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Dr Sagie Bedwetting Clinics

Dr Sagie Bedwetting Clinics is seeking a distributor or local representative for their unique ‘Therapee’ bedwetting alarm and software in Australia.

Dr. Sagie has developed a unique treatment model for bedwetting which produces more than a 90% success rate within 3 to 5 months.

Therapee software

The software resembles current “face-to-face” bedwetting treatment.

The company has identified and gathered every possible scenario that may be faced during the treatment process and every possible profile of bedwetting patients (by age, bedwetting frequency, day control, and more).
They have developed numerous sophisticated and complicated algorithms. By using those algorithms, they are able to give a response similar or even more detailed to the ones given in Dr Sagie’s clinic.

The communication platform is established by using the virtual chart.

Parents supply information regarding treatment on the virtual chart. The system analyzes the provided data, and the algorithm chooses the right response.
The response is given to the patient by a video clip or a sequence of video clips.
In those clips, the “virtual therapist” will address patients and their parents and give them feedback concerning their progress. Immediate reinforcements will be given, assignments will be demonstrated, and statistics will be presented.

About Dr Sagie

Dr. Sagie is a world-renowned expert in the field of bedwetting (enuresis). He is a certified Family Psychotherapist specializing in the Psychophysiology of Enuresis, and has treated more than 40,000 patients, ages four to thirty-five, worldwide since 1984.

He is the founding director of multiple enuresis clinics worldwide. Dr. Sagie established and was director of the Enuresis Clinic at Schneider Children’s Medical Center, the largest children’s hospital in Israel. He also established the first enuresis clinic in China, the Shanghai Children’s Medical Center (SCMC), a joint project of Project Hope (American aid health organization for developing countries) and Schneider Children’s Medical Center.