Diseases of the Pelvic Floor, Incontinence
The treatment of incontinence depends on many individual factors such as existing pelvic floor problems, chronic sphincter changes or old injuries.
When planning a treatment, very special examinations are therefore often required, but we coordinate and arrange for these so that we can give you competent advice in a short time. We are happy to work together with colleagues from the participating disciplines.
Proctology Prinzregenten 121 in Munich carries out all conservative and surgical procedures, both in-patient and out-patient, such as sphincter reconstruction, implantation of artificial sphincters and supporting systems such as sacral nerve stimulation with an incontinence pacemaker.
In connection with voiding disorders and weakness of the pelvic floor, complaints with a constant feeling of pressure, incomplete voiding, strong intestinal gas development and a feeling of fullness often occur.
A rectal prolapse can be responsible for this. If certain conditions are present, a scar-free intestinal operation performed via the anus will provide relief. In advanced cases, when an operation from the abdominal cavity is unavoidable, it is also carried out using minimally invasive keyhole technique (MIC) (visceral surgery, proctology).
In doing so, we generally do not perform a partial bowel removal, which is still standard in many places, taking into account the individual risk-benefit ratio.