A Successful Treatment Program for These Symptoms:


    The sudden intense sensation of needing to go to the toilet and having to rush to get there is called ‘urgency‘.
    After treatment patients report going from 2-3 mins hold time to 30 mins or more.


    Frequency refers to the number of times you go to the toilet to pass urine in a day. If you need to go to the toilet very often, more than seven times a day on drinking approximately 2 liters of fluid, you may have a frequency problem.
    After treatment patients report reduced bathroom trips during the day.


    Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is defined as a sudden unintentional loss of urine during normal day-to-day activities. It is also commonly referred to as bladder weakness and weak bladder. If you have this problem you may notice leakage if you laugh, cough, sneeze, walk, exercise, or lift something.
    After treatment patients able to laugh, sneeze, cough without incident.


    Sexual dysfunction is difficulty experienced by an individual during any stage of a normal sexual activity, including physical pleasure, pain, desire, preference, arousal or orgasm.
    After treatment patients report heightened sexual response, lack of pain during intercourse.


    Without awareness of fluid exiting the body.
    After treatment patients report minimal soiled clothing.


    Painful bladder syndrome or bladder pain syndrome, also commonly known as interstitial cystitis, is a chronic inflammation of the bladder wall. It is not caused by bacteria and does not respond to conventional antibiotic therapy. It can affect both women and men, although it is more common in women.
    After treatment patients report reduced menstrual cramping and the ability to stand for prolonged periods of time without pelvic pain.

  • NOCTURIA (night-time frequency)

    It can be quite normal to wake once or twice during the night to pass water. If you must do so more often than that it can become both annoying and tiring. The need to pass water during the night is called Nocturia.
    After treatment patients report being able to sleep through the night.
    NOCTURIA ENURESIS – Nocturnal Enuresis means wetting the bed. Many people wet the bed at night, although few people talk about it. In fact, one person in every 100 may be affected throughout adult life. Most people think that no one else has this problem. Many people never seek help because they are too embarrassed.
    After treatment patients report reduced bedwetting incidences.


    Hard stool, infrequent stools, typically fewer than three times per week, the need for excessive straining, a sense of incomplete bowl evacuation and excessive time spent on the toilet or unsuccessful defecation.
    After treatment patients report regular bowl movements eliminating the need for constipation medications.


    Urinary retention is a side effect of the bladder not emptying properly. This is also known as having residual urine.
    After treatment patients report reduced catheter use and stronger urine flow.


    Prolapse a condition in which one or more of the pelvic organs comes down or bulges into or out of the vagina, often with the sensation of ‘something coming down below’.
    Urogynecologist confirmed patient organs restored to normal position. Reduced need for Pessaries or surgery.


    Accidental leakage of solid, liquid, or mucus.
    After treatment patients report controlled bowl movements.

Secondary Benefits


Patient Testimonial:

Patient with multiple sclerosis utilizing knee brace and cane, came in for overactive bladder treatment. Patient reported 90% improvement for OAB after 6th visit. As a secondary benefit, patient reported less dependency for knee brace and cane. We then instituted a daily treatment program and patient is now walking freely.


Added Benefit:

Successfully treating senior citizens at assisted living facilities up to ages of 96 years old. Male patients have reported improvement of erectile dysfunction symptoms in some cases.


Patient Testimonial:

Patients reported post-surgery pain during Intercourse, Incontinence without awareness and Frequency/Urgency issues. Six weeks post-surgery, patients report 85% improvement for all symptoms after 3rd visit.


Patient Testimonial:

Pediatric Urologist, Urogynecologist, Department of Children’s Urology Center were unable to achieve satisfactory results. Patient required daily stim over 8-week period. Patient reports regular bowl movements eliminating the need for constipation medications and home enemas.

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Continence Center Las Vegas has developed an innovative, painless, non-surgical approach to restoring your quality of life. From one of our multiple locations in Southern NV, we are able to treat men and women of all ages, allowing them to regain self-control and a sense of dignity.