In­con­ti­nence Con­cerns:

Uri­nary in­con­ti­nence pro­gram avail­able in Bundy for women

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Dr Deb­bie Ball shares pro­gram for those suf­fer­ing with in­con­ti­nence.

DID YOU miss out on the Leak­ing Blad­der pro­gram in May?

Back by pop­u­lar de­mand and from her premises at Shop 7/10 Hei­dke St, Bund­aberg, Su­gar­land Chi­ro­prac­tic Cen­tre chi­ro­prac­tor Dr Deb­bie Ball is con­tin­u­ing this valu­able In­con­ti­nence Pro­gram to tar­get the prob­lem of leaky blad­ders.

Uri­nary in­con­ti­nence is de­fined as the in­vol­un­tary loss of urine from the blad­der. Al­though it is a com­mon con­di­tion, most women who suf­fer from it do not seek help.

It is thought that uri­nary in­con­ti­nence af­fects up to 37% of Aus­tralian adult women; al­though it is com­monly as­so­ci­ated with preg­nancy, child­birth and menopause, uri­nary in­con­ti­nence af­fects women of all ages (al­though the preva­lence in­creases with age) and is not re­stricted to women who have borne chil­dren – in fact, 12% of Aus­tralian women who have never had chil­dren and are aged un­der 30 have in­con­ti­nence ( Women’s Health March 14 2018).

“The rates of uri­nary in­con­ti­nence in­crease with age: 20–30% of young women, 30–40% of mid­dle-aged women, and up to 50% of older women suf­fer from uri­nary in­con­ti­nence” (May 13, 2008 We­bMD).

Dr Deb­bie Ball said the pro­gram was be­ing made avail­able to women to find their free­dom from em­bar­rass­ment and in­con­ve­nience so that you can en­joy all of life’s ac­tiv­i­ties to the fullest.

“The com­pre­hen­sive pro­gram in­cor­po­rates the MLS Laser Ther­apy and a highly ad­vanced form of gen­tle neu­ro­log­i­cal chi­ro­prac­tic care,” she said.

The MLS MPhi5 cold laser Class 4 Ther­apy has a proven track record in the mod­ern re­search realm for re­sults in help­ing women with their uri­nary in­con­ti­nence and are com­pletely safe and pain­less.”

Dr Deb­bie Ball was the first chi­ro­prac­tor in Queens­land to be li­censed from Queens­land Ra­di­a­tion Health to be able to use this laser on pa­tients at her of­fice.

The MLS Laser Ther­apy com­bines and syn­chro­nises spe­cific con­tin­u­ous and pulsed emis­sions. This per­mits the syn­ergy and the po­ten­ti­a­tion of the sin­gle ef­fects: anal­gesic, anti-in­flam­ma­tory and an­tioedema and repar­a­tive and re­gen­er­a­tive ac­tion in the cells of the tis­sue be­ing tar­geted.

The laser’s en­ergy, syn­chro­nised and con­trolled in this way reaches deep into the tis­sue to create a more pow­er­ful ther­a­peu­tic re­sult.

The laser will be placed on both sides of the body one at a time and will be a to­tally pain-free ex­pe­ri­ence. Many re­search stud­ies with ex­ter­nal laser ther­apy can be found at PUBMED.

Please call 4153 2233 and in­quire if you qual­ify for our Leaky Blad­der pro­gram.

PHOTO: MIKE KNOTT

AD­VICE: Dr Deb­bie Ball at Su­gar­land Chi­ro­prac­tic en­joys be­ing able to share her knowl­edge through this pro­gram with pa­tients.

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