Continence and Pelvic Rehabilitation Service - Newham
This is a multi-disciplinary service which is based in the community.
It provides specialist continence assessment, investigations, treatment and support to residents of Newham from the age of five who have bladder, bowel or pelvic floor dysfunction. There is also specialist assessment and treatment for women with pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain.
Clients are seen in clinics, their own homes, schools, and day-care facilities. The service also provides educational support on the promotion and management of incontinence to medical, non-medical professionals, clients and carers, through training programmes, exhibitions, other health events and literature. The service also manages and oversees the continence products provision supplied to clients living in the community and residential homes in the borough of Newham.
Children and young adults between the ages of 5-19 years with additional needs are also provided with specialist support, advice and treatment. The service is a borough wide community service located at East Ham Care Centre.
29 Romford Road
- Children over the age of 5 years who have special needs,
- Adults residing in Newham either in their own home or in a residential care home.
- Education for schools, the local Community, all health professionals and voluntary organisations.
This service provides:
- Individual specialist assessment
- Diagnostic investigations
- Treatment and support in the clinic
- Joint home visits – for people with more complex difficulties who need to be assessed at home
- Education and advice to individuals and professionals on up-to-date methods of maintaining and promoting continence
- A telephone advisory service to clients and healthcare professionals. Callers will be contacted within 24 hours
Have you or any of your loved ones recently had prostate surgery and are experiencing issues?
Are you interested in meeting others who, like you, are coping with these issues?
Our wellbeing group will give you a chance to discuss your condition with other men and help you explore alternative treatment and management methods.
The group continues to grow with up to 15 attendees on average each month.
The men are very vocal and happy to share their experiences with each other.
They are enthusiastic about belonging to a group and being able to support each other
Referrals through GPs, Consultants and other health professionals and self-referrals.
Team Email: Eneberi.firstname.lastname@example.org
Speak to your GP, health professional or hospital team
Or call the Continence Service on 0208 475 2012, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, for further advice