Urinary incontinence affects one in four women over the age of 35. The responsible party is that great unknown part of you, the pelvic floor, which is particularly damaged after childbirth, but which also deteriorates without having children. The good news is that there is a solution, and this book gathers all the necessary information for any woman, from a teenager to a woman in full menopause, to resolve her doubts and learn to strengthen her pelvic floor throughout her life.
The authors, experts in pelvic floor rehabilitation, review the different techniques that currently exist and offer practical information and advice with great rigor, but they will also amuse us with anecdotes that remind us how necessary it is to break taboos and speak freely.
For the first time, a book talks about how to prevent and treat problems or dysfunctions that have already appeared.
Enormous professional rigor is combined with a very practical and informative approach. Includes illustrations.
Goodbye to the taboo: we need to talk about the pelvic floor.