1 in 20 women have urinary incontinence. The most commonly prescribed treatments are not practical for some patients and do not deliver the results expected. We have treatment that shows improvement in 90% of women, and best of all, it's non-surgical.
- Overactive bladder muscles
- Weakened pelvic floor muscles
- Nerve damage that affects bladder control
- Interstitial cystitis (chronic bladder inflammation) or other bladder conditions
- A disability or limitation that makes it difficult to get to the toilet quickly
- Side effects from a prior surgery