End Bedwetting Now: A science-based, medically proven way to stop involuntary peeing and pooping. No Pills! No Equipment! No Cost!
Golden Wren Publishing Pty Ltd
December 05, 2019
5.25 X 8.0 X 0.12 inches | 0.15 pounds
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About the Author
Professor Angel Garcia Fernandez MD PhD has been the Chief Professor of Medicine and Surgery, specializing in Child Urology at the National University of Cordoba and the Chef de Clinic of the Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital of the University of René Descartes, University of Paris, France. He has been the Specialist Pediatric Surgeon of the Argentine Society of Childhood Surgery since December, 1980. Professor Garcia Fernandez has written numerous peer-reviewed periodicals and is a founding member of publications for national and international academic and professional books at Sociedad IberoAmerican Professor Angel Garcia Fernandez MD PhD has been the Chief Professor of Medicine and Surgery, specializing in Child Urology at the National University of Cordoba and the Chef de Clinic of the Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital of the University of René Descartes, University of Paris, France. He has been the Specialist Pediatric Surgeon of the Argentine Society of Childhood Surgery since December, 1980. Professor Garcia Fernandez has written numerous peer-reviewed periodicals and is a founding member of publications for national and international academic and professional books at Sociedad IberoAmerican de Urologia Infantil, and founding member of the Latin American Pelvic Floor Association, a Member of the French Association of Urologia and a Member of the International Children's Continence Society.
Professor Peter Petros, DSc DS (UWA) PhD (Uppsala) MB BS MD (Syd) FRCOG (Lond) is a highly experienced pelvic floor reconstructive surgeon. He is internationally recognized as a leader in the field of incontinence and prolapse both in basic science and surgery. In the early 1990s, he and the late Professor Ulf Ulmsten from the University of Uppsala, Sweden, wrote a 79 page description of the Integral Theory of Female Urinary Incontinence which stated that stress urinary incontinence and what is now known as 'overactive bladder' did not originate from the bladder itself, but from looseness in the supporting ligaments of the urethra and vagina. The reason for the looseness was deficient collagen in the ligaments. Two years prior to this publication, Petros and John Papadimitriou, both from the Royal Perth Hospital invented a new surgical method, how to create a new collagenous ligament using a tape implanted in the exact position of the damaged ligament. This was the basis for the midurethral sling operation for cure of urinary stress incontinence. More than 5,000,000 such operations have been performed between 1996 and 2018. Since 1993, the Theory has evolved into a complete system of management as the Integral Theory System (ITS), which is not only a method of surgery, but also special non-surgical methods which can strengthen the automatic muscles and ligaments of the female pelvis. It is this part of the ITS which has been applied to cure children with bedwetting. Professor Petros has authored more than 250 original scientific articles on incontinence and prolapse, has been awarded 4 doctorates and has written a major medical textbook on 'The Female Pelvic Floor' now in its 3rd edition, which has been printed in 10 languages.
Alan Gold has written over 30 books, both fiction and non-fiction. He became interested in medical scandals concerning incontinence and chronic pelvic pain in 2014. Alan has spent the past 5 years intensively investigating every aspect of the incontinence story, the mesh controversies, why the most recent discoveries in the understanding of the pelvic floor aren't taught in medical schools, as well as the pervasive influence of the $35 billion p.a. drug industry. He uncovered disturbing evidence that women are being told by existing experts in the field that cures for bladder, bowel and chronic pain problems is not available. They ARE! As are cures for bed wetting. When Alan heard of the early results from the bed wetting studies, he, like the two Professors of Medicine who have authored this book, had some difficulty in understanding how such a simple method as exercises could possibly have so profound an effect. As it happened, one of his colleagues had a 10-year old son with a severe bed wetting problem. After discussions with Professor Petros, Alan suggested the child do 10 squats every morning and every night. It was, after all, minimally invasive and the child's mother had nothing to lose. Remarkably, the child became dry within one week and with regular exercises, has stayed dry since. This gave Alan a strong incentive to persuade the authors that they should make their discoveries known to the world at large. As an internationally published and translated novelist and opinion columnist, Alan has assisted Professors Petros and Garcia Fernandez with the book's structure, planning and content.