NAFC LEARNING LIBRARY: VIDEOS ABOUT INCONTINENCE
Discover the NAFC Learning Library-video tips for how to manage different treatments, first hand stories from people who struggle with #bladderleakage, and more.
NAFC Learning Library
The NAFC Learning Library was created to provide you with the most up to date information from some of the best minds around. So pull up a chair and watch our newest presentations below. And check back often, as we'll regularly be adding more videos, podcasts, and talks designed to help educate and inspire you.
Learn NAFC's best tips for waking up dry!
Six tips for managing overactive bladder.
Living with a bladder control issue is not easy. And finding an effective long-term treatment can end the worry about embarrassing accidents. But there are treatment options. Please join Dr. Scott MacDrimid, Urologist and Director of the Alliance Urology Specialists Bladder Control and Pelvic Pain Center in Greensboro, NC for an educational webinar on managing bladder control issues.
This is a recording of an online seminar led by Jill Rabin, MD, urogynecologist at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center and the North Shore University Hospital. Viewers will learn about the causes, risk factors and treatment options for urinary tract infections.
Learn about the mid-urethral sling procedure for treatment of urinary incontinence in women from Dr. Eric Rovner, Professor of Urology at the Medical University of South Carolina.
The National Association For Continence (NAFC) shows men how to perform self-catheterization.
The National Association of Continence teaches women the appropriate way to self-catheterize.
Struggling to perfect your Kegel? Learn from a clinical nurse specialist on how to perform the correct pelvic muscle exercise or Kegel.
Learn more about pessaries and how they can help treat prolapse.
This video discusses diagnosis and treatment of male stress urinary incontinence. It is presented by Dr. Robert Valenzuela, a urologist at Washington Heights Urology and an Assistant Attending at New York-Presbyterian Hospital of Columbia University.