Stomach, bowel and bladder
Problems with stomach, bowel and bladder can limit your everyday freedom. Let us help you explore the options available to repair or minimise your issues and regain the confidence to live the life you love.
Healthy eating is the best way to ensure the continued health of your stomach and bowels. Hernias are a common complaint, and can be treated through general surgery. If you do have problems with your bowel a colonoscopy can often be employed to diagnose. Recovery from any surgery in this area can benefit from guided physiotherapy and tailored exercise programs.
A strong pelvic floor can be the key to preventing, improving or curing urinary stress incontinence – as well as a range of other women’s health issues. Rachel Bromley demonstrates simple exercises you can do to help take back control of your bladder.
As many as 1 in 3 women experience urinary 'stress' incontinence (USI) urinary 'stress' incontinence (USI) a type of incontinence often caused by damage to - or the weakening of - the . Weak pelvic floor muscles and urinary sphincters simply aren’t strong enough to prevent urine from leaking when your bladder is under stress, for example – when you sneeze, cough, or exercise.
Many hernias won’t cause immediate pain or problems, but they can present a real risk if left untreated. Here’s how to spot a hernia and what to do next.
Natalie battled eating disorders including anorexia and bulimia for over a decade. Now. Nuffield Health's former Professional Head of Nutrition tells us how her experience has helped her to support others.
Two decades of unhealthy eating had made Alison obese, diabetic and unhappy. She came to Nuffield Health desperate for a solution that might finally work. This is her story.
Suffering from poor digestion can be a miserable experience. You may be experiencing symptoms of bloating, diarrhoea, constipation or gas, which can make life very uncomfortable.
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