At KIMS Hospital and Sevenoaks Medical Centre, we work with specialist teams that support urinary incontinence conditions with the utmost professionalism and confidentiality, helping you to restore your confidence.
Many women experience weakened pelvic muscles or tears in the connective tissue due to excessive strain on the pelvis – most commonly as a result of childbirth, strenuous activity and menopause, but also from chronic disease or following pelvic surgery, such as hysterectomy.
We understand that problems with urinary incontinence or pelvic floor disorders can be distressing and may leave some people feeling embarrassed, which is why we have specialist urogynaecology teams to treat your needs within comfortable, private facilities.
A seamless service to provide you with the support you need
You may have seen a general Gynaecologist or even a Urologist who may refer you to the urogynaecology team who specialise in these conditions, providing a rounded and seamless service. We can help to treat a range of conditions affecting your pelvic floor muscles and strengthen your bowel, bladder, uterus, vagina and rectum, helping you maintain a normal, care-free lifestyle.
We are proud of the exceptional levels of care and support we provide at our facilities. All Consultants will discuss your concerns and symptoms with sensitivity and respect, adding security and peace of mind to your experience.
Consultants who specialise in urogynaecology are available at:
KIMS Hospital, Maidstone
Sevenoaks Medical Centre
- Make a general enquiry
- Appointment enquiry
Our team are on hand to help answer any queries you might have about coming to KIMS Hospital or Sevenoaks Medical Centre. You can use the form below and one of our team will be in touch. Alternatively to speak to a member of our team, please call 01622 237 500.
If you would like to book an appointment, you can use the form below and one of our team will be in touch.
Alternatively to speak to a member of our team, please call 01622 237 500.
Please be aware, if you are requesting a diagnostic scan such as an MRI, or CT, you must have a referral from a relevant clinician or Allied Health professional such as a physiotherapist.