Faecal Incontinence

The loss of bowel control is a devastating problem for many people worldwide and can affect men and women of all ages. Severe faecal incontinence, the accidental loss of solid or liquid stool at least weekly, is an especially debilitating problem that radically it affects everyday life. Yet with the right treatment, sufferers can be freed from the severe restrictions imposed upon them by this affliction. Although it presents a challenging and complicated problem for both patient and physician, it’s important to remember that help is available.

A.M.I. Soft Anal Band – an implantable sphincter prosthesis

Our anal band is an implantable sphincter prosthesis, or in other words, a surgically-implanted device that simulates the natural function of the anal sphincter muscle to give the patient improved control over bowel movements. It is a small, fluid-filled system with several components, all of which are implanted under the patient’s skin.