Bladder Control

Loss of bladder control is called urinary incontinence. If you live with bladder control problems, you are not alone, consult your primary OB-GYN doctor. It is estimated that over 33 million people in the U.S. are affected by urinary incontinence, 85% of them are women.

Available treatments

  • Medications are available to help overactive bladder.
  • Biofeedback and Electrical Stimulation – A small biofeedback device is inserted into the vagina. This device helps your body recognize the correct muscles used in Kegel exercises. Biofeedback helps you gain better control over the muscles in the bladder and urethra. Electrical Stimulation is gentle electric impulses that passively contract your pelvic floor muscles. This constant contraction strengthens your pelvic floor muscles and makes Kegel exercises easier to perform correctly.
  • Pessary is inserted into the vagina to support the urethra, preventing urine leakage.
  • Urethral Surgical Sling involves placing a sling around the urethra to lift it back into a normal position.
  • lnTone is a medical device that allows you to treat your bladder leakage using the most effective, non-invasive treatment strategies available. lnTone combines proven technologies to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and is designed to be used in the comfort and privacy of your home.

Biofeedback Therapy and Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Floor and Bladder Health- available at our Waukesha location

Biofeedback is a teaching tool to learn how to control the pelvic floor muscles. It interprets the contraction from the pelvic muscles into a signal that can be seen on a TV screen.

Biofeedback therapy for the pelvic floor is contraction and relaxation of the pelvic muscles, which is usually 1 session for 4 – 8 weeks. Equipment will be shown and explained on the first session. Surface patches are placed on your abdomen and hip to check that they are relaxed during pelvic muscle exercise. A tampon sized probe is placed in the vagina. The muscles are contracted around the probe and a signal is sent to the biofeedback device. The contraction is viewed on the screen. This is a very effective way to teach a patient how to properly do a Kegel exercise.

Electrical stimulation is a treatment method to assist with identification of the pelvic floor muscles, to provide passive strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles and to teach a response to urinary urgency by inhibiting unstable detrusor (bladder muscle) contractions. Not everyone is a candidate for electrical stimulation. Please talk to your health care provider to see if you are a candidate.

For more information on biofeedback program call 262-544-4411.

Please call your insurance provider for coverage. Below is a listing of commonly used IDC #9 codes for biofeedback.

Procedure Codes

91122 Manometry Vaginal
90911 Biofeedback with EMG
97032 Electrical Simulation
51784 EMG

Diagnosis Codes

788.41 Urinary Frequency
788.30 Urinary Incontinence
625.6 Urinary Stress Incontinence
599.0 Urinary Mixed Incontinence
788.31 Urinary Urge/Incontinence
788.63 Urinary Urgency
787.6 Fecal Incontinence

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