How can FemiLift help urinary incontinence?

More than 13 million adults in the USA battle with urinary incontinence every day, many of which are female. Many women are compelled to endure the humiliation and burden of this undesirable condition. Luckily, the issue is treatable and doesn’t require a painful surgery to help alleviate the symptoms of urinary incontinence.

How Urinary Incontinence starts…

As soon as we learn how to go to the bathroom on our own, it becomes a habit that we rarely think about. We certainly never imagine losing the ability to decide when and where we go. Unfortunately, a small percentage of women experience urine leakage when doing everyday activities like jumping or laughing. Childbirth can make these symptoms worse and as menopause approaches it becomes necessary to take action regarding this condition.

Most women suffering from urinary incontinence deal with leakage or abruptly having the need to urinate, but don’t have the capacity to make it to the restroom in time. Urinary incontinence gets more extreme with age, especially those women who are perimenopausal. So what are the options for treating this condition without the pain or expense of surgery?

Introducing FemiLift as a powerful solution for urinary incontinence

The FemiLift treatment is an entirely safe and gentle laser innovation that eliminates the symptoms of urinary incontinence over an average of three treatments. It is totally painless and yields noticeable positive improvements immediately after the first treatment. Harnessing the power of CO2 pixel laser, a slim probe is inserted into the vaginal canal to target areas of the vagina that need treating. This causes the tissue and muscles encompassing the urethra to tighten and strengthen, supporting the bladder and allowing you to regain control of your bladder.

The visionary procedure is done on an outpatient basis, by one of our trained practitioners. Upon leaving the clinic, you will have the ability to go about your daily life free from the fear of urine leakage and loss of bladder control.

For more information about how the FemiLift treatment can help you combat the symptoms of urinary incontinence, call Dr. Brenman today at (267) 687-2180 and schedule your consultation today!

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