Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Greenville, SC

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At New Life Health, our group of caring professionals understands the difficulty when dealing with urinary incontinence. The issue can emerge when physical stress occurs in the bladder, such as when you cough, sneeze, exercise, or laugh. This unintentional condition is typically caused by natural changes due to childbirth, pregnancy, and menopause. Through the use of state-of-the-art technology, the Alma FemiLift Pixel CO2 laser system may be able to boost your body's natural ability to create elastin and collagen, which can bolster weak urethral sphincters and alleviate urges. Learn more about this nonsurgical procedure by scheduling a consultation at our office in Greenville, SC.

For people with impaired bladder control, FemiLift Pixel CO2 laser treatment for urinary incontinence provided at New Life Health is a fantastic option. Our Greenville, SC team can offer several great advantages with this treatment, including:

  • A nonsurgical and minimally invasive platform
  • Enhancing bladder control
  • Rapid, painless, and safe treatment
  • Encouraging the formation of collagen and elastin near the vagina and urethra
  • Addressing vaginal laxity
  • No downtime is required

Am I a candidate for UTI treatment?

FemiLift treatment for UTI is completely nonsurgical and is generally considered safe and effective for a wide variety of patients. Ideal candidates for FemiLift UTI treatment should be women in good health with mild to moderate stress urinary incontinence who are seeking a convenient, nonsurgical, nonmedical treatment option. Patients whose incontinence has more extensive causes or symptoms, as well as those women who may be pregnant or have an active infection may not be eligible for FemiLift treatment. During your consultation for UTI treatment, Dr. Hirshorn will determine with certainty whether FemiLift may be safe, appropriate, and effective for you.

Expensive program but definitely works and the staff is very helpful

J.H. Google

I really think this will help me, because this is closest i've been to something being placed on my pain, but i know i will need more sessions, but i am very hopeful that this will work, im praying that it will, i have been to so many Dr's.I really thought this would help, but it did while the machine was attached to me, but i thought it would help, i've had 15 sessions and i just knew this would be an answer for me, but now i just think i need to let God do whatever he needs to do, but it didn't have anything to do with new Life the program was great, I would recommend anyone to come to the establishment.❤️

P.W. Google

Great experience! Everyone is so sweet and they do a great job customizing care to each individuals needs!

A.A. Google

I really think this will help me, because this is closest i've been to something being placed on my pain, but i know i will need more sessions, but i am very hopeful that this will work, im praying that it will, i have been to so many Dr's.

P.W. Google

Great coaching and support! 60lbs down and still headed in the right direction. It’s a new way of life…..

M.L. Google


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How many treatments will I need?

The exact number of treatments needed to address your symptoms may differ based on your health. Normally, most individuals should expect 2 – 3 treatments spread over about four weeks. Once we have completed an evaluation right here at New Life Health in Greenville, SC, we will be able to provide a much clearer outline of your treatment regimen.

What are the different types and causes of urinary incontinence?

 The nerves and muscles that aid our bladder in its capacity to retain and eliminate urine begin to malfunction, which may substantially impact our ability to hold in urine. Women are especially susceptible to bladder control issues, as there are numerous specific incidents that can specifically trigger it, including pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. There are several categories of urinary incontinence, like:

  • Overactive
  • Stress
  • Transient
  • Urge
  • Functional
  • Overflow
Is urinary incontinence permanent?

 No, urinary incontinence can be treated with numerous approaches. In certain cases, like if the individual is suffering from a bladder infection, vaginal infection, or constipation, it may disappear on its own once the urinary tract has recovered. More serious issues often stem from abnormal lower pelvic muscles or nerve damage, which may require surgical or nonsurgical treatment. Schedule a consultation today to learn which treatment is best for you.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.