Urinary incontinence therapy for adults and children

Urinary incontinence is involuntary (independent of the patient’s conscious decision) urination leading to partial or complete emptying of the bladder.

Urinary incontinence (NTM) affects one in eight women under the age of 39, one in two after menopause. Most hide the problem, even from their doctor, and urinary incontinence is a disease that, although chronic, can be effectively treated.

NTM affects both sexes, but women suffer from it twice as often as men. The most common is stress urinary incontinence, which manifests itself by urinating sometimes during even minor exertion – when coughing, sneezing, lifting objects, walking, running or exercising.


Diagnosis of urinary incontinence begins with a general health assessment. One of gynecological-obstetrical, urological or neurological history should be taken.
During the interview, the patient should provide information from when he has had the problem, how incontinence affects his quality of life, and assess the amount of urine lost involuntarily. The next steps that bring the diagnosis closer are: abdominal examination, gynecological examination, per rectum, neurological examination, general urine examination and urine culture, and evaluation of the amount of urine retained after micturition.


The Incontinence Treatment Center provides therapy for people with complaints of incontinence of urine, gas, feces, sagging of the reproductive organs, sagging of the uterus, bladder, bowels, hemorrhoids, as well as before and after obstetric, Uro-gynecological procedures, pregnant and post-partum women, menopausal women and men with prostatic hypertrophy, men before/after prostatectomy.

Rzeszów, al. Rejtana 53 (3 piętro)
tel. 17 865 20 06
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