The PedSpace

Constipation and its Relationship to Bladder Anatomy and VUR

February 08, 2021 Palette Life Sciences Season 2 Episode 1
The PedSpace
Constipation and its Relationship to Bladder Anatomy and VUR
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The PedSpace
Constipation and its Relationship to Bladder Anatomy and VUR
Feb 08, 2021 Season 2 Episode 1
Palette Life Sciences

In this episode of The PedSpace, Dr. Steve Hodges discusses how to properly diagnose and treat children who turn their rectum from a sensing and emptying organ to a storage organ and its effect on the pelvic floor and bladder function.

Dr. Hodges is a board-certified pediatric urologist and professor of pediatric urology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Dr. Hodges earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University and his medical degree from Wake Forest School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric internship and residency at North Carolina Baptist Hospital. Dr. Hodges completed his fellowship at Children’s Hospital of San Francisco.
 
 Dr. Hodges’ website and Facebook page called Bedwetting and Accidents serve as resources for parents, medical professionals and therapists. He has authored a peer-reviewed paper on his methods for treating constipation in the treatment of children with lower urinary tract symptoms.
 
 Visit Dr. Hodges’ website

Show Notes

In this episode of The PedSpace, Dr. Steve Hodges discusses how to properly diagnose and treat children who turn their rectum from a sensing and emptying organ to a storage organ and its effect on the pelvic floor and bladder function.

Dr. Hodges is a board-certified pediatric urologist and professor of pediatric urology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Dr. Hodges earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University and his medical degree from Wake Forest School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric internship and residency at North Carolina Baptist Hospital. Dr. Hodges completed his fellowship at Children’s Hospital of San Francisco.
 
 Dr. Hodges’ website and Facebook page called Bedwetting and Accidents serve as resources for parents, medical professionals and therapists. He has authored a peer-reviewed paper on his methods for treating constipation in the treatment of children with lower urinary tract symptoms.
 
 Visit Dr. Hodges’ website