Learn about our proprietary treatment, the DiRoss Methodologysm
- Bladder re-training
- Bladder control strategies
- Bowel control management
- Constipation management
- Behavioral training
- Pelvic floor muscle training
- Life style changes
- Sexual counseling
- Emotional support
- Individual and couple therapy
- Referral to other specialists
Our treatment is focused and goal-oriented. Treatment modalities will be chosen per your particular needs, making the process rather short (typically under 10 sessions).
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Incontinence is the involuntary (accidental) loss of bladder and/or bowel control, and can be sporadic, intermittent, or constant. While occasional incontinence may happen to any adult at one time or another, ongoing (chronic) condition is quite embarrassing, affecting quality of life, and interrupting sexual intimacy.
Incontinence is quite common; it is clearly diagnosed; there are many effective treatment options; it does not have to be an inevitable result of aging. Sadly, many women are too ashamed to discuss their incontinence with their healthcare provider and rather opt to suffer in silence.
- Stress incontinence: leakage upon activities such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, jumping, running or heavy lifting — activities that puts pressure on the bladder.
- Urge incontinence: involuntary leakage of urine that is associated with a sudden desire to void that is difficult to deter. Making it on time to the bathroom is not typically possible even if the bladder is not full. For some women there may be no warning at all, and for others – they may leak upon hearing water or drinking liquids.
- Overactive Bladder (OAB): a condition characterized by a combination of urinary urgency, urinary frequency (daytime & nighttime), and urge incontinence.
- Mixed incontinence: a combination of any of the above.
- Inability to control passing of gas (flatus)
- Soiling underwear
- Stool leakage
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