improves your quality of life
“Our doctors at Géniale are highly trained and experienced in the latest, state of the art technology and procedures in managing uterine prolapse.”
What is Uterine Prolapse?
Uterine Prolapse is when the uterus sits lower than it should. The uterus, in its normal position is supported by pelvic connective tissue; pubococcygeus muscle and uterine ligaments. These allow the uterus to descend into the vaginal canal If they become weakened. Prolapse of the vaginal walls, bladder or rectum can be a natural result of: pregnancy, childbirth trauma; especially from large babies or abrupt Labour and delivery, loss of muscle tone due to ageing and estrogens. Risk factors multiply with obesity, excess coughing; due to chronic bronchitis and asthma, constipation, abnormal muscle strain and large uterine fibroids.
Our genetic make-up may also be a major factor.
Should you have any concerns about pain or discomfort in this area, do not hesitate to make an appointment with our Doctors atGéniale, for life changing treatment.
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Géniale offers consultation for all the procedures we perform. Come in and talk with us about how we can help you with your treatment plan or book in for a Telehealth (Zoom, Skype or Phone Call) consultation.
WHAT CAN BE EXPECTED FROM uterine prolapse TREATMENT?
- Greater than 50% improvement after the first treatment
- Only two or three painless, 30-minute treatments, at 4-week intervals
- No recovery down-time
- Natural vaginal rejuvenation of youthful pelvic collagen tissue
- Two sessions prepaid: $2,000.
- Generally, for optimal results, two or three treatments, a month apart are required
- We are pleased to invite you for a consultation. Our consultation fee is: $110, Redeemable at the time of your procedure
What is the advantage of our treatment for prolapse of the uterus?
For women with a prolapsed uterus with resultant incontinence, our treatment is ideal. The procedure is effective for mild to moderate prolapse and will substantially improve your quality of life. Our treatment has no side effects, is painless, uncomplicated and known as the lunchtime procedure.
How many treatments will I need?
Two treatments (four weeks apart) are usually required for mild and moderate prolapse.
Some women may require three or four sessions.
In most women, the positive benefits last for up to one year. Follow-up treatments at six to twelve months can be considered.
Are you suffering from this debilitating complaint and want to find out more? Then contact Géniale. Make an appointment. Our doctors are happy to discuss the treatment best suited to improve your life.
“Every treatment at Géniale is personal and individualised. We invite you to make an appointment to meet our team to discuss your treatment options. ”