Laura Dorn is an active person. A 58-year-old from Keizer, Oregon, she loves walking, running, swimming and anything else that keeps her on the go. Like most active people, her goal is to keep moving for as long as possible. She doesn’t want anything to slow her down, but a few years ago that goal looked like it was slipping away.
Recently, a new device called Impressa was launched to help some women suffering from stress urinary incontinence who don't want to have surgery or see a physician.
Portland is a very active town, especially in the summer months. Many women are runners, cyclists, or enjoy spending time in the mountains or on the water. Unfortunately, I see a lot of these women because they are leaking urine, which makes it hard to enjoy being outside.
There are a few main concerns women have when they come in to see me: