For an estimated 30% of women between 30 – 60 years old urinary incontinence is a daily nuisance and even embarrassment – it’s much less common in men, but 1.5% – 5% of men also suffer. Incontinence, also known as “overactive bladder” is caused by an involuntary contraction of the muscular wall of the bladder, and in the past patients had to struggle with daily management, were prescribed medications, and even told surgery might be necessary. Today, regenerative medicine offers a non-surgical, natural and extremely effective option: stem cell therapy, growth factors and exosomes. The Stem Cell Center of NJ offers these innovative treatments, which can provide incredible healing and regenerative benefits when other incontinence treatments have failed.
Pregnancy, childbirth, or certain underlying medical conditions, such as diabetes or kidney disease, can contribute to incontinence. Other risk factors include:
Regenerative medicine is an emerging field, which uses the patient’s own stem cells and exosomes to naturally restore and regenerate healthy skin tissues. These “super cells” aid in tissue repair and rejuvenation via their self-renewal abilities, and also exert a therapeutic effect aiding in repair of damaged or degenerative tissue that can cause incontinence.
At the Stem Cell Center of NJ, we offer stem cell therapy, using exosomes, growth factors, chemokines, and cytokines in our procedures. Our regenerative treatments can provide a healing solution to patients who are suffering from incontinence. Please contact us today to schedule a one-on-one consultation, or to join us at one of our informative lectures, and learn more about the potential of stem cell therapy.