Incontinence Treatments and Resources for Healthcare Providers
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Consortia Health Clinical Continence Services offer a powerful combination of the most advanced testing systems and highly trained technicians to help you diagnose and treat incontinence right in your office.
Incontinence of the bladder and bowel are major health concerns. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration estimates 30% of females, and more than 10% of males suffer some degree of incontinence. Consortia Health leverages years of experience in the complex American health system to assist all our customers with one goal in mind - improving patient lives. With Consortia Health's turn-key services, physicians are able to offer patients modern solutions to common problems right away - without extra training or unnecessary expense.
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We are an organization committed to educating and helping health care professionals in the treatment of incontinence and other urinary related conditions.