The O-Shot for Urinary Incontinence
What if you could treat your stress incontinence with….
Near zero risk
In 15 minutes
With no down time
O-Shot for urinary incontinence
Many women lose urine when laughing, coughing, sneezing or exercising. This is called stress incontinence, and is caused by a weakening of the pelvic sphincter muscles, due to the effects of childbirth or aging.
Urge incontinence is the strong, sudden need to urinate. The bladder then squeezes, and urine is lost if a woman is not able to find a restroom quickly.
Incontinence is an extremely common problem, and can cause social and hygiene issues.
Until now we did not have good solutions other than wearing a pad or having surgery. The O-Shot has been a game changer in managing incontinence – it is non-invasive, simple, fast and relatively inexpensive with virtually no risks.
The O-Shot may activate cells in the localized region and these tissues are able to regenerate and improve their strength and ability to prevent urine flow. In many cases, the incontinence may be completely resolved.
Only physicians who have been trained and certified to perform the O-Shot® can perform the procedure or be involved in the clinical study.
Dr. Matthew was trained and certified directly by Dr. Charles Runels.
Here is a video of a lecture given by Dr. Runels about the treatment of stress incontinence using this technique.