what is Urinary Incontinence Treatment?
At Raw Rejuvenation and Wellness, our compassionate providers understand the embarrassment and distress you may experience when dealing with urinary incontinence. Also referred to as lack of bladder control, the issue can emerge when physical stress is placed on the muscles that control the bladder, such as when you cough, sneeze, engage in strenuous activity, or laugh. This involuntary problem is typically caused by changes in the body after advanced age, injury, pregnancy, childbirth, or menopause. To treat urinary incontinence, our wellness center offers laser therapy with the Alma FemiLift Pixel CO2 system. This noninvasive procedure helps to prompt your body's natural production of collagen and elastin, which can strengthen your bladder muscles and alleviate urges. Contact our office in Millcreek, UT to schedule an appointment with one of our seasoned experts, Alisa Wright, RN, Heather Darling, FNP-IFMCP, or Dr. Vanessa M. Hart.
"Wonderful experience! I'll be back."- Anonymous / Office Visit / Mar 04, 2021
"Where to begin? Heather has been the missing piece for my health. I have spent years with various health issues that were "diagnosed" and prescribed a pill. The pill never worked and the "diagnoses" never stuck. The only result of the constant doctor visits was increased frustration and helplessness. I was at the end of my rope and then Heather came into my life. She took the time not to just listen to my symptoms, but to understand me and then she began to understand my body. The care, empathy, and knowledge she demonstrated in her approach to my health was uplifting and reassuring. I am now healthy and able to live my life with improved numbers, gut health, and understanding of my body. THANK YOU!! If you are done with the typical approach to medicine come see Heather. You won't be disappointed."- M.C. / Google / Nov 23, 2020
"The best part of my experience with Raw Inside and Out, is to finally have a real conversation about my health and my future health. Heather is always accessible when I need her and as an educator I can see that she continues to stay on top of new studies and techniques in personal health! Glad I found her!"- L.R. / Google / Oct 23, 2020
"Heather helped me start a healthier eating lifestyle 2.5 years ago. It helped my "numbers" improve dramatically, but most important, it made me feel better. I continue to work with Heather as she is so knowledgeable. Her understanding of functional medicine and its application to those of us in need, is exceptional. I highly recommend working with Heather to help yourself!"- J.K. / Google / Oct 23, 2020
"I have struggled with my skin, digestion, and hormones for a while and tried a lot of different things. Once I explained my symptoms to Heather she was able to access the tests I needed to take (food sensitivity/hormone test) and I began to understand my body’s needs on a different level. We're still fine-tuning everything because healing from within takes time but I've noticed quite the shift for the time that's been committed to change. It's crazy how common it is for us to live life with pains or digestive issues that become our new normal. Your health is important and I can assure you that you'll be in goods hands here. Great vibes and wonderful results."- L.M. / Google / Oct 23, 2020
urinary incontinence treatment faqs
How many urinary incontinence treatments will I need?
The number of sessions needed to address bladder leakage depends on your unique condition. Generally, most patients undergo 2 – 3 treatments. During your initial appointment at Raw Rejuvenation and Wellness in Millcreek, UT, we'll review your medical history and provide a recommendation on how many sessions you may need.
What causes urinary incontinence?
We all have specialized muscles and nerves in our bodies that help control our bladder. When these muscles and nerves aren't functioning properly, it can have negative impacts on our urinary system. Urinary incontinence can impact both men and women but is generally more common in female patients.
Can urinary incontinence go away on its own?
Yes. In many cases, urinary incontinence can improve on its own. However, if you've been struggling with a loss of bladder control for an extended period, it may be time to seek medical treatment.