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Electrical Stimulation for Incontinence

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Urinary incontinence can affect men and women throughout all stages of their lives but particularly women after pregnancy, childbirth and during the menopause. Urinary incontinence is defined as: the involuntary loss of urine that is a social or hygienic problem. The standard of care and first line of treatment for incontinence should always be a pelvic floor exercise program.

In some cases, depending on your type of incontinence, electrical stimulation may be used in the treatment of incontinence. If a woman is unable to contract her pelvic floor muscles, if the muscles are very weak or she has poor muscle awareness, an electrical muscle stimulation device may be used to improve function of the pelvic floor muscles.  Such devices sometimes use a vaginal probe which is operated by a hand-held control unit.

How does it work?

It is thought that the electrically induced contractions produce an effect similar to Kegel exercises, which strengthens the muscles. The stimulation may also enhance the process of regeneration of nerves that control the pelvic floor.

How will I know if electrical stimulation can help me?

You will need an assessment by our physiotherapist to determine if you are suitable for the treatment. Depending on the type of incontinence, your physiotherapist will prescribe a programme for you. However, electrical stimulation is rarely a stand-alone treatment, and you may be advised to first start a pelvic floor exercise programme and modify lifestyle factors before considering electrical stimulation.

If you have any questions on incontinence, please do not hesitate to contact our women’s health physiotherapists who can help with your condition.



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The therapist (Maureen) was great. Very experienced, patient and caring, made me feel very comfortable throughout the entire 4 sessions I had with her. Will definitely recommend her to anyone who needs such therapy. The counter staff are very responsive, friendly and efficient. Understanding and prompt in accommodating requests to make changes to appointments. Prompt service and zero waiting time during all my 4 sessions there. Overall, excellent standard of care and service. Keep up the good work!

Joanna Tang

Thanks to physiotherapist Maureen’s patience, understanding and expert guidance, I was able to make significant progress in my condition over three sessions! Most of all, her empathy, assuring presence and listening ear helped me to feel understood, comforted and supported in my anxieties. Will fully recommend the clinic and Maureen as a wonderful community resource for women & children issues.

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So far good experience. Dr Maureen is nice and friendly so I didn't feel awkward throughout. She's also knowledgeable and prioritize my comfort. The receptionist is pleasant as well. Overall, I feel cared for and safe to have my womanly issues treated at their clinic

Honey Bee

I was referred by my gynac for my pelvic gridle pain. I have been working with Maureen and I'm super delighted with the way she has been handling my issue. She is extremely patient and explains well. I have been to physios earlier but never really seen satisfying results; this is the first time I feel it's worth it cause I'm able to see how it is making a difference. I still have a few sessions to go but I'm glad I signed up and I look forward to my appointments. There is no hard selling, and the reception staff is super warm and helpful. Overall, very good experience.

Sheetal Bodke

I’m happy with my overall experience consulting this clinic through Maureen. She educated me well about vaginismus and go through with me patiently with all the FAQs in my head. I’m progressing now with her guidance and support. Thank you.

Nee zzii

I've been seeing Ms Maureen for my pelvic floor after birth and she has been great in showing me exercises to strengthen my weak pelvic floor after my third birth. Ms Maureen takes time to explain the anatomy to me which makes it easier for me to follow and excel the exercises. I always look forward to the appointments with her as she is also such an amazing person to chat with. Also, the ladies at the front desk are very friendly and approachable. Love coming to this clinic!

Jeannie Liew

Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Very easy to make an appointment too. The physiotherapist is very knowledgeable and kind. Will definitely come back to complete all my sessions.

Deanna Manuel

I was referred by my gynae to WACC and the physiotherapist, Maureen helped with the weakening of my pelvic muscles post delivery. Maureen is extremely knowledgeable and patiently explained the exercises that would help improve my condition. It has certainly helped and I can see improvement in strengthening the pelvic muscles.

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Maureen was able to accommodate my urgent session and helped relieve my pain tremendously.


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