Urinary incontinence is a common problem that involves the loss of bladder control. Stress incontinence is frequent among women, especially those experiencing menopause, and causes urine to leak when you exert pressure on your bladder, such as when you sneeze, cough, laugh, or exercise. If you are tired of living with these embarrassing leaks, we offer a selection of effective treatment options!
At our office, we offer diVa™ laser vaginal therapy, which uses laser energy to restore, revive, and renew your feminine wellness without extensive procedures or downtime. This treatment offers many benefits including improvement of mild stress urinary incontinence and increased vaginal lubrication, tone, and laxity.
The O-Shot uses the healing properties of a patient’s own PRP to trigger new cell growth and tissue regeneration to provide support for the bladder and urethra. It is also believed that PRP can assist in rebuilding the nerves associated with bladder control. During this procedure, your blood will be drawn and placed into a special machine that will separate the platelet-rich plasma from the rest of the blood. Then, this PRP is placed into a syringe and injected into the necessary areas for overall improvement.
Women who receive this treatment report a great decrease in their urinary incontinence symptoms, resulting in increased daily confidence.
To learn more about our urinary incontinence solutions, please contact Grand Pearl Spa today to schedule a consultation appointment. Our knowledgeable team will create a personalized treatment plan just for you to help make your health goals a reality.
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