372 Hollandview Trail, Suite 205, Aurora
Ontario, Canada L4G 0A5 / Tel: 905.235.0360
Fax: 905.726.2121 /
372 Hollandview Trail, Suite 205, Aurora
Ontario, Canada L4G 0A5
Tel: 905.235.0360
Fax: 905.726.2121


Monopolar Cryogen Cooled Radio-frequency - Stress Urinary Incontinence in a Single Treatment

Non-Surgical Treatments

There are treatments available – non-surgical and non-invasive – that not only can help you restore your bladder health, but also have the added benefit of enhancing your intimate sexual health.


  • 1 in 3 women have leakage of urine when they cough, sneeze, or exercise
  • Often, they develop a sensation of “urgency” to urinate and are unable to “hold it”
  • The cost of pads and underwear for “leakage problems” costs up to $1000.00 / yr
  • Women dismiss bladder leakage as normal with age and change their lifestyle to prevent bladder leakage.
  • 50 % of women with bladder leakage also have sexual dysfunction, with vaginal laxity, reduced lubrication and arousal, lack of sensation
    with intercourse, and reduced orgasm.

What does this single treatment do?

Until recently, there were only a few options available to treat SUI. Now, in a single non-surgical treatment, you can experience:

  • 77% reduction in six months, 1 h PAD weight (objective)
  • 71% reduction in leakage by 24 h PAD weight (objective)
  • 83% reduction in leakage in 3-day voiding diary (subjective)
  • Restoration of vaginal lubrication
  • Improves painful intercourse
  • Strengthens vaginal muscles
  • Increases vaginal tightness
  • Increases vaginal sensitivity and pleasure
  • Enhances sexual arousal and orgasm

This non-surgical cryogen cooled, monopolar, radiofrequency treatment is FDA approved and supported by large studies in the U.S. and Canada.

Pessary Clinic

At Woman360Care, we also operate as a pessary clinic. Our continence advisor will provide you with information about incontinence, prolapse, pessary fitting, counselling and conservative management of urinary incontinence. A pessary is a device that is placed into the vagina to support the uterus or bladder and rectum. It is a ring that is meant to press against the wall of the vagina and urethra to help decrease/stop leakage.

For more information contact us at our clinic located in Aurora, Ontario.

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