Urogynaecology services include the care of women with incontinence, bladder problems including recurrent urinary tract infections, bladder pain and voiding difficulties.
Urodynamic testing assesses the function of the bladder and urethra. It is often useful in the assessment and diagnosis of patients presenting with lower urinary tract symptoms.
Our pelvic floor clinic is for women with recurrent or complex pelvic organ prolapse.
We have a multidisciplinary approach, which includes both urology and colorectal surgeons.
The urogynaecology service is supported by physiotherapists.
General gynaecology: 020 7794 0500 ext 31680, 31681, 31682 and 31684
Chase Farm Hospital
Royal Free Hospital
Phones and emails are monitored Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Patients are referred by GP via the NHS e-Referral Service for all locations.
If patients require urodynamic testing (also known as urodynamic studies), they will be referred by a consultant to a urogynaecology nurse. For pelvic floor, the patient will be referred by a consultant to physiotherapy.