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Urinary Incontinence refers to a loss of bladder control and the involuntary leakage of urine. Control over the urinary sphincter is either lost or weakened. Urinary Incontinence is a common problem that affects many people.

Signs of incontinence can include:

  • Weak bladder control
  • Involuntary urinary leakage during physical exertion such as a coughing, sneezing, or jumping.
  • Frequent urination with sudden & uncontrollable urges

What causes Incontinence?

Stress Urinary Incontinence is caused by weak pelvic floor muscles that are unable to support the bladder. This leads to involuntary urinary leakages that usually occur with a cough, sneeze or physical exercises.

Weak pelvic floor muscles, as well as weak or overactive bladder muscles are some common causes of incontinence.

Risk Factors & Complications

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.


Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles will help to prevent urinary incontinence and help incontinence. Urinary incontinence may not be preventable. However, to help decrease your risk:

  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Practice pelvic floor exercises
  • Avoid bladder irritants, such as caffeine, alcohol and acidic foods
  • Eat more fiber, which can prevent constipation, which is also a cause of urinary incontinence


Seeking early treatment for incontinence is often more effective with faster results. If left untreated, incontinence may worsen with time and even result in a pelvic organ prolapse in severe cases.

Strengthening the pelvic floor can be done to treat stress urinary incontinence. At Orchard Clinic, a combination of machine treatments and floorwork exercises is a proven and effective treatment for incontinence.


Advanced treatment technology that is FDA-approved and clinically proven to treat incontinence. HIFEM technology enables over 11,000 supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions to re-educate the muscles and create greater muscle memory otherwise unachievable through any other physical means.

Minimally Invasive
No surgery or downtime involved.

No Discomfort
Safe and comfortable treatment, fully clothed.

Fast & Effective
Easy walk-in and walk-out procedure.

Clinically Proven
FDA approved advanced medical technology.

HIFEM Technology

High intensity electromagnetic energy to treat Incontinence.


Detailed assessment and treatment plan customised to the individual

FDA approved devices with clinically proven method to treat incontinence

No downtime & painless treatment with long-lasting results


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


After childbirth I found out that I have incontinence and DR. The treatment was amazing! My incontinence result is almost immediate. The people are very friendly and knowledgeable”

– Serene Ong

“I had very good treatment at Orchard clinic, staff name called Clarissa did an excellent job, I would highly recommend this clinic.”

– Mr Prem

“The clinic staff are knowledgeable and friendly! You can only imagine how pleased I was to find this clinic. I found out that they use high-tech machines for their treatment plans. The clinic staff are knowledgeable and friendly.”

Jen Wang


Cheryl Han

Phone: +65 6235 4560
Email: cheryl.han@orchardclinic.com
Cheryl is Principal Consultant at Orchard Clinic. Her specialisation is in postpartum body assessment with a focus on managing mild to severe cases of diastasis recti and pelvic floor conditions. Through her genuine understanding of every individual case and ability to develop the right treatment plan, Cheryl has achieved an excellent treatment success rate. Cheryl’s care philosophy is based on the proven method of combining advanced treatment technologies and floorwork techniques to significantly increase the client’s return to their highest level of function. As a certified yoga instructor, her special interest in body mechanics and anatomy allows her to continue developing her practice in postpartum care. Cheryl is also currently serving as Board Director of Children’s Wishing Well, a non-profit organisation and registered charity in Singapore to help with low-income children and families.

Cheryl Han


Cheryl is Principal Consultant at Orchard Clinic. Her specialisation is...


Clarissa Quek

Phone: +65 6235 4560
Email: clarissa.quek@orchardclinic.com

Clarissa is Senior Consultant & Branch Manager at Orchard Clinic and formally trained and certified in Body Arts and Science (BASI) Pilates. Her particular interest and specialisation is in postpartum Diastasis Recti treatment with a focus on younger mothers. Clarissa’s excellent track record and treatment success is a result of her consistent care for her clients and continual learning and research.

Clarissa has seen mild to severe cases with successful treatment for muscular imbalances and skin conditions. She is passionate about helping clients achieve long-lasting results and often provides professional advice on floorwork exercises for abdominal and pelvic floor strengthening.

Clarissa Quek


Clarissa is Senior Consultant & Branch Manager at Orchard Clinic...

Ye Hwee Leow

Phone: +65 6741 8911
Email: yehwee.leow@orchardclinic.com

Ye Hwee is Senior Consultant & Kembangan Branch Manager at Orchard Clinic and formally certified by Yoga Alliance (USA) in Pre and Post-Natal Yoga and Ashtanga/Vinyasa Yoga instruction.

Ye Hwee’s specialisation is in postpartum body rehabilitation through the constructive use of medical-grade devices with physical therapy. Clients under her care have seen excellent treatment success, particularly in Diastasis Recti, due to her deep understanding of body anatomy and sincerity in advancing clients towards recovery. An acute believer in the science of yoga and its rehabilitative component, Ye Hwee is passionate about synthesizing her knowledge of body mechanics with modern technology to design effective non-invasive solutions to mommies and makes recovery accessible for all.

Ye Hwee Leow


Ye Hwee is Senior Consultant & Kembangan Branch Manager at...


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.

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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    Orchard Clinic is a new treatment concept offering a unique method that provides high-quality conservative solutions for women’s body recovery after pregnancy and menopause.

    As a specialised treatment centre for women, we assess and treat common conditions such as incontinence, pelvic floor issues, abdominal separation (diastasis recti) and vaginal laxity.


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