Over 4.8 million Australians have bladder or bowel incontinence and because of the embarrassing nature of this problem, many suffer in silence.
Deloitte Access Economics estimated that the cost of incontinence to the health system is expected to rise to $450 million by 2020.
Newer methods of treating incontinence mean that many people who have been suffering with this condition and have not responded to older treatments, can now be managed effectively and without the reliance on incontinence pads.
We have assembled a multidisciplinary team of specialists from various medical fields including Gynaecology, Urology and Colorectal surgery.
Specialists at the Australian Centre for Bladder and Bowel Incontinence provide a range of procedural interventions including Botulinum Toxin injections and Sacral Nerve Stimulation and Minimally Invasive Sling Surgery.