Stress And Urge Urinary Incontinence Specialist

Roel Galope, DO -  - Medical Spa

Lasting Impression Medical Aesthetics

Roel Galope, DO

Medical Spa located in Fair Lawn, NJ

Urinary incontinence, including stress and urge incontinence, are common health problems that affect both men and women. Although it may be something you expect as you get older, urinary incontinence doesn’t have to be an inevitable condition you simply have to deal with. Dr. Roel Galope at Lasting Impression Medical Aesthetics in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, offers treatments to help stop your urinary incontinence. Call today, or schedule a consultation using the online booking button to learn more about your urinary incontinence treatment options. Recommended treatment is a series of six BTL EMSella sessions over three weeks. Buy 5 sessions and get the 6th session for free! $250 per session. Request an appointment below.

Stress and Urge Urinary Incontinence

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a general medical term that describes a loss of bladder control, whether it’s a tiny dribble or a complete loss of your bladder. It’s usually a symptom of an underlying disease. There are several different types of urinary incontinence, but stress and urge urinary incontinence are the most common.

What is stress urinary incontinence?

Stress urinary incontinence occurs when a physical activity, such as a sneeze or lifting weights, puts too much pressure on your bladder, causing you to lose urine. Weakened pelvic floor or urinary sphincter muscles are usually the underlying cause of stress urinary incontinence.

You may be more at risk of developing this type of urinary incontinence if you just had a baby or recently underwent prostate surgery. Carrying excess body weight and smoking may also increase your risk.

What is urge urinary incontinence?

Urge urinary incontinence, also known as overactive bladder (OAB), is an intense, uncontrollable urge to urinate that may cause you to lose control of your bladder before you’ve reached the bathroom.

Normally, you may feel an urge to urinate when your bladder is filled with about two cups of urine. Your bladder, signaled by you, contracts and pushes urine through your urethra. Urge incontinence occurs when your bladder contracts on it own, without your control.

You may be experiencing urge incontinence for a number of different reasons, including infection, nerve injury, or something blocking your bladder.

What treatments are available for urinary incontinence?

Treatment for urinary incontinence depends on the type and underlying cause. Dr. Galope may first focus treatment on fixing what may be causing your incontinence, then make recommendations for additional treatment.

Behavioral changes are usually recommended first, such as:

  • Bladder training
  • Fully emptying your bladder during urination
  • Urinating on a schedule
  • Limiting liquids before bed

Pelvic floor therapy may also be recommended, which are targeted exercises that put you back in touch with your pelvic muscles and organs to help you regain control over function.

If conservative measures fail to improve control, more invasive treatments may be recommended such as Botox®, use of bulking agents, or nerve stimulator device.


BTL EMSella® is intended to provide entirely non-invasive electromagnetic stimulation of pelvic floor musculature for the purpose of rehabilitation of weak pelvic muscles and restoration of neuromuscular control for the treatment of male and female urinary incontinence.

EMSella is a medical device, a chair that uses electromagnetic technology to stimulate pelvic floor muscles in an effort to strengthen them and address urinary incontinence (stress and urge incontinence). It will give you the equivalent of 11,000 Kegels exercise contractions during each 30 minute session. The treatment is appealing because it’s non-invasive, FDA-cleared, treats your entire pelvic floor, and is done while you’re fully clothed.

For management of your urinary incontinence, call Lasting Impression Medical Aesthetics, or use the online booking button to schedule an appointment.

*Individual Results May Vary