Stress Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Idaho Falls
Stress Incontinence (SUI) is an extremely common and distressing condition that affects a high percentage of women as they age. This condition may be caused by a loss of sub-urethral support, usually as a result of pelvic support structure damage.
What is Urinary Incontinence Treatment
At Ridgeline Aesthetics, our caring team knows the dilemma and distress you may experience when it comes to urinary incontinence. Also called urine leakage, the condition can happen when physical stress is placed on the muscles that control the bladder, like when you cough, sneeze, exercise, or laugh. This unintentional condition is often caused by natural changes pertaining to menopause, childbirth, and pregnancy. Our staff utilizes the Alma FemiLift Pixel CO2 laser to perform urinary incontinence treatments. This non-surgical procedure works to foster your body’s natural formation of elastin and collagen to help strengthen your bladder muscles and minimize leakage. Contact our office in Idaho Falls, ID to hear more and book an appointment.
How it Works
- Uses powerful energy to achieve a deep thermal effect
- Stimulates collagen renewal and the elastin of fibers
- Induces rejuvenation and tissue remodeling
- Increases the thickness of the vaginal walls
Significant Reduction in SUI Symptoms
- Improved control of urination
- Long-term patient continence
- Better support to the mid urethra underside
Urinary Incontinence Treatment FAQs
How many treatments will I need?
The exact number of urinary incontinence treatments will depend on the specific issue you are dealing with. Typically, patients can expect about 2 – 3 treatments over the course of a few weeks. During your initial consultation at Ridgeline Aesthetics, we will find out about your symptoms and provide more details about your personalized treatment plan.
What are the different types and causes of urinary incontinence?
Everyone has specific nerves and muscles that help work to strengthen the bladder. If these nerves and muscles become damaged, you may not be able to hold in urine like you once did, especially when you sneeze or laugh. Urinary incontinence tends to affect women in particular since pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause are common causes of the condition.
There are several different kinds of urinary incontinence, including:
Is urinary incontinence a permanent condition?
In general, urinary incontinence is not permanent, although it won’t necessarily just go away on its own. There are many different methods that can address this condition. Our team in Idaho Falls, ID is extremely knowledgeable in the ways to address urinary incontinence. In addition to laser treatments, we may provide instructions for pelvic floor exercises or lifestyle changes you could make.