Prostate Recovery MAP
Men's Action Plan
by A/Prof. Craig Allingham FSMA
For many men the diagnosis of prostate cancer is the beginning of an unwelcome journey filled with waiting rooms, doctors, tests, scores and decisions outside of your usual expertise. The Prostate Recovery MAP is an action plan for men who want more than just survival - men who want a quality of life that makes the treatment worthwhile. It is a skill based program that takes a practical approach to maximizing return of bladder control and erectile function.
Written by an experienced sports and men's health physiotherapist this book outlines Craig's five level plan for maximising recovery following prostate treatment. Included are active links to videos of Craig explaining the program and videos of exercises mentioned in the book. This is a total package for men looking for practical guidance and real life advice.
Dr Michael Gillman, one of Australia's most respected Men's Health doctors writes,
'Erection problems and urinary incontinence are two of the main problems
that can occur after treatment for prostate cancer.
Both can be minimised with correct rehabilitation programs.
This book is a “must read” for any man facing treatment for this condition.'
Barrie Blackwell, 74yo - 'Congratulations on an exceptionally valuable work. I wish I had this fifteen years ago when my prostate was removed. Amazingly, following the program I have improved even this late in the piece'.
Earl Gould (won't say how old he is) - 'I love the jokes. This is a very positive book written for men living with prostate cancer not dying from it. The 'every man's' language makes it clear and the videos are a real bonus.'
Prostate Recovery MAP - Men's Action Plan Author: Craig Allingham Publisher: Redsok
ISBN: 9780987076649 Format: A5 interactive PDF download Version: 7 Pages: 63
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