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Continence Assessments for bowel/bladder dysfunction secondary to neurological disease, work closely with women's health physio service/urology and colorectal services. Home visits for housebound people, education and support to healthcare health professionals.

Clinic hours: City of Coventry Health Centre – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday - 8:30am - 4:30pm

Paybody Building, 2 Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry, CV1 4FS

Tel: 02476 961428

Registered with Coventry GP; health professional, via Integrated Single Point of Access.

The aim of the Continence team is to improve the symptoms of any bladder/bowel dysfunction, giving the person back an element of control and reducing any impact it may be having on their and their carer’s quality of life.

Services offered include:

Comprehensive continence assessment for any bladder or bowel dysfunction

Home visits for housebound people;

A range of treatments, promotion, exercises or management systems;

Education and support to other healthcare professionals;

Working closely with the women’s health physiotherapy service and the urology and colorectal services.

Each patient with a continence problem will start with a comprehensive assessment, including a review of their bladder and bowel habit history.

During the first assessment, the clinician will discuss the nature of the continence problem with the patient and note down any past medical history, along with care previously provided. A Care Plan will then be agreed between the patient and the clinician.

Full continence cannot be guaranteed, but the nurse will set a realistic goal and together you will work towards achieving it.

CONfidence App

The free-to-download CONfidence app provides practical health advice, self-care tips and links to support for people with bladder and bowel leakage (incontinence).

Download the app through the Apple App Store or on Google Play.