The latest Clinical Guidelines on the nonsurgical management of urinary incontinence (UI) in women from the American College of Physicians recommends first-line treatment with pelvic floor muscle training in women with stress UI.
Many women are reluctant to talk about the issue of incontinence believing it is a normal part of aging and childbirth. It is also a topic that may be overlooked during a routine consultation. A NIH study of economics of UI reported that women with SUI spend an average of $900 out-of-pocket annually for routine incontinence care – typically pads and laundry. To support our clinician partners we have developed tools to assist in the discussion on pelvic health.
Short booklet of images and text to assist with initial set up and use of the PeriCoach System.
4 page pamphlet outlining the system, providing a tool to help identify a PeriCoach patient and details of the exercise programs.