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Living with pelvic floor issues can be distressing and too often people put up with pain and embarrassing symptoms.
The Pelvic Floor Clinic at King Edward VII’s Hospital supports and treats women and men of all ages (excluding children) with incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction, offering an integrated approach to pelvic floor health which can help you get back to feeling like yourself again.
Pelvic floor dysfunction is a global health problem. It affects millions of men and women of all ages and even today remains underreported, undertreated and taboo. It is something that is often very curable, and if treated appropriately can be truly life enhancing.
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.
We also treat pelvic health issues relating to pregnancy and childbirth and care for women’s pelvic floor health during the menopause.
We can help treat a range of conditions including:
We hosted a free webinar on incontinence as part of our KE7 Explains patient webinar series. In this webinar our expert panel discuss a range of topics surrounding incontinence including overactive bladder, stress incontinence and the role of the pelvic floor, as well a hearing from a patient about her experience.
You can watch the recording back below:
Our pelvic health team are trained to a high standard and provide exceptional care.
You don’t have to be a patient of the hospital – book a one-off session or a course of treatment directly: