Concerns over feminine wellness and Urinary (or bladder) incontinence occurs when you are not able to keep urine from leaking out of your urethra. The urethra is the tube that carries urine out of your body from your bladder. You may leak urine from time to time.
The three main types of urinary incontinence are:
Stress incontinence – occurs during activities like coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercise.
Urge incontinence – occurs are a result of a strong, sudden need to urinate immediately. Then the squeezes and you lose urine. You don’t have enough time after you feel the need to urinate to get to the bathroom before you do urinate.
Overflow incontinence – occurs when the bladder does not empty and the volume of urine exceed its capacity. This leads to dribbling.
For women’s treatment of Urinary Incontinence, we recommend:
ThermiVa is a quick, non-invasive, non-ablative treatment delivering physician controlled radiofrequency energy. Unlike lasers that burn tissue, thermiva does not burn tissue but instead it gently heats tissue increasing blood flow and stimulating collagen.
Collagen is a protein that makes your skin firm and elastic. The natural aging process can diminish collagen. When tissue has less collagen, it can lose it's youthful appearance.
By using radiofrequency energy, skin is heated to stimulate and re-build your body's own collagen, naturally.
Treaments using radiofrequency technology are widely used in dermatology and aesthetic medicine.
A convenient radiofrequency treatment, performed in-office.
|Non-invasive, non-ablative, non-surgical, and no anesthesia required|
|Delivered at your comfort level|
Suitable for women
May be combined with PRP injections to enhance the effects of radiofrequency.
Are you feeling embarrassed and finding ways to get rid of dark underarms? The dark underarms are often a symptom of acanthosis nigricans, a skin disorder typically occurs in people who have an underlying medical condition, such as diabetes or obesity. It is people at risk of developing acanthosis nigricans or other areas of the body and the risk factors are as follows:
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