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Standard Urotherapy starts with an age-appropriate explanation of bladder and bowel function and dysfunction, to discuss the causes of incontinence.
Specific urotherapy consists of pelvic floor muscle training/ biofeedback and behavioral modification. Pelvic floor training focuses on strengthening and relaxing the supportive muscles of the urinary system.
Biofeedback on the voiding pattern is an essential element of specific urotherapy. It improves the physiological processes of micturition, by teaching children how to urinate with a relaxed pelvic floor and teach them good bladder emptying techniques.
Feedback on correct voiding can be given in the following ways: