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Help with incontinence following a prostate operation

Urology

Incontinence is a subject that most of those affected would rather not talk about. As well as a number of other causes, it is often due to the sphincter not being able to regenerate itself correctly following prostate surgery.

A frequent reason for this is surgical scars. The plexus is damaged and the scars can prevent and block the energy and blood flow in this area. For patients it is often very stressful, because incontinence often lasts for longer than nine months. Some patients even have to live with it for several years.

Bioresonance therapy can in many cases provide help for this rather delicate problem. Based on years of experience with the Bicom device we have managed to combine stored therapy programs that can successfully tackle the problem.

After a basic program has been tested the patient is optionally treated using the following programs: ‘scar elimination’, ‘muscle coordination disorder’, ‘nerve degeneration’, ‘mesenchyma therapy’, ‘regulating urine volume’ and ‘tissue blockage’. Often a bacterial post-operative stress is also present, which we can additionally treat with bioresonance therapy.

To date we have used these programs to treat some 12 patients suffering from such symptoms. Usually four therapy sessions were needed. A refresher therapy after two or three months has also proven effective in practice. We have made all these patients “watertight” again. This has helped the patients not only physically but emotionally too.