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What we do

We assess women with lower urinary tract conditions, prolapse and associated problems such as incontinence. We also advise patients on stress incontinence; overactive bladder; intermittent self-catheterisation; pelvic floor therapy; bladder retraining; and continence and prolapse surgery.

We are at the forefront of research into all areas of urogynaecology, so our patients benefit from the latest surgical and drug treatments. We offer a wide range of investigations and carry out certain surgery as a day case or outpatient procedure.

The services we provide include:

  • one-stop assessment, investigation and treatment planning clinics
  • specialist care for older people through our Urodynamic Clinic for the Assessment and Review of the Elderly (UCARE)
  • follow-up urogynaecology
  • incontinence and prolapse surgery
  • drug therapy
  • treatment of overactive bladder using percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation
  • perineal clinics
  • pessary clinics
  • catheter care
  • bladder retraining and physiotherapy patient education classes.


Suite 8, Third Floor, Golden Jubilee Wing, King’s College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS

Contact Details

  • Main Reception: +44 (0)20 3299 3568

Patient information leaflets

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Exercise after pregnancy – how to get started697 KB
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Conditions we treat

We provide clinical assessment of women with lower urinary tract dysfunction, prolapse and associated problems including incontinence. Our clinics offer a range of investigations, including:

  • urine analysis
  • uroflowmetry
  • ultrasound
  • urodynamics
  • subtracted provocative cystometry and pressure flow studies
  • video-cystourethography
  • cysto-urethroscopy and bladder base biopsy
  • urethral pressure profilometry
  • ambulatory urodynamics
  • pad testing
  • electromyography.

We also provide advice on:

  • urodynamic stress incontinence
  • overactive bladder
  • intermittent self-catheterisation
  • pelvic floor therapy
  • pharmaceutical therapy
  • surgery for continence and prolapse
  • perineal conditions
  • catheter care
  • bladder retraining and physiotherapy patient education classes.

Booking a patient at King’s

GPs should refer via NHS e-referral (e-RS) wherever possible.

Other ways to refer

Routine Referrals

Other healthcare professionals can refer by letter to:

Department of Urogynaecology and Urodynamics
King’s College Hospital
Denmark Hill
London SE5 9RS

Emergency Referrals

Emergency referrals for inpatients only.

Key Clinical Staff

Name Role
Ms Sheila Lowe CNS Urogynaecology
Mr Dudley Robinson Consultant Urogynaecologist
Miss Sushma Srikrishna Consultant Obstetrics and Urogynaecology
Miss Rowena Woods Clinical Nurse Specialist