What is Incontinence?

Incontinence refers to a loss of bladder control that results in an involuntary leakage of urine. It is a physical inconvenience with emotional repercussions – people often internalize shame and embarrassment towards the condition.

Prevalence of Incontinence

Incontinence is a common condition among women, especially after childbirth and with aging. The statistical number is likely under-reported as many women avoid diagnosis due to embarrassment.

Women are twice as likely to suffer from incontinence than men.

1 in 2 women suffer from incontinence after pregnancy and childbirth.


Urinary Incontinence can be caused by daily habits, medical conditions, urinary tract infections or physical problems. It can also be a result of too much stress imposed on the pelvic floor – through factors such as pregnancy, excessive weight, chronic constipation and cough.

Factors that increase the risk of developing urinary incontinence include:

  • Age : The natural ageing process and hormonal changes cause muscles to weaken over time.
  • Weight : Being overweight increases pressure on the bladder and pelvic floor, weakening the muscles.
  • Smoking : Tobacco use may increase your risk.
  • Family History : If a close family member has incontinence, your chances of developing it is higher.
  • Diseases : Diseases such as Diabetes may increase your risk.

Find out if treatment is suitable for you


STAGE 1Avoiding Exercise & Travelling

• An occasional leak, and usually only on a full bladder.

Lifestyle Symptoms:
• Limits sports, social events and carrying of heavy items.

• Kegel Exercises
• Pelvic Floor Therapy
• Bladder Training
• Scheduled Toilet Trips

STAGE 2Avoiding Hydration & Drinking of Water

• Frequent leaks of a considerable amount.

Lifestyle Symptoms:
• Urination needs start to disrupt sleep quality.
• Manage and hide leakage via protective garments/ sanitary pads.
• Exclusion of self from work or social events.

• Kegel Exercises
• Pelvic Floor Therapy
• Bladder Training
• Scheduled Toilet Trips

STAGE 3Poor Sleep Quality & Noctoria

• Frequent leakage of heavy amounts. Reduced sensitivity of bladder and pelvic floor muscles.

Lifestyle Symptoms:
• Avoidant of all social situations.
• Fear of drinking water when outside.
• Always making “just in case” toilet trips.
• Modifying diet to be Continence-friendly (Eg. Less diuretic).

• Pelvic Floor Strengthening
• Medical devices (Eg. Urethral insert, Catheter, Pessary)
• Injections or Medication

STAGE 4Pelvic Organ Prolapse & Invasive Treatments

• Possible pelvic organ prolapse. Feeling of heaviness around the pelvis.

Lifestyle Symptoms:
• Fear of travelling and going out for long hours.
• Use of waterproof mattress or bed pads.

• Pelvic Floor Strengthening
• Surgery

Our Treatments


Solution for Incontinence

  • No Surgery
  • No Medication
  • No Pain & No Downtime
  • 100% Improvement Rate
  • FDA Approved

HIFEM Technology

High intensity electromagnetic energy to treat Incontinence and Diastasis Recti.

Vulva & Vaginal Repair

EXILIS Ultra Femme 360 to tighten the inner vaginal canal walls and firm up the labia.


One-to-one exercises for muscle stretching and strengthening customised to the individual.


While individual results are different, common results include:

  • No more urinary leakage
  • Fewer visits to the toilet to urinate
  • Prevention of pelvic organ prolapse
  • More confident and better quality of life
  • Stronger core muscles with lesser lower back pain
  • Improved intimate satisfaction


No surgery, medication or side effects. Find out if our treatment is for you.

Book an appointment


    What should I expect during my visit at Orchard Clinic?

    As a new client, you will receive a thorough evaluation and one-on-one discussion with your consultant. Your initial visit should take about 60 to 90 minutes for the admissions and evaluation process. 

    Follow-up visits are typically 30 to 120 minutes in length depending on your individual treatment plan. All treatments take place in a private room with a female consultant trained specifically in this field.

    Is treatment suitable for males and females?

    Yes it is. Incontinence occurs in both males and females, although it is more common with females due to pregnancy and childbirth.

    Treatment for males will include HIFEM technology to strengthen the pelvic floor and may include floorwork exercises. Females may proceed with HIFEM technology for the pelvic floor combined with Vulva & Vaginal Repair.

    Are treatments safe?

    We use FDA approved technology for our treatments. There are certain contraindications such as metal implants and pacemakers, we recommend that you contact us to find out more.

    How much is treatment?

    Initial standard consultation fees are SGD 150 before GST where a detailed assessment is done by our trained consultants.

    Separate treatment charges apply, ranging between $200-300 per treatment with a committed treatment plan. Our consultants adhere to strict guidelines to only offer treatments that are suitable for each individual, and may not be able to treat individuals with certain contraindications. This will be assessed and recommended during the initial consultation.

    To understand more about our prices, you may send us a request for an indicative price list.

    How do I make a booking?

    Please call us directly or email us at method@orchardclinic.com.

    Alternatively, you may fill in the online booking form on our website and we will call you back to confirm your appointment shortly.

    What should I wear for my appointment?

    Please wear comfortable clothing that will enable movement, such as exercise tights or pants. Do note that all jewellery and metal objects will need to be removed before machine therapy.

    Do I need a doctor’s referral?

    Not at all. Simply call us at 6235 4560 to book an appointment. Alternatively, you can also email us at method@orchardclinic.com. But do wait for a confirmation reply before you head down to our clinic.

    What mode of payment do you accept?

    We accept Cash, NETS, Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, JCB and Union Pay.

    DBS, POSB, UOB and OCBC credit card holders can enjoy 0% interest instalment for periods up to 6 or 12 months (not including DBS AMEX).

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