Bladder Control Problem: Take Charge and Strengthen the Floor Beverly Hills Physicians believes in assisting women in all of their personal health and beauty goals, including pelvic floor surgery to prevent incontinence.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical issues that specifically affect women are incredibly complex; function, aesthetics, and health are all involved in procedures as varied as g-spot magnification or uterine fibroid treatment. This is why the team at Beverly Hills Physicians pushes boundaries by learning the least invasive and technologically advanced procedures for women, including outpatient labial reduction and laparoscopic pelvic floor strengthening. The BHP health professionals address all women's needs without judgment. This is no more important than BHP's procedures for treating urinary incontinence; women with mild cases of incontinence who also have aesthetic concerns would benefit from stem cell vaginal rejuvenation, while severe incontinence may require minimally-invasive pelvic floor strengthening.
Urinary incontinence can affect women in ways that are physical, psychological and social, and the impact can often be severe. Those who suffer from incontinence often suffer from feelings of embarrassment and even shame, but they certainly aren't alone. In fact, approximately 25% of young women, 57% of middle-aged and postmenopausal, and 75% of older women all suffer from urinary incontinence. For many of these women, however, the effects of urinary incontinence can be significantly reduced both through treatment from expert medical specialists at BHP and with subsequent exercises they can do on their own to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
Gynecological specialists at BHP can explain to patients that stress or anxiety in an emergency situation can result in incontinence when the urinary sphincter fails – often due to weak pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder, uterus and other pelvic organs. However, the Medical News Today reports that, according to the US Department of Health and Human Services' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, adult women can reduce incontinence by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles through regular exercises of pelvic area muscles called kegels. When this doesn't properly resolve a person's incontinence, then a free consultation with the empathetic gynecologists at Beverly Hills Physicians is recommended.
Fortunately, no matter what option a woman chooses to reduce the effects of incontinence and enhance the function and aesthetic quality of her vaginal region, the empathetic and highly-skilled doctors at BHP are always available for support. While perhaps best known for their board-certified plastic surgeons, the team at BHP also provides highly-trained doctors and medical staff in a wide-array of specialties, spa-like facilities and unparalleled patient services. With over 100 years of combined experience, their surgeons are capable of offering truly world-class expertise, education, and care for patients with any number of health or cosmetic needs.
When it comes to procedures that enhance both the aesthetic and medical elements of a woman's anatomy, where you go matters – that's why the health facilities at Beverly Hills Physicians are always the best option. To learn more details about BHP, visit the company's website at www.beverlyhillsphysicians.com or check for updates on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/beverlyhillsphysicians. Directions and further inquiries can also be made by calling 800-788-1416.
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