The Urogynaecology team investigates and treats women referred with pelvic floor dysfunction. This includes woman with urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse or combined disorders.
The service is led by consultants, an advanced urogynaecology nurse specialist and a urodynamic nurse specilaist who co-ordinate the care you receive with a dedicated team of nurses, physiotherapist and continence advisor..
Urogynaecological investigations include urodynamic studies, pelvic floor, muscle re-education and bladder re-training programmes. It undertakes to treat patients both medically and surgically and its work is recognised both nationally and internationally. Significant research is undertaken to treat both incontinence, pelvic floor dysfunction and prolapse in a modern, dynamic manner.
The Pelvic Health Physiotherapy team hold clinics at Winchester and Basingstoke predominantly but also have some clinics at Alton Community Hospital and Andover War Memorial Hospital. They work as part of the Urogynaecology team to help with symptoms which can be related to pelvic floor dysfunction. These may include symptoms related to your bladder, bowel and sexual function. You can also be referred to our service by your GP or your midwife.
How to exercise your pelvic floor muscles
Retraining your bladder and Bladder diary
For large print versions and other useful publications, please visit the patient information leaflet library.
Looking after your 3rd or 4th degree tear - from birth up to 6 weeks post delivery
Looking after your 3rd or 4th degree tear - from 6 weeks post delivery and beyond
Looking after your perineum post delivery
Completing a bladder diary
How to re-train your bladder
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