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Understanding and Treating


For patients who are suffering from incontinence—and clinicians treating it—this essential book will help readers understand what’s happening, why it’s happening, and what can be done about it.

A patient book by Sarah Haag, PT, DPT



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"Understanding and Treating Incontinence by Dr. Sarah Haag provides up-to-date and useable evidence for therapists, physicians, and anyone looking for accurate information about incontinence. Dr. Sarah Haag has 17 years of clinical experience with incontinence and pain. She is a board certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist and a talented therapist. I can’t think of anyone better to have written this book and will be sharing it widely to help people regain confidence and control."

— Dr. Sandra Hilton, PT, DPT

A word from the author


1 in 3 women and 1 in 20 men suffers from urinary incontinence. This patient book, written by physical therapist and pelvic health specialist Sarah Haag, PT, DPT, demystifies this common health problem by revealing important information patients need to know, including:

  • The anatomy and physiology of the bladder and surrounding area
  • Common causes of urinary incontinence and risk factors
  • Different types of incontinence people experience
  • Treatment options including how to do pelvic floor contractions
  • How physical therapy can address incontinence

About the author

Sarah is a physical therapist and co-owner of Entropy Physiotherapy & Wellness in Chicago, Illinois. Her area of interest is in treating the spine and pelvis, with a specialization in women’s and men’s health. Sarah was awarded a board certification as a Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (WCS) and was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP) from the Section on Women’s Health. She is also a Registered Yoga Instructor.

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