Bladder Leakage Specialist

True Health Center

Chiropractors & Weight Loss Specialists located in Huntersville, NC

While nobody likes to talk about it, bladder leakage is a common problem affecting 25 million people in the United States. The team of integrated health professionals at True Health Center in Huntersville, North Carolina, offers the Pelvic Wave to improve bladder function and stop leakage. To learn more about how Pelvic Wave can help your bladder leakage, call the office or schedule an appointment using the online booking button.

Bladder Leakage

What is bladder leakage?

Bladder leakage, also referred to as urinary incontinence, is a common problem that causes you to lose control over your bladder, whether it’s a tiny dribble after a sneeze or full loss of your bladder.

There are several types of urinary incontinence. The most common include:

Stress incontinence

Stress incontinence occurs due to pressure on your bladder, either from a sneeze, laugh, or run.

Urge incontinence

Urge incontinence, also referred to as overactive bladder, is when you have a very sudden and intense need to urinate and may or may not make it to the bathroom in time.

True Health Center knows how troubling and embarrassing bladder leakage can be, and offers the Pelvic Wave system to help reduce urine loss and improve bladder function and health.

What is Pelvic Wave?

The Pelvic Wave is a nonsurgical, noninvasive treatment for bladder leakage. The system uses magnetic stimulation to contract and strengthen your pelvic muscles to help you gain better control over your bladder. Pelvic Wave rehabilitates both the muscles and nerves in your pelvic area to stop bladder leakage.

What can I expect during treatment with Pelvic Wave?

Pelvic Wave is a noninvasive, painless treatment for bladder leakage. During treatment, you sit on the Pelvic Wave chair fully clothed while the specialist at True Health Center begins treatment. The magnetic stimulation from the chair causes your pelvic muscles to contract more than 1,000 times during your 20-minute session.

You may feel a tingling sensation during treatment and be a little sore afterward, just like you would after a session at the gym. There’s no downtime following your Pelvic Wave session and you may resume your usual activities after treatment.  

Your health specialist at True Health Center develops a personalized treatment plan for you based on the cause of your bladder leakage and your symptoms. To get the most benefits, you may need three treatments a week for up to eight weeks.

To maintain pelvic muscle strength after your initial session, you should come in every six months for additional Pelvic Wave treatments.

For help managing your bladder leakage with the revolutionary, noninvasive Pelvic Wave, call True Health Center or schedule an appointment using the online booking tool.