Diagnosis and Treatment
For people experiencing faecal incontinence, there are treatments available. These treatments can assist in reducing symptoms.
When you see a colorectal surgeon for treatment, you might be offered an anorectal physiology study. This is a way of investigating the causes of the faecal incontinence. Once the causes have been explored, it can be easier to design an appropriate therapy.
If you’d like to learn more about treatment of faecal incontinence at Coast Colorectal, you can read about our Coast Colorectal Anal Physiology Lab.