April is Paralyzed Veterans Awareness Month!

This April, Paralyzed Veterans of America is marking the 67th anniversary of its founding by urging all Americans to take a stand for veterans. With the theme The Big Push for Progress and events across the country, Paralyzed Veterans Awareness Month highlights the unique challenges facing veterans with spinal cord injury/dysfunction. It spotlights the work […]

New Guidelines to Enhance Adaptive Sports School Programs

We’re a little late to the party, but wanted to share the news from the American Association of Adapted Sports Programs about exciting new guidelines on adapted sports programs in schools that will make it easier for disabled children to get involved in these life changing programs.

Announcing the Men’s Liberty Adaptive Sports Photo Contest!

We’re thrilled to announce that we are hosting a new Facebook Photo Contest for adaptive athletes.

Growing Concerns about Complications from Robotic Prostate Surgery

We’ve shared a good bit on here about treatment and complications for Prostate Cancer. One of the most interesting/frustrating things about medicine today is that so much can change so quickly. There are a lot of different opinions out there and it’s hard to know who’s right and wrong at any given moment. Personally, that […]

The Diaper Dilemma

Diapers are simply not that attractive. And while I’ll give the manufacturers some credit for improvements in the last 15-20 years, let’s not pretend they’re exactly couture.

Surgical Urinary Management: Eliminate Condom Catheters!

While most doctors will tell you there are some serious drawbacks to condom catheters, there’s nothing that quite captures it for me than the story this guy, we’ll call him Bob, told about his surgery at a New York hospital in 2010.

Tax Tips for Caregivers to Maximize Your Return

Are you an unpaid caregiver for a loved one or family member with incontinence? Are you walking a tight rope balancing work, care and maybe even a little time just for you?

Wee Answer Wednesday: All Dressed Up and No Where to Pee

In honor of last week’s filibuster, this week’s theme is non-medical uses for Men’s Liberty! Whether or not you’re a US Senator, a race car driver or a glider pilot, you may be doing something that has you away from a bathroom for several hours at a time. And sometimes it’s just not practical to […]

Bladder Adjectives from Men’s Liberty

Your bladder can be a lot of things – flaccid, neurogenic, neurotic, incompetent, incomplete, reflexive, spastic… the list just goes on and on. So which one of the list above doesn’t belong, which one isn’t like the rest?

Reducing the Stigma of Incontinence

We’ve talked quite a bit about how to talk about incontinence and the importance of addressing the stigma of incontinence in society. Incontinence is a symptom of a medical issue, not a standard part of life, no matter your age. So we’re thrilled to share the article below from the Mundelein Review!