Treatments for women's bladder, pelvic floor and incontinence problems

Once you have had a Urodynamic Study done and a correct diagnosis has been made, your doctor can discuss an appropriate management plan with you.

Different types of bladder problemspelvic floor problems and urinary incontinence require different treatments. They can vary from several forms of physiotherapy to medications, hormone treatment and occasionally, surgery.

Current options for incontinence often require minimal time in hospital and have a rapid recovery with excellent results.

Why you need to see a specialist

Because different types of incontinence (stress, urge and overflow incontinence) often occur together in the same woman, it is difficult to make an accurate diagnosis clinically.

This is why it's so important to get your medical practioner to refer you for urodynamics to accurately diagnose your problem.

Visit a centre located near you

A referral from your doctor is required to have a Urodynamic Study done.

Your doctor may have our referral forms. If not they can download it from this site. Alternatively you can download one and take it to your doctor to complete.

Click here to download a referral form

Like to book an appointment for an assessment and test?

Call us in Sydney on (02) 9790 6969 

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Patients

If you are suffering from urinary incontinence, bladder prolapse or pelvic floor problems, our highly experienced team of urogynaecologists and nurses can help.

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Doctors

We provide a wide range of specialist diagnostic services and medical management recommendations - to help you give your patients the best possible care.

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As leading sub-specialist urogynaecologists we are involved in training, research and publishing a range of educational material for patients and doctors.

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