Urinary Incontinence Kansas City
Bladder control problems affect a significant portion of the female population. Unfortunately, many women suffer for years prior to seeking treatment with the belief that leakage is a normal part of aging. The etiology of this condition is broad and requires a thorough history and physical examination in order to accurately identify the root cause and to develop a successful treatment plan. Both non-surgical and surgical options are available for treatment. Dr. Nosti has training in all current methods of treatment and will work with you to develop and individualized treatment approach.
- Suburethral Sling
Minimally invasive procedure in which a piece of synthetic material is placed below the mid-urethra to prevent stress urinary incontinence.
This procedure has been proven safe and effective and is consider the treatment of choice by surgeons as outlined in a recent position statement by two leading national Urogyneologic Societies.
- Periurethral Injection
An office based procedure that involves the injection of a bulking agent in the urethra to prevent stress urinary incontinence.
- Burch urethropexy
The placement of permanent sutures next to the urethra to suspend the base of the bladder to a ligament on the pubic bone. This procedure can be performed with an open abdominal incision or via minimally invasive techniques.
The insertion of electrodes and a pulse generator near the sacral nerve roots to treat urinary urgency, urinary frequency, urinary urge incontinence, and urinary retention.