December 2nd, 2011

If you have recurrent problems with bowel control, you are not alone. While bowel incontinence or BCD (bowel control disorder) affects both genders, up to one-third of women, particularly those who have had children, are likely to have some level of BCD. Sadly, the overwhelming majority (80%) suffer in silence.*

However – there is a new treatment option.

Secca therapy is an effective and minimally invasive treatment that bridges the gap between conservative therapies and invasive surgery or implants for BCD. Up to 84% of Secca patients experience significant improvements.*

Call Karen on 0844 561 6606 and visit our website click for further details.

(*clinical studies available)