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9th Apr, 2021
Sacral neuromodulation (SNM) is a well-proven treatment that restores bladder and bowel control successfully with a minimalist outpatient procedure. Approximately 90% of patients experience success resolving bowel and bladder incontinence, even when prior treatments have failed. The technology has proven so useful that centers have begun using the SNM system to preserve and restore bowel function after complex surgery for conditions including rectal cancers in…
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4th Dec, 2020
Imagine living with symptoms of bowel incontinence so debilitating that you were forced to plan your life around them. That was the reality for Dr. Sasse’s patient, Resa, and it was the motivation she needed to keep searching until she found a solution. A Silent Shame Bowel leakage made Resa re-think what and when she ate, and where and when she left the house. “Was…
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24th Jul, 2020
For many people, bowel incontinence is a vexing problem for years before they finally seek solutions with a doctor. And even then, they don't always get a good answer. Often, general medical providers don't know that there are excellent solutions, and there may even be some embarrassment discussing the subject for both patients and physicians alike. The truth is that a multi-modality approach to treating…
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29th May, 2020
Bowel leakage or fecal incontinence is a surprisingly common problem. But as common as it is, the fact that it's also a solvable issue 90% of the time isn't as well known. Bowel leakage affects tens of millions of Americans, and it varies a great deal in its severity. Treatments for fecal incontinence likewise vary to match the severity of a person's experience. If you're…
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19th Feb, 2020
Bladder leakage is one of the most common problems among Americans over the age of 40. For some, it is related to pregnancy or prostate problems and can be considered a minor nuisance. But for others, bladder leakage is embarrassing and disruptive to daily life. Bowel leakage can occur for many of the same reasons — past pregnancy, aging, pelvic radiation, surgery, spinal injury, and nerve…
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