Rockledge, Florida

Marja Sprock, M.D., FACOG, FPMRS Board Certified
Fellowship Trained Urogynecologist

Now Accepting New Patients

info@CFUroGyn.com      Phone:  321-806-3929

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New Treatment Option for Stress Urinary Incontinence
by: Marja Sprock M.D., F.A.C.O.G. FPMRS board certified

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is urine leakage with coughing, sneezing, laughing, jumping, running or even walking. The kind of urine leakage which requires an increase in abdominal pressure and failure of urethral closure and pelvic support system. The pelvic support, a combination of muscles, ligaments, connective tissue with collagen fibers can contract and avert leakage at inopportune times.

SUI prevention attempts can be seen when women stop walking, cross their legs and sneeze; otherwise it will run down their legs. Laughing really hard can also often lead to dripping down the legs or on the pad. Moments like these increase the abdominal pressure and if you suffer from SUI can lead to leakage in your pad, underwear or outer wear.

Treatments for SUI are training of the pelvic muscles also called Kegel exercises. “Kegel exercises do not work” I often hear on a first visit to our office. Believe me, they do work, however may not be enough for the severity of your problem or possibly you are moving all kinds of muscles, but not the right ones.

Pelvic floor muscle training is the first level of treatment for SUI.

Studies on the in-office, non-painful Incontilase™ laser show no adverse effects and more than 90% of patients reported an improvement, with 70% reporting to be dry.

Once the muscles have been optimized, the next option for treatment of SUI is the sling, or is it? The surgical option for SUI is the sling. This is recommended by AUGS (American Urogynecologic Society) and SUFU (Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine& Urogenital reconstruction) as the surgical standard of care for SUI. SUFU and AUGS state the sling is safe, effective, and has improved the quality of life for millions of women.

The multimedia and medical legal field attention to the sling has given some women a negative perception of this option. In reality the polypropylene midurethral sling has helped millions of women with SUI regain control of their incontinence through an outpatient procedure with almost immediate return to daily activities.

There are different forms of incontinence and also mixed forms. If you suffer only from SUI, medications will not help you. SUI treatment will consist of making sure the pelvic muscles are strong, regularly emptying the bladder and not over-hydrating. Once these conservative measures fail; options would be peri-urethral bulking or a sling. Incontilase™ is a new and innovative in-office laser treatment, available at Central Florida UroGynecology in Rockledge, optimizing your natural tissue to combat SUI.

The Incontilase™ ER;YAG revolutionary laser treatment stimulates collagen neogenesis and remodeling. No pain, no down-time in-office treatment to strengthen your own tissue.

Collagen neogenesis and remodeling on the anterior vaginal wall as well as around the urethra improves the pelvic support naturally by rejuvenating your own tissue. Incontilase™ is in-office, virtually painless, no incision, no cutting, no sutures, no bleeding; a true walk in and walk out procedure. You could have it done during your lunch break. The laser is FDA approved and works for mild to moderate SUI; it is not insurance covered. No special pre- or post-procedure precautions are necessary.

Studies on the Incontilase™ show no adverse effects and more than 90% of patients reported an improvement, with 70% reporting to be dry. The Incontilase™ laser may be repeated if needed, it usually requires 1, sometimes 2 treatments.

Fotona’s 2940 nm Er:YAG Incontilase™ non ablative laser, thermally affects the vaginal and pelvic fascial tissue, stimulating collagen neogenesis and remodeling. It provides targeted, heat induced collagen denaturation, which results in new collagen deposition.

The final result of collagen new growth is both tightening and shrinking of the vaginal tissue and underlying collagen rich fascia tissue, providing greater support to the bladder, urethra and return of the normal continence mechanism.

Finally a new innovative, own tissue rejuvenating method to target SUI, without any surgical intervention.

Central Florida UroGynecology in Rockledge as usual is at the forefront of innovation and the Fotona Er:YAG laser Incontilase™ is ready for you. We are a Fotona training center and have a great experience with Incontilase™

Do not take our word for it, but listen to Rochelle, 48 who did not feel her SUI was severe enough to have a sling inserted. She did her research and wanted to try the Incontilase™. Initially her thoughts were: “I have nothing to lose”. Now she will tell you: “I had no idea; so simple and such a difference. I used a pantyliner every day and no longer. No more insecurity. The procedure did not hurt and I went back to work immediately. I had it done right after my period, since you can’t be on your period. Incontilase is a wonderful addition for SUI treatment”.

The Incontilase™ is a unique and innovative treatment for mild to moderate SUI. It is currently not covered by insurance, however very affordable.

Call today for a consultation and find out if you are a candidate.

Call Central Florida UroGynecology in Rockledge 321-806-3929 or check us out at www.CFUroGyn.com.

Marja Sprock, M.D and Katrina Davis M.D. are board certified in OB/GYN and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (Urogynecology) and are offering academic level medicine in a private practice setting.

"Central Florida UroGynecology where high tech and common sense meet"


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