Womens Waterworks

Womens Waterworks – Curing Incontinence by Dr Pauline Chiarelli

Womens Waterworks – Curing Incontinence by Dr Pauline Chiarelli is the world’s best selling book and self help guide on female incontinence, pelvic floor and pelvic floor exercises.

Womens Waterworks is a comprehensive, clear and easy to understand self help guide that already helped hundreds of thousands of women, who suffer from incontinence. Womens Waterworks gives guidance on how to take control of urinary symptoms and regain normal life, free from fear, embarrassment and shame that urinary incontinence causes.

Womens Waterworks provides essential knowledge about urinary system and pelvic floor that all women should have. It is written in an easy to follow style and women of all backgrounds are able to understand it. Womens Waterworks is suitable for all women – with or without professional medical training.  

Pauline Chiarelli, the author of the Womens Waterworks

The author of Womens Waterworks, Professor Pauline Chiarelli is a globally renowned specialist in female incontinence. Pauline has a wide experience as a continence physiotherapist. Her special interests are the pelvic floor and rehabilitation of pelvic floor and the role pelvic floor plays in the development of incontinence in women. Pauline conducted studies in United Kingdom and Australia. She travels widely and appears in many international forums on continence. She is a sought after speaker and she trains continence physiotherapists worldwide. Currently, Pauline is a senior lecturer in Physiotherapy with focus on pelvic floor and continence at Newcastle University in Australia. Her famous book Womens Waterworks is a self help guide for women that sold well over 300 000 copies worldwide. It is constantly updated and the new edition offered here has been published in 2007.  

Women’s Waterworks Curing Incontinence by Pauline Chiarelli is the world’s best selling pelvic floor fitness manual for care professionals and essential reading for women of all ages. Easy to understand “learn and act” guide on pelvic floor health with key objectives of curing and preventing urinary incontinence. Womens Waterworks is easy and fun to read. It is educational and informative and teaches women to utilise time when working, resting and playing to perform their daily pelvic floor workouts – simply and effectively.

64 pages. 2007 edition.

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  • Paperback booklet of 64 pages.  


  • 1 copy of Women's Waterworks by Dr Pauline Chiarellie book.