5.3 Summary Chapter 5
The Integral Theory system for pelvic floor rehabilitation expands the indications for treatment beyond stress incontinence to include urgency, frequency, nocturia, pelvic pain and abnormal empytying. An improvement rate greater than 50% is achieved in such symptoms in at least two out of three patients.
KeywordsStress Incontinence Pelvic Muscle Urge Symptom Pelvic Floor Exercise Cough Stress Test
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Chapter 5: Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
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