Urinary incontinence laser therapy
A CO2 laser applied inside the vagina promotes changes in tissue that can improve symptoms for many women experiencing urine leakage.
It is shown as an alternative to surgical intervention. This technique does not require hospitalisation, is performed without anaesthesia and is completely safe in the hands of qualified specialists. It is a recommended treatment for cases of genuine stress incontinence.
Why should this technique be performed?
The success of this treatment for preventing urine leakage has been shown various studies.
- The treatment can be performed as an outpatient procedure and is quick and painless.
- It should be accompanied by exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, providing an integrated and holistic solution to the condition.
- Laser treatment for urinary incontinence usually consists of 2-3 sessions. The duration of each session is 15-20 minutes.