The Continence Foundation of Ireland (CFI) was founded in September 2005 by a group of 10 independent gynaecologists and urologists in Ireland with an interest in female incontinence and pelvic floor reconstructive surgery.


CFI 2014 Final Brochure.pdf

Continence Foundation of Ireland Annual Report 2014.docx

CFI Pelvic Floor Symposium 2014.doc


Bladder control problems have a significant effect on the quality of life of sufferers on a physical, emotional and social level. Continence is a necessity for comfortable social adjustment and conversely, urinary incontinence frequently causes profound psychological and social consequences and restricts social activities (Wyman et al., 1990).

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Chartered Physiotherapists in Women's Health and Continence work with all aspects of physiotherapy relating to women's health and continence, but also treat men and children who present to them with issues of bladder, bowel and other pelvic floor problems.

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