Dr. David Cutting is a valued colleague who is reporting success rates of 79% using the bedwetting alarm in his pediatric office practice in Melbourne, Australia. It is very rare that a busy practicing physician is able to systematically conduct follow up research and report on the results of his own treatments.
Website by an Australian mother who used the Clean Kid Manual.
Each year nearly 1.5 million Americans are being harmed by prescription drugs. This site is devoted to giving readers information on how certain drugs can be particularly dangerous.
General outline of encopresis causes, symptoms, and treatment.
IFFGD, the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, is a nonprofit education and research organization. IFFGD addresses the issues surrounding life with gastrointestinal (GI) functional and motility disorders, and increases the awareness about these disorders among the general public, researchers, and the clinical care community.
Steve J. Hodges, MD, a pediatric urologist, has authored this wonderful book and website that is rich in information on both bladder and bowel issues. The website is entertaining and appealing to parents and children.
Scientific abstracts in the medical-related literature by search terms, authors, and cited authors. It allows for very convenient, comprehensive searches of medical literature.
Dr. Robert W. Collins is a charter member of this organization. The National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, a national nonprofit organization, is committed to advancing psychology as a profession and improving the delivery of health services to the public. With twenty-five years of experience serving the public, psychologists, and the healthcare community, the National Register is the largest and most successful credentialing organization in psychology.
A truly unique organization led by parents with a combined interest in both enuresis and encopresis.
While the majority of the cases of Encopresis are of the retentive or “outlet obstruction” variety, some children pass normal, soft stools, but don’t do it when and where they are supposed to. This link takes you to an article entitled, “Treatment Guidelines for Primary Nonretentive Encopresis and Stool Toileting Refusal” in The American Family Physician. Our Soiling Solutions® approaches can often be effective for this form of encopresis.
A comprehensive information guide about sleep disorders. Descriptions, symptoms, causes, and treatments of various sleep disorders like sleep apnea, bedwetting, encopresis, insomnia, snoring, restless legs and narcolepsy.
Up-to-date information on Functional GI and Motility Disorders for both the professional and the patient, and provides information on the Center and its research, training, patient education and clinical treatment.