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Bladder, bowel and pelvic floor problems are highly prevalent and can occur at any age and stage of life. A person's quality of life can be greatly affected.

There is no need to suffer in silence.

There is now more than ever an extensive range of treatments, medicines and products that can assist in effectively managing symptoms and in some cases curing symptoms completely.

Do you suffer with any of the following?

  • Do you wet yourself when you cough, sneeze, laugh or exercise?
  • Do you go to the toilet more than 8 times a day?
  • Do you get up more than once during the night to go to the toilet?
  • Do you get very little warning before needing to go to the toilet?
  • Do you have trouble controlling your bowels?
  • Have you ever been diagnosed or suspect you may have a vaginal prolapse?
  • Do you suffer with pelvic floor muscle / vaginal pain?
  • Do you feel that your pelvic floor muscle tone and control has diminished?

If you have answered yes to any of the above questions then our Specialist Continence Physiotherapist, Diane Davies can help you.

During your first appointment a thorough assessment, including a discussion about your work, lifestyle, surgical and medical history, as well as the appropriate physical examination will be carried out, to ascertain the exact nature of your problem.

Following this, the diagnosis and possible treatments will be discussed with you and a treatment plan formulated.

This may involve one or a combination of the following: provision of an individualised pelvic floor exercise programme (following assessment to ensure correct technique), bladder re-training, fluid advice, biofeedback, pelvic floor neuro-muscular electrical stimulation, vaginal weighted cones, relaxed breathing techniques, core stability work, manual therapy techniques applied to the pelvic floor and advice on lifestyle and self-help.

For further information or advice or to make an appointment please contact Diane Davies at the Grosvenor Clinic.

You may find the link below to the bladder and bowel foundation website useful:

For your information there are also i-phone apps available to download such as Kegel Trainer Lite (free to download) and Squeezy-the NHS Physiotherapy App for Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises (£2.99 to download).

Some women find such apps useful to aid motivation and adherence to pelvic floor muscle training.

Please be aware however that success of pelvic floor training is reliant on correct exercise technique and intensity of exercise dependent on your initial starting strength. It is therefore advisable to seek professional advice and assessment prior to embarking on such a programme of exercise.

For more information on the conditions we treat and services we offer, or to book an appointment please call
023 9223 3288 or email us at

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