Biofeedback for fecal incontinence: a randomized study comparing exercise regimens.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Fecal incontinence affects up to 11% of Australian community-dwelling adults and 72% of nursing home residents. Biofeedback is a recommended conservative therapy when medication and pelvic floor exercises have failed to improve patient outcomes. OBJECTIVE This study aimed to investigate the impact of a new exercise regimen on the severity of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/DCR.0b013e3182148fef

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@article{Bartlett2011BiofeedbackFF, title={Biofeedback for fecal incontinence: a randomized study comparing exercise regimens.}, author={Lynne Bartlett and Kathryn L Sloots and Madeleine J Nowak and Yik Hong Ho}, journal={Diseases of the colon and rectum}, year={2011}, volume={54 7}, pages={846-56} }