Free Nurse Helpline

Offer ends: 31 August 2018

Are you living with bladder or bowel incontinence and your current treatment plan is still not improving your condition? We are providing a free Nurse Support Helpline to help those living with continence issues. This support service is provided for you to understand more about your condition and about whether you may be suitable for nerve stimulation treatment, a treatment for both bowel and bladder incontinence. To talk to our nurse all you need to do is complete a short registration form and provide us with your contact details and whether you prefer to correspond with our nurse via email or talk over the phone:

Bladder and bowel incontinence issues can be debilitating, embarrassing and can have a real impact on your day to day life. There are numerous treatments available which can help you better manage or stop your symptoms, however for many people these treatments are not enough.

Nerves carry information to and from the brain, and when these messages are not transmitted properly continence issues can occur. InterStim™ Therapy can help restore nerve activity so that you can relieve your bladder or bowel normally.

If you would like to understand more about your condition and about whether you may be suitable for this treatment, register your interest by completing our nurse support interest form.

In the meantime, if you'd like more information please visit our dedicated educational pages for nerve stimulation in bowel and bladder incontinence.

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