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Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation for Reducing the Impact of Urinary Incontinence after Stroke: A Pilot Study

IRB Protocol Number STU00209842

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Kathryn Altonji kaltonji@sralab.org

Objective

Investigate if pelvic floor rehabilitation through physical therapy can improve the negative impact of urinary incontinence in stroke patients.

Who Can Participate

history of stroke and urinary incontinence

Compensation

Not Provided

Age Range

older than 18

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