What Sets Us Apart?
The Mars Clinic is the first children’s continence clinic in Queensland, and one of only a few in Australia, to utilise non-invasive, cutting-edge technology — this makes it a novel and exciting way to assess and treat common bladder and bowel problems.
In addition to standard urotherapy, the Mars Clinic uses non-invasive urodynamics, diagnostic ultrasound, Urostym™ biofeedback and TENS neuromodulation. Here’s a little bit of information about each of them…
What is Non-Invasive Urodynamics?
Assessments and treatments at the Mars Clinic are provided by advanced-trained Physiotherapists. The type of assessment will vary depending on the cause of the problem and the needs of the individual. Mars Clinic Physiotherapists use the information provided by urodynamic assessments to tailor specific treatment programs for bladder and bowel disorders.
What is a Uroflow?
What is a Diagnostic Ultrasound?
An external Diagnostic Ultrasound is also commonly used in non-invasive urodynamics as an assessment and treatment tool. Ultrasound may be used to measure:
Diagnostic Ultrasound may also be used as a biofeedback tool as it allows you to actually see your own muscles working and helps you to learn the correct muscle action.
For details regarding Urostym™ Biofeedback and TENS Neuromodulation, please click here.