Urogynecology & Incontinece Treatments
Detroit Area Incontinence Treatments
Pelvic and bladder disorders can cause incontinence (“bladder leaks”), pain and even sexual dysfunction in otherwise healthy women. We offer both surgical and nonsurgical treatments to lessen the inconvenience and discomfort associated with urogynecologic problems.
One in three women suffer from embarrassing bladder leakage (urinary incontinence) that causes them to release a little urine (“pee”) when they laugh, sneeze, cough, exercise or exert themselves. The good news is that we offer state-of-the-art non-surgical and surgical treatments that can resolve this condition in many women.
The urogynecologists of Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists provide gynecological care to women of all ages in Detroit, Warren, Hamtramck and the surrounding areas. Schedule a consultation and let our doctors help you get your life back!
Overactive Bladder Treatment
If you are experiencing frequent trips to the bathroom, you may be suffering from a condition called “overactive bladder” or other related medical issues.
Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists proudly offer the latest, most advanced treatments for overactive bladder.
In many cases treating your overactive bladder can be done without the need for invasive surgery.
Percutaneous (or Posterior) tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) is a minimally invasive type of “neuromodulation” often successfully used to treat overactive bladder (OAB).
This state-of-the-art technology can reduce or eliminate urinary urgency, urinary frequency, and urge incontinence (bladder leaks).
Our overactive bladder treatments can help you regain control over your bladder – and your life – again!
Stress Urinary Incontinence Treatment
Do coughing, sneezing, laughing, jumping, exercising or lifting heavy objects cause your bladder to leak a little? If so, you likely have a medical condition called stress urinary incontinence or “SUI”.
Stress incontinence bladder leakage is the result of pressure inside your abdomen causing urine to leak through the ring of muscle in your bladder.
Childbirth, weight gain, hormonal changes, and the normal aging process are among the most common causes of stress urinary incontience.
Depending upon the cause of your urinary incontinence, medication, topical treatments, pelvic therapy, or other non-invasive, non-surgical treatments may work for you. We offer a complete range of state-of-the-art medical treatments to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI).
And in more advanced situations, where surgery is the best option, our skilled surgeons also offer minimally invasive, laparoscopic and robotic surgery.