TREATMENT

Incontinence Treatments


Various treatment options exist, each with their own advantages and disadvantages.

TREATMENTS

Urge Incontinence


Surgical:


Interstim - The therapy uses a small, implanted medical device to send mild electrical pulses to a nerve located just above the tailbone. This nerve, called the sacral nerve, controls the bladder and surrounding muscles that manage urinary function. The electrical stimulation may eliminate or reduce bladder control symptoms. Interstim therapy does not treat symptoms of stress incontinence.

Non-surgical:

  • Behavioral Changes
  • Botox
  • Dietary Changes
  • Pharmacological
  • Physical

Stress Incontinence


Surgical:

  • Bulking agents
  • Non-mesh option
  • Sling

Non-Surgical:

  • Kegel
  • Pessary
  • Physical
  • Weight loss

Pelvic Prolapse


Urology Centers of Alabama physicians not only specialize in the latest treatments for pelvic prolapse, but are also trained in dealing with mesh related complications.

Surgical

  • Da Vinci robotic surgery

Non-Surgical

  • Biofeedback
  • Pelvic floor retraining
  • Pessary