Urinary incontinence
Why do you suffer?

Stress urinary incontinence is a problem that affects approximately 30% of adult women. Urinary incontinence occurs when the pressure inside the bladder is greater than the pressure in the urethra and involuntarily causes small urine leaks when coughing, sneezing, or doing any strenuous activity.

This has a notorious impact on the daily life of those who suffer from it, becoming not only a physical but also a psychological problem associated with anxiety, depressionor insecurity.

With the Photon Laser in MRC in Marbella (with clinic in Elviria), we are able to combatStress Urinary Incontinence grade I and II, thanks to a non-invasive technique since neither surgery nor pharmacological treatments are necessary.

What is Urinary Incontinence Treatment by Fotona Laser?

At MRC we recommend the latest in intimate aesthetic medicine to offer you the solution you need,Fotona Laser for urinary incontinence, is a new technique with which the Laser works on the vaginal tissue by applying it to the anterior vaginal wall and urethra.In this way we stimulate the natural production of collagen in the area, thanks to this increase the tissue of the vaginal mucosa is tightened, thus obtaining superior support in the bladder and therefore restore the normal functions of continence.

  • Restore normal continence functions.
  • In four months about 70% of patients achieve full recovery.
  • Improves the quality of life.
How many Urinary Incontinence Elimination treatment sessions are needed?

The number of sessions varies according to the medical diagnosis and degree of incontinence, a minimum of 3 sessions is recommended, in which you will notice the results from the first session.each session lasts between 20 and 30 minutes.

Dr. Maria Luque del mar

Medical Director

Dr. Luque is a prestigios specialist with more than 20 years of experience in regenarative & aesthetic medicine.She is an expert in Renew treatment derived from fat. Outstanding curriculum in medicine & research ‘Cum Laude’ by the University of Malaga & in Sweden.