We take a detailed history of your problem and figure out what are the contributing factors and advise how best to manage your problem.  Here are some common complaints we see:

  • Urinary Urge Incontinence – Urge incontinence is not being able to control holding on to your urine when you get the urge to empty your bladder.
  • Urinary Stress Incontinence – Stress incontinence is when your bladder is put under pressure quickly with a cough, sneeze, laugh, jump or run and you leak urine.  You can leak either a small or a large amount.
  • Overactive Bladder – This is when you go to the toilet too frequently and don’t hold a large volume of urine.
  • Painful Bladder Syndrome – This is when you experience pain in your bladder which is relieved by emptying your bladder.
  • Bowel Dysfunction – Faecal Incontinence is a lack of control of your bowel movements to a small or large extent.  Constipation is a common cause of pelvic floor dysfunction causing urinary and pain symptoms.  We work with dieticians with a BSc in Human Nutrition & Dietetics.   We advise about defecation dynamics and advise you about how to relax your pelvic floor.