Pelvic Floor Dysfunction / Incontinence
Pelvic floor dysfunction affects the ability to control your pelvic floor muscles, which can result in problems such as frequently needing to pee, leaking urine and constipation.
Overview of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction / Incontinence
Pelvic floor dysfunction (urinary incontinence or pelvic pain) in women and men is very common. This can be due to pelvic floor dysfunction due to childbirth, age or previous surgery.
Most cases of incontinence, and bladder or bowel weakness, can be improved with specialist physiotherapy.
Treatments for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction / Incontinence
At the Urology Partnership we have a highly experienced specialist physiotherapist called Diane Wooton who can work with you to improve your symptoms.
We also offer BTL EMSELLA pelvic floor rehabilitation at the Urology Partnership. EMSELLA is a physiotherapy treatment using High Intensity Focused ElectroMagnetic energy (HIFEM) to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles to contract and strengthen so that they support the pelvic organs.
Find out more about the EMSELLA treatment at the Urology Partnership.
Pelvic Floor Exercises
We recommend patients with pelvic floor dysfunction regularly undertake exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor and improve the ability to manage symptoms.
Get fast access to leading specialists for the swift diagnosis and treatment of urological conditions in a private clinic environment.
If you would like more information or wish to arrange a consultation with one of our specialist consultant urological surgeons then please either Call 0118 920 7040 or complete the form below.
Contact your GP and ask for a referral to the Urology Partnership.
All consultations, investigations and treatments are covered by major insurance companies (depending on policy).
Funding your own treatment
Self-funding initial consultation fee is £205. Follow up fees are £165.
Consultation charges are exclusive of any tests and other investigations that the consultant may wish to carry out.