Pelvic Health Clinic
Our Pelvic Health service provides a complete multidisciplinary service to diagnose, treat and manage pelvic floor conditions for both male and female patients.
Pelvic floor issues are a common condition that affects both men and women.
Traditionally, the topic of pelvic problems has been considered too embarrassing, with many people choosing to sacrifice the quality of their life in order to avoid an uncomfortable conversation. Such sacrifices are unnecessary with modern diagnostics and therapeutic options which may lead to a significant improvement in the quality of life in patients with pelvic health conditions. You don’t need to just put up with it.
Common Pelvic Floor Disorders Include
• Bowel Incontinence
• Chronic Pelvic Pain
• Pelvic Organ Prolapse
• Urinary Incontinence
Treatment Options – Surgical and Non-Surgical
• Complex Urodynamic Analysis
• Sling Surgery/Colposuspension
• Urethral Bulking agent
• Neuro-stimulators (SNS)
• Reconstructive surgery, incl. correction of prolapse
• Bladder installations
• Teaching intermittent catheterisation
• Woman’s Health Physiotherapy
• ThermiVa and Viveve radiofrequency treatment to treat vaginal laxity and urinary incontinence
• PelviPower chair (magnetic field training – our PelviPower Chair will help you to strengthen your
Pelvic Floor and surrounding muscles
• Biofeedback bike increases the effectiveness of pelvic floor training and is the efficient
alternative with people contraindicated for magnetic field training
If you are concerned about your Pelvic Floor Health, speak to your GP and ask to be referred to our Pelvic Health Clinic.
Common symptoms of bowel incontinence can include:
• Rectal Prolapse
• Rectocele and muscle/nerve damage as a result of ageing or giving birth
Chronic Pelvic Pain
Chronic pelvic pain is persistent pain in the lower abdominal and/or the vulva, vagina or perineum that lasts for more than 6 months.
Constipation is persistent infrequent bowel movements or difficult passage of stool. Whilst it is normal to experience occasional constipation, chronic constipation can have negative impact on a person’s lifestyle.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition when the muscles and ligaments supporting female pelvic organs weaken and cause pelvic organs including the bladder, uterus and the small or large bowel to drop lower in the pelvis, creating a bulge in the vagina, uterus, rectum or any combination of the above.
Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control. Urinary incontinence ranges from occasional small leakages to uncontrollable sudden and strong urges to urinate.
Urinary incontinence can be temporary or persistent. Temporary urinary incontinence is caused by certain foods and drinks that stimulate your bladder or some common medical conditions such as urinary tract infection or constipation.
Persistent urinary incontinence is caused by underlying physical problems or changes, such as:
• Pregnancy and childbirth
• Enlarged prostate
• Prostate cancer
• Neurological disorders that may lead to nerve damage.
Treatment available at: