Faecal Incontinence (Bowel Leakage) and what can you do?

Faecal Incontinence (Bowel Leakage) and what can you do?

By Amy Tinetti, APA Titled Continence Physiotherapist What is Faecal Incontinence? Faecal incontinence is the involuntary loss of stool (poo) or wind. This could be a smear of stool on your underwear to the loss of a whole stool. What are the causes of Faecal...
Overactive Bladder

Overactive Bladder

What is Overactive Bladder? Overactive bladder (OAB) is a continence condition where a person experiences increased urgency to urinate. Some describe it as a sudden desperate urge to empty their bladder. These people may also go to the toilet several times a day or...
Pain with Sex and Tampon Insertion

Pain with Sex and Tampon Insertion

Pain during sex and pain whilst inserting a tampon is a common and frustrating issue many women have. You may not realise, but a women’s health physiotherapist is qualified to be able to help you overcome this sensitive issue. Do you have any of the following...
Physiotherapy before and after prostate cancer surgery

Physiotherapy before and after prostate cancer surgery

By Amy Tinetti, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist Prostate cancer surgery and how it can affect bladder control Urinary leakage is likely to occur after prostate surgery as some of the muscles which help with bladder control can be damaged or removed during prostate...