Bladder

Our Bladder Clinic is a service wholly focused on bladder problems, including all types of incontinence, interstitial cystitis and kidney stones treatment.

We regularly provide effective treatment for patients whose previous treatment did not work and for those living with debilitating, complex conditions.

We specialise in complex surgery not widely provided elsewhere.

Bladder articles from the blog

Featuring articles by our experts and patients' viewpoint

Overactive bladder and Urge Incontinence – My Story

Overactive bladder and urge incontinence do not just affect older people. Caroline Mills was only 25 when this distressing condition started. It would take many years – and a huge amount of determination – before Caroline had effective treatment with specialist bladder surgery. “I was 25 when it all started. An urge to go to […]

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BPC consultant Paul Anderson wins prestigious military award

BPC consultant Paul Anderson and his team were given a prestigious award by the Surgeon General of the Army in recognition of their work with injured soldiers. Mr Anderson is a key member of the Military Genitourinary Working Group treating soldiers with severe injuries, usually from bomb blasts. The team was awarded the Military and […]

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High profile, regular appearances in this series of Embarrassing Bodies for BPC consultant Paul Anderson

BPC’s Paul Anderson, nationally recognised for his expertise in genito-urethral reconstruction, will be regularly featured in this series of Channel4’s Embarrassing Bodies. Mr Anderson has been acknowledged in reviews as the star of the Channel Four hit series and will feature throughout series eight, now screening. The BPC specialist, who is based at West Midlands […]

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The BPC response to the ban on synthetic (TVT) based slings and vaginal meshes in Scotland

For some time, there have been very serious concerns about whether vaginal slings and meshes constructed from synthetic material are safe. This week there was a significant and unexpected new development when the Scottish Health Minister issued a ban on all synthetic sling and vaginal mesh procedures while further investigations were carried out. Although the […]

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