Light bladder leakage is not fun. It can be embarrassing, annoying and change the way you do things if your life revolves around the bathroom. Good news! Relief from incontinence can be just a procedure away with our painless, RF laser treatment.
Incontinence is one of the hidden secrets that is a much more common problem for women than most people even know. Dr. Kimbrough can help locate the source of the issue and put you on a treatment plan that is geared towards your health and lifestyle.
What is Urinary Incontinence?
Our laser treatment provides one of the best treatment options because for urinary incontinence by getting at the underlying cause of the problem. Incontinence can occur following traditional vaginal births in women ages 20-40 who are not affected by reduced estrogen levels, but naturally after pregnancy (postpartum), and after menopause (even induced menopause) your estrogen production levels can drop off. This can also happen after treatment for cancer or trauma or even due to genetic and other aging-related factors. When this happens, tissue regeneration of muscular structure is halted, resulting in the bladder and the urinary tract becoming deficient, leading to incontinence. Simply put, the core of the problem is a slowed down collagen production cycle.
When your body is not producing enough new hyaluronic acid, your system’s natural collagen production cycle is disrupted, and when new collagen production drops off vaginal atrophy can take hold. One of the most common symptoms of vaginal atrophy is urinary incontinence. There are various forms of incontinence, which can include:
- Stress Incontinence
- Urge Incontinence
- Overflow Incontinence
- Overactive Bladder
How Does It Work:
The Geneveve treatment uses clinically-proven cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF) to uniformly deliver gentle volumetric heating while cooling delicate surface tissue. This unique technology stimulates the body’s natural collagen formation process. The Geneveve treatment is a comfortable, single-session, 30-minute treatment performed by a trained healthcare professional in an outpatient setting. Currently used in many countries around the world, the Geneveve treatment has benefitted thousands of women and improved their health and quality of life.
How Many Treatments Are Required?
Often, patients can see a difference in just one to two 10-minute treatments. Gentle pulses allow 360 degree treatment in one procedure, and while results can appear after the first treatment, incontinence is often effectively treated in just two or three sessions, each scheduled one month apart.
Will There Be Any Downtime?
The beauty of this procedure is that there is no downtime. Patients will feel a warming sensation during the procedure that does not last long. It’s so easy to do, it can be scheduled on a long lunch break, before or after work, or in between errands. You won’t miss a beat!
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