Treatment for Incontinence
The involuntary loss of bladder or bowel control (incontinence) affects more than 11 million American women. They may feel embarrassed and avoid certain social or work situations. Many women mistakenly believe incontinence is a normal part of aging without solution, so they are reluctant to tell their doctor. But usually, incontinence can be treated with success. Pelvic muscles should support the internal organs and prevent leakage. Often, pelvic retraining can retain and strengthen these muscles to provide control. Our office provides this non-surgical, painless treatment, which does not require drugs. We also do, of course, offer conventional surgical and medical options. Incontinence is common, but never normal. For more information or treatment, please start by making an appointment with any member of our staff.