of incontinence and pelvic
disorders, whether they are a student or an expert, will find this book
of clinical use and interest as either a reference and practical guide
or as a teaching tool.
 (Ros Thomas, Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health, Autumn 2003, 92, 89)
   - Each chapter gives evidence-based guidance invaluable to students and specialists alike
 - This book reaches out into new uncharted territories
 - provides novel additions to previous textbooks on incontinence by including chapters on Complementary Therapies.
 - Fascinating to read the assessment and treatment of incontinence with Osteopathy, Acupuncture, Reflex Therapy and Homeopathy.
 - Readable, understandable and practical textbook
 - Every professional working in the specialty of continence should own a copy
 (Grace Dorey, Urology News, September/October 2002, vol. 6, no. 6, 26)
   -
This book provides a clear, concise and practical clinical introduction
to the assessment and conservative treatment of pelvic disorders in
both men and women, written by many English and American contributors
within various disciplines.
 - [It] will appeal to many
healthcare professionals working in this specialist field as a useful
references and practical guide for the management of pelvic organ
disorders.
 (G. Natale, Minerva Urologica 2004; 56(3):327)
   -
The section on pelvic pain covers an area which, until recently, has
been poorly defined and difficult to treat. The authors embrace this
topic in depth and provide a holistic approach to the multidisciplinary
management of these patients.
 - The editors are to be
congratulated for compiling such a well-rounded, comprehensive textbook
which will be a useful reference and practical guide for all
undergraduate and postgraduate health professionals working with
patients who suffer incontinence and pelvic pain.
 (Jane Dixon, Physiotherapy Journal 2003: 566)
 "This
is a very interesting book written by two eminent physiotherapists.
Whilst primarily written for physiotherapists working in the field of
urinary incontinence and pelvic pain, it would be invaluable to anyone
with a special interest in incontinence. The text is concise and easy to
read. … I was pleased to see the simple and clear advice on the
practical application of pelvic floor muscle exercises. … I think this
book is a welcome addition to our armamentarium." (Jason C Cooper, The
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Vol. 8 (1), 2006)
 "This book
provides a clear, concise and practical clinical introduction to the
assessment and conservative treatment of pelvic disorders in both men
and women … . The book will appeal to many healthcare professionals
working in this specialist field (including physiatrists and
physiotherapists, urologists and gynaecologists) as a useful reference
and practical guide for the management of pelvic organ disorders." (G.
Natale, Minerva Urologica, Vol. 56 (3), 2004)
 "This latest book
covering the management of incontinence and pelvic pain has been
compiled by two well-known physiotherapists working within this field.
It is written for professionals, by professionals, and provides a clear,
concise and well-referenced textbook for all health care professionals.
… The editors are to be congratulated for compiling such a
well-rounded, comprehensive textbook which will be a useful reference
and practical guide for all undergraduate and postgraduate health
professionals working with patients who suffer incontinence and pelvic
pain." (Jane Dixon, Physiotherapy Journal, September, 2003)
 "This
manual provides a clear, concise and practical clinical introduction to
the assessment and practical clinical introduction to the assessment
and conservative treatment of pelvic floor disorders in both men and
women. … The book is primarily for physiotherapists working in this
specialist field. However, it is also a useful reference and practical
guide for all health care professionals working with patients suffering
from incontinence or other pelvic disorders." (European Urology Today,
Vol. 14 (3)
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