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Increasing Awareness Of Behavioral Therapy as part of an overall incontinence treatment plan

In our NAFC annual survey with over 2000 patient responses, only 33% had tried behavioral therapy. The vast majority were using absorbents and/or medication. We heard in many responses that patients wished their doctor had educated them more about other treatment options. Many wanted to know more about physical therapy, but didn’t know how to go about seeing if that was an option.

There are many resources on NAFC.org to help educate your patients about behavioral treatments options as a first line or add on to their current treatment.

  • Find an overview for patients on treatment options with link to various behavioral treatment options here.

  • Find downloadable incontinence diaries here.

  • Find free downloadable patient brochure here and handout on bladder retraining here.

  • Find patient information on biofeedback here.

  • Find a patient story on the role of physical therapy in the treatment in incontinence with a specialist locator tool here


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