How to Stop Bedwetting?

 

Dr. Baruch Kushnir is an international expert on bedwetting. He has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Medical Psychology awarded in the U.K. While studying in the U.K., Dr. Kushnir specialized in treating sphincter control problems in children. Since 1982, he has researched and treated kids with issues of bedwetting, toilet phobia, constipation, soiling, and potty-training.

In 2008 he produced his animated movie “The Magic Bowl” that’s helped thousands of children to move ahead from diapers.

 

Why choose us?

In over 30 years’ experience, we’ve helped over 30,000 children with incontinence issues. Our clinics are the longest-established and best-known, in Israel and elsewhere, for solving sphincter control problems in kids.

 

Know-how

Working with so many children, over three decades, constantly increases our knowledge-base. That’s why we never stop innovating, updating, and improving our methods.

Alongside our therapeutic efforts, we’re involved in research studies whose results are published in the world’s top science journals.

And we never stop learning…from our young patients, professional literature, and international conferences

Our Team will help your child to stop bedwetting

Members of our team are psychologists with a doctorate or graduate degree in psychology. All are specially trained in the field of bedwetting and sphincter control problems, and work closely with Dr. Baruch Kushnir who trains and supports them.

Technology

Our clinics offer an impressive range of the world’s latest technological devices. The variety means each device accurately matches the user’s needs and preferences. Parents can rent the “bedwetting sensor” from our clinics.

Support Why do some kids wet the bed?

It’s a vital aspect of successful treatment. So in addition to training in the clinic, our team provides support and help throughout the treatment,

We’re always here for you

Besides follow-up sessions at the clinic, we encourage parents to be in direct contact, at any time, by phone or internet. If you have a question, just contact your personal therapist and the professional team.