Archive: incontinence

4th June 2019

Bad press and misinformation are making it needlessly difficult for specialists to perform incontinence surgery. ¬†READ ARTICLE ON WOMENS’ HEALTH WEBSITE.

4th January 2016

What urogynaecology, prolapse and incontinence mean to women   Affects one out of three women Pelvic floor disorders are very common affecting approximately one out of two woman. The main forms of pelvic floor disorders include pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence and/or fecal incontinence. It is estimated that approximately one out of every three women […]

24th October 2015

Incontinence pads can be a life-saver   Dr Jeffery is regularly asked by patients about the use of incontinence pads. While it is a last resort for many women, it will often improve the quality of life remarkably. More information and examples of the ideal pads can be seen at the following links:   Tena […]

5th October 2015

An informative radio interview with Dr Jeffery on urinary ¬†incontinence has been posted under the videos section. Why don’t you listen and educate yourself on this important condition?

17th September 2015

Access to surgery for pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence is often limited. If you live in Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, or even George and Mossel Bay – here’s some good news: Drs Jeffery and Kruger will be making regular surgical trips along the Garden Route. They will collaborate with doctors in Plettenberg Bay Medi-Clinic, Knysna Life […]