National Healthcare Nonprofit is Holding a Free Educational Webinar on Non-Surgical Solutions for Women
02/05/2010

The National Association For Continence (NAFC) is offering free, monthly educational webinars stemming from their educational women’s forum, Lifelong Bladder Health & Pelvic Support, which was held in San Francisco on October 3, 2009.

Online PR News – 05-February-2010 – – The National Association For Continence (NAFC) is offering free, monthly educational webinars stemming from their educational women’s forum, Lifelong Bladder Health & Pelvic Support, which was held in San Francisco on October 3, 2009.

Marilyn-Lu Webb, PhD, NP, owner of The Center for Continence Care, Inc. in Fresno, CA will lead the next webinar, Non-Surgical Intervention to Treat SUI Including Behavioral Strategies and Management of Prolapse with Pessaries, on Tuesday February 16 at 5:00 p.m. (PST). To register for this webinar, individuals can log onto NAFC’s Web site at http://www.nafc.org/news/113/318/Non-Surgical-Intervention-to-Treat-SUI-Webinar/ or call 1-800-BLADDER. Novasys Medical, Inc. and Rochester Medical are sponsoring this webinar.

Toll-free conference calls and the Internet link participants to the webinars. Nationally recognized experts, who gave educational lectures at the San Francisco forum, will lead each webinar, followed by a live question and answer session where participants can pose questions for the featured healthcare professional to answer. The experts’ specialties lie in urology, urogynecology, nursing, and geriatrics, as well as in colon and rectal surgery.

Information about future webinar dates and topics can be found on NAFC’s Web site at http://www.nafc.org/news/111/318/FREE-Educational-Webinar-Schedule/.

About The National Association For Continence
The National Association For Continence is a 501(c)3 corporation whose mission is threefold: 1) to educate the public about the causes, diagnosis categories, treatment options, and management alternatives for incontinence, voiding dysfunction, nocturnal enuresis, and related pelvic floor disorders; 2) to network with other organizations and agencies to elevate the visibility and priority given to these areas; and 3) to advocate on behalf of consumers who suffer from such symptoms as a result of disease or other illness, obstetrical, surgical or other trauma, or deterioration due to the aging process itself. NAFC is broadly funded by consumers, healthcare professionals and industry. It is the world’s largest and most prolific consumer advocacy organization devoted exclusively to this field.

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