Incontinence and Parkinson's Disease

Incontinence and Parkinson's Disease

Topics: symptoms

Educational Supplement #23

Debbie Guyer, MA, CCC-SLP, Coordinator
APDA I&R Center St. Louis, MO

Incontinence is defined as a loss of bladder control, resulting in the leakage of urine; it is a symptom and not a disease.  Even the healthiest among us can experience incontinence and nearly 25 million Americans live with incontinence everyday.  This supplement will talk about incontinence as it pertains to Parkinson's disease.

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