Neuromodulation: Treatment for Overactive Bladder & Fecal Incontinence

Are you tired of dealing with frequent trips to the bathroom or sudden loss of control? If you are suffering from overactive bladder with urge incontinence or fecal incontinence, undergoing neuromodulation may be the solution you need. At Northwest Ohio Center for Urogynecology Women’s Health in Perrysburg, Ohio, we proudly provide the latest, state-of-the-art treatments for overactive bladder and fecal incontinence. These treatments allow you to regain control over your life while taking care of the source of your health concerns.

Treating your overactive bladder does not mean that you require surgery. Percutaneous (or Posterior) tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) is one office based form of neuromodulation used to treat overactive bladder (OAB). This new technology can effectively reduce or eliminate urinary urgency, urinary frequency, and urge incontinence (bladder leaks).

A second minimally invasive form of neuromodulation offered for not only OAB, but also for fecal urgency and incontinence, is a staged outpatient procedure that 1st tests for 2 weeks of improvement, and 2nd implants a small permanent neurostimulator.


Neuromodulation Treatment
for Overactive Bladder
and Fecal Incontinence

  • Targets the nerves that control the bladder & bowel
  • Helps the bladder & bowel function normally again
  • Non-surgical treatment for overactive bladder & fecal incontinence
  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • No side effects; No injections; No catheters
  • You can try it out first with no commitment!

Neuromodulation Treatment
for Overactive Bladder
and Fecal Incontinence

  • 85 percent of patients achieve bladder & bowel control success in the first year
  • Three times greater improvement than medications in most cases
  • More than 225,000 patients have received staged Neuromodulation
  • FDA approved for overactive bladder and fecal incontinence

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What is Neuromodulation for Overactive Bladder?

Our Perrysburg urogynecology team offers neuromodulation therapy – an excellent, minimally invasive treatment for those living with bladder concerns. If you have tried other therapies or medications, and have failed to see results for an “overactive bladder,” urge incontinence (bladder leaks), or fecal incontinence (leaking bowels), neuromodulation may be right for you.

Neuromodulation therapy is performed through a pacemaker connected to the pelvic floor. The tiny pacemaker sends electrical impulses to help communication between the brain and the nerves that control the overactive bladder or bowel.

While other therapies focus on the bladder muscles, neuromodulation therapy targets the nerve impulses that cause the problem. By targeting the specific nerves that control your bladder, this treatment focuses on the source of the issue – rather than just treating symptoms. Unlike PTNS which uses external therapy and requires multiple office visits, neuromodulation is a long term solution making use of an internal pacemaker for the bladder.