The Phoenix magazine provides solutions to the many challenges of living with a colostomy, ileostomy, urostomy or continent diversion (j-pouch, kock pouch, etc.). From skin care to nutrition to intimacy, in-depth articles written by medical professionals, authors and ostomates show readers how to return to a full and rewarding life with an ostomy. Read More
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The Phoenix is America's leading publication for those with an ostomy and each issue contains 80 pages of information, education and inspiration for living with an ostomy.
Topics addressed in each 80-page issue include:
The Phoenix magazine is published quarterly - March, June, September and December. Annual subscriptions are $29.95 (25% off cover price) and two-year subscriptions are $49.95 (38% off cover price) for the printed version.
The Premier Online Version of The Phoenix magazine allows instant access to an electronic version at a discounted rate of $19.95 for a one-year subscription. Plus, a back issue is included at no additional charge. Click here for more information.
The Phoenix is the official publication of the United Ostomy Associations of America. Subscriptions are a major source of funding for the UOAA to help improve the quality of life of people who have, or will have, an intestinal or urinary diversion.
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|From preventing leaks to ordering supplies to feeling confident in public, find answers to caring for your colostomy, ileostomy, urostomy or continent diversion.
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|By Anita Prinz, RN, MSN, CWOCN
Learn the important steps you need to take to fully heal after colostomy, ileostomy or urostomy surgery.