Urologists

“The Bathroom Key is a wonderful resource for any woman with symptoms of urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse, or issues of pelvic pain and discomfort with sexual activity. Kathryn and Kim do a great job describing why women may have these symptoms and discussing the various treatment options. I love the way they use real patients as examples throughout the book and explain everything in plain language without confusing the reader with medical terms that can be hard to understand.”
— David A. Ginsberg, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Urology,
USC Institute of Urology, Keck School of Medicine
“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
At last, a book that explains the shifting paradigm in the understanding of overactive bladder and incontinence and—just as Kathryn and Kim do with their patients—gives the power of urinary control back to the patient. A well-structured and thoughtful work, The Bathroom Key unlocks the secrets to putting YOU in charge of your bladder, instead of vice versa. If you suffer from overactive bladder, urgency, prolapse, or any form of incontinence, this is a must-read.”
—Timothy Lesser, M.D., Urologist, Torrance, CA