The Bathroom Key book $17.95

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THE BATHROOM KEY is a treatment plan for women to cure their own incontinence issues. It also allows women to identify with other women through the anecdotal stories that echo their feelings of isolation and embarrassment. Written in easy-to-understand language, the book is a genuine teaching tool, guiding the reader to a better understanding of her body and effective remedies.

 

“Arnold Henry Kegel, MD, FACS, was my father and he made a sub- stantial contribution in the field of medicine during his lifetime. Kegel exercises bear his name. His original work immeasurably improved the lives of women suffering from incontinence. The advanced techniques presented in this book work even better today—to eliminate incontinence once and for all…”
—Robert Arnold Kegel, Esq.

 

“This is a book for every mother, daughter and girlfriend. Kim and Kathryn describe not only their journey, but the journey of many real women. The information is understandable, and more importantly, applicable to every woman at every stage in her life.”
—Sarah Haag, PT, DPT, MS, WCS, Chicago, IL

 

“Authors Kassai and Perelli instill confidence that control over the bladder is achievable and resides within each of us. Hooray to both authors for putting into context the essential role played by physical therapy. They have assembled a no-nonsense, unbeatable set of guidelines and instructions for achieving not only continence but reclaiming one’s entire pelvic health.”
—Nancy Muller, PhD, Executive Director, National Association for Continence

 

“It is an amazing truth that most incontinent woman can become dry without surgery and without medicines. Pelvic floor muscle therapy and biofeedback, as described in this book, has become a powerfully effective standard tool in the fight against bladder dysfunction. As a Urologist, I love it when my incontinent patients become dry; when they can sleep through the night without getting up to urinate; when they don’t have to know where every bathroom in the mall is before they can go shopping. This fabulous book reveals the physical therapy methods that can give people—with all sorts of bladder problems—their lives back. Read this book and it might just change your life.”
—Fredrick N. Wolk, M.D., Diplomat of the American Board of Urology