The 2nd edition of 'Pelvic Floor Re-education' provides a comprehensive overview of the subject, along with other aspects of the clinical assessment and management of pelvic floor disorders. Starting with the latest theories on anatomy, pathophysiology and possible causes of pelvic floor damage, the importance of pelvic floor evaluation is looked at to determine the type of treatment. Practical techniques of muscle assessment and investigative methodologies are reviewed and up-to-date information on anatomy and physiology is discussed. An algorithmic approach takes the reader through the options for clinical evaluation and treatment. This practical book is invaluable reading for all health care professionals working with incontinent patients, particularly urogynecologists, obstetricians, gynecologists and physiotherapists, as well as residents and trainees interested in the scientific and clinical fundamentals of pelvic floor re-education.