Non Surgical Treatment for Urinary Incontinence at Lona Sasser Ob-Gyn
Find Non Surgical Treatment for Urinary Incontinence in Coral Springs, Florida
Are you suffering from urinary incontinence and seeking a non surgical treatment option? Get non surgical treatment for urinary incontinence at a trusted local obstetrics and gynecology practice: Lona Sasser Obstetrics and Gynecology in Coral Springs. We can counsel you on effective non surgical treatment options for urinary incontinence, as well as perform gentle, minimally invasive pelvic floor stimulation. We have been providing compassionate, patient-centered care for the women of South Florida since 2013. Keep reading to learn about the non surgical treatment for urinary incontinence we offer at our practice. Then, then book an appointment with Dr. Lona Sasser or Dr. Mary Squire-De Leon.
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Urinary Incontinence: What Causes It?
Urinary incontinence is often caused by weakened pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor is a weave of muscular, ligamentous, and connective tissue that lines the inside base of the pelvis and supports the pelvic organs: the reproductive organs, rectum, bladder and urethra. When the muscles of the pelvic floor are weakened, urinary incontinence – uncontrolled bladder leakage – can result. There are many possible causes of weakened pelvic floor muscles, including pregnancy and childbirth. Other causes of urinary incontinence can include overactive bladder muscles, nerve damage, chronic bladder inflammation and other bladder conditions, and more.
At our practice, we will be happy to help you find relief from urinary incontinence. Book an appointment today!
Non Surgical Treatment for Urinary Incontinence: What Are My Options?
The American College of Physicians recommends kegel exercises, bladder training, and weight loss to help with urinary incontinence. The ob-gyns at our practice can counsel you on all of these options. At Lona Sasser Obstetrics and Gynecology, we also provide pelvic floor stimulation, an effective non surgical treatment for urinary incontinence. In this procedure, small electronic waves of stimulation are delivered to the muscles and nerves of the bladder and pelvic floor via a sensor. This stimulation causes a tightening or contracting of these nerves and muscles, which strengthens them. An average treatment program lasts three to six months.
If you are experiencing uncomfortable urinary incontinence symptoms, know that you can experience relief with help from a gynecologist. To discuss these and more options for non surgical treatment for urinary incontinence, book an appointment today!
Testimonials From Our Patients
“Always a pleasure visiting Dr. Squire-De Leon and her staff. Highly professional and personable.They make you feel welcomed and comfortable!” – Andrea S., Verified Patient on ZocDoc
“So happy with Sasser! She’s kind, intelligent, & straight to the point.” – Sarah D., Verified Patient on ZocDoc
Sources for This Article:
Pelvic Floor Stimulation – National Association for Continence
Female Urinary Incontinence: Non Surgical Treatment – WebMD
What Is Urinary Incontinence? – Everyday Health