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The Pelvic Floor Clinic treats women and men of all ages (excluding children) with incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction, offering an integrated approach to pelvic floor health.
We can help treat a range of conditions including:
Pelvic floor dysfunction is a global health problem. It affects millions of men and women of all ages and even in 2021 remains underreported, undertreated and taboo. It is something that is often very curable, and if treated appropriately can be truly life enhancing.
The Pelvic Floor Clinic at King Edward VII’s Hospital treats women and men of all ages (excluding children) with incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction and is led by continence nurse specialist Jane Simpson. We also treat pelvic health issues relating to pregnancy and childbirth and care for women’s pelvic floor health during the menopause.
We offer a variety of treatments including pelvic floor rehabilitation – both strengthening and relaxing. Also, bladder retraining, rectal (transanal) irrigation, bladder scanning, teaching clean intermittent self-catheterisation (CISC), percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS), fitting of vaginal pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse and the use of vaginal dilators.
The Pelvic Floor Clinic at King Edward VII’s Hospital includes a team of highly skilled Clinical Nurse Specialists and a Specialist Women’s Heath Physiotherapist who work collaboratively to ensure patients get the best integrated care.
Continence Nurse Specialist – Jane Simpson
Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist – Rowena Woods
Colorectal Clinical Nurse Specialist – Faye Jones
Women’s Health Physiotherapist – Alison Tam
There is a reason why over 98% of our patients would recommend King Edward VII’s Hospital to family and friends.
Book your consultation today: Call 020 7467 4344