FemiLift for urinary incontinenceUrinary incontinence – it’s often joked about but it’s no laughing matter.

Thankfully, there is a non-surgical, pain-free laser treatment called FemiLift, which uses the proven and popular CO2 laser to treat urinary incontinence.

    1. Women living with incontinence are more likely to suffer from depression.

    2. An individual living with incontinence will spend $1,400 – $2,100 per year on products to manage their incontinence.

    3. One study found that urinary incontinence, Alzheimers’ and stroke were the three chronic conditions found to most adversely affect health-related quality of life.

    4. Incontinence can negatively impact social interactions, sex life, work, travel and playing sports.

    5. Incontinent individuals may find their work life is impacted due to a decrease in concentration, performance of physical activities, self confidence and ability to complete tasks without interruption.

    6. Urinary incontinence impacts approximately 33% of women ages 41 – 64.

    7. 55% of women over the age of 65 will struggle with incontinence.

    8. Rate of incontinence increases with age.

    9. Urinary incontinence in the elderly can be emotionally damaging, causing isolation, depression and an increased risk of institutionalization and medical complications.

    10. It is estimated that incontinence costs Canadian employers over $2 billion in lost productivity annually.

For a free urinary incontinence consultation, call 403.609.2196 or email us.

At Age Management Institute, Dr. Lizette Lourens uses non-surgical treatments and/or bio-identical hormone replacement to assist women suffering from urinary incontinence.

Urinary incontinence is common but you don’t have to live with it.  There are non-surgical laser treatment options available.

Don’t let urinary incontinence impact your life! Call 403.609.2196 for a free consultation. We’ll help you get back out there.

To view the full report on the impact of incontinence in Canada, click here.