Reclaim control and confidence with our specialized urinary incontinence procedures, tailored to help you regain freedom and comfort in everyday life.
It's common, especially among older adults, and can result from weakened pelvic muscles, age, pregnancy, or medical conditions.
Secure the bladder neck and urethra to nearby ligaments or tissues to provide additional support and prevent involuntary urine leakage during activities that put pressure on the bladder, such as coughing, sneezing, or physical exertion.
Burch colposuspension aims to restore proper anatomical positioning and function of the pelvic organs to address stress urinary incontinence. It is typically performed through an abdominal incision and may be done as an open surgery or laparoscopically.
A minimally invasive technique where synthetic tape is inserted through the vaginal wall and positioned underneath the urethra. This tape acts as support to prevent involuntary urine leakage.
The "obturator" aspect of the procedure refers to the pathway used for tape insertion, which involves passing the tape through small incisions near the inner thigh.
TVT-O is designed to provide long-lasting relief from stress urinary incontinence by offering support to the weakened pelvic structures that contribute to the condition.