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Incontinence can be an embarrassing, even debilitating problem for some men. Though it occurs more often as people get older, it isn't an inevitable consequence of aging.
Incontinence can be caused by everyday habits, underlying medical conditions or physical problems.
Our Emsella treatment is designed to focus on developing the pelvic floor musculature associated with urine retention.
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Treatment for urinary incontinence in women depends on the type of incontinence, its severity, and the underlying cause. A combination of treatments may yield the best results.
Focusing on developing the pelvic floor muscles, the rejuvenation of the vaginal walls, and stimulation through PRP we are able to treat incontinence from many angles.
This combination of treatments covers a wide array of underlying incontinence causing issues.
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For men and women, the problems associated with poor pelvic health can have severe effects on their quality of life. It can lead to social anxiety as well as many other ancillary problems. Often many people "deal" with the condition by using adult diapers, or other inconvenient means.
Our treatments utilize the latest technology to give you a better quality of life. Our goal is to eliminate the hassle associated with pelvic health issues by treating the problem at the source. Helping you to gain control and feel better.
What Is Incontinence?
Urinary incontinence simply means leaking urine. Incontinence can range from leaking just a few drops of urine to complete emptying of the bladder.
There are 3 types of UI comprising stress urinary incontinence (SUI), urge incontinence and mixed urinary incontinence (MUI).
It is common for other symptoms to occur along with urinary incontinence:
Urgency—Having a strong urge to urinate
Frequency—Urinating (also called voiding) more often than what is usual for you
Nocturia—Waking from sleep to urinate
Nocturnal enuresis—Leaking urine while sleeping