Urinary incontinence is a problem that affects every third woman. Very often, after child delivery, muscles lose their elasticity, collapse or even hang down thus resulting in the altered angle between the urethra channels and the bladder, which disturbs the functional mechanism. It is not only a disorder but also a psychological, social, and physical discomfort that can affect both physical and psychological health, social and sexual life. Unconscious incontinence occurs while coughing, sneezing, running, jumping, engaging in sports activity, while lifting weights, laughing, and during sexual intercourse.
Thanks to modern laser technologies, the problem of urinary incontinence can be solved quickly, safely, and painlessly. The procedure takes up to 30 minutes to complete and employs the ESPI Dynamis laser which is characterised by especially sensitive SMOOTH technology. The procedure does not damage vaginal mucosa nor affect any of other internal organs (cervix, uterus (myomas), ovaries, etc.) The laser helps to create better support for the bladder and other pelvic organs, eliminating or significantly reducing the symptoms of urinary incontinence.