Treating Incontinence with Sacral Neuromodulation

Thousands of people suffer in silence with incontinence. One in six women is affected by incontinence, which can have a significant negative impact on quality of daily life. Robert Shapiro, MD, WVU Medicine Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive surgeon, explains how a simple electronic device may be implanted to provide a long-term solution to the problem, as advances in technology now make current treatment less invasive and more effective.

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Robert Shapiro, MD
Associate Professor

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