Webinar: Wednesday, 28 September 2022, 7:00 PM

Urinary tract infection and urinary incontinence

Urinary tract infections can have a huge impact on quality of life. Although associated with the elderly, it can also occur in younger people. In this webinar, incontinence expert Dr Margaret Fockema will be looking at the correct approach to diagnosis and treatment of this condition.

Presented by
Conrad Strydom

Conrad Strydom

  • Editor: Medical Academic
Dr Margaret Fockema

Dr Margaret Fockema

  • General Practitioner (GP)

Dr Margaret Fockema is medical doctor specialising in diagnosing and treating all types of incontinence, including bedwetting. She graduated from the University of the Orange Free State, and received an MSc Med in Urology from the University of Witwatersrand.

She is the vice chairman of the Enuresis Academy. Dr Fockema has written various articles for magazines and she has been the author and co-author of multiple articles published in medical journals concerning incontinence.

Dr Fockema strives to be able to help as many people as possible that suffer from this embarrassing condition. She has been working towards changing the mindset about this taboo topic and wishes to show that all forms of incontinence can be successfully treated.

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