The Australian Prostate Centre (APC) is a not-for-profit medical centre in Melbourne, created to help men living with prostate cancer. They share three ways to balance the important parts of
How could incontinence affect your client’s mental health? In a story for Continence Foundation members, Dr Lori Shore (Senior Clinical Psychologist at Alfred Health Continence Service) shares how psychological approaches can help manage the impacts of incontinence.
The Continence Foundation of Australia recently hosted an online webinar Live fearlessly: the continence products you’ll wish you knew about sooner. Catch up on the full webinar on YouTube for
Dr Therese Burke is an MS Certified Nurse and Research Fellow at the University of Notre Dame, Australia and Clinical Platform Coordinator at MS Research Australia/MS Australia.
Stay on top of your continence health and find out how your prostate can affect your bladder and bowels. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland with a big impact on
Stay on top of your continence health and learn about what the pelvic floor is, how to find it and how to exercise it. What is continence? Continence is the
Stay race ready by checking in with your bladder and bowel health. Notice any of the following signs? Take action and speak with your doctor:
In our busy lives, how do we make time for continence health? Nurse Continence Specialist Janie Thompson leads the National Continence Helpline 1800 33 00 66 and answers this important question.
Shan Morrison and Rachel Heerey are Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapists with a passion for helping men recover from pelvic pain. They share what you need to know about this treatable condition in Bridge.
Continence concerns are one of the most common symptoms of MS (multiple sclerosis). Andrew Potter spoke with Bridge to share his story of the ‘invisible’ side of MS.