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Figures Glossary Acknowledgements Introduction Part 1 Anatomy and physiology: The bladder and the lower urinary tract How it works Part II Incontinence: Causes and treatments What causes incontinence Conventional treatment options for stress incontinence Part III Behavioural intervention: A new and physical approach: Taking control Urge incontinence and bladder training Part IV Cancer and Incontinence: The psychological and social effects Dealing with the demons: Cancer, depression and beyond Erectile dysfunction: The meaning of manhood Bibliography Appendix: Pilot study results Index
Peter Dornan has been a physiotherapist in the fields of sporting injuries and manipulative therapy for more than thirty-five years. When surgery for prostate cancer left him with a severe incontinence problem, he used his knowledge of the body and his determination to find the cure that no-one else offered him. In a final, triumphant test of the Peter Dornan regimen Peter successfully climbed Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa in 2003.