Find out what doctors across the US have to say about bladder control problems and InterStim Therapy.
Dr. Kesha talks about the number of people in the US affected by bladder control problems, and why it’s important to treat them.
Dr. Siegel answers a patient's question about the likelihood of success with the InterStim Therapy evaluation.
Dr. Siegel talks with a patient about the InterStim Therapy evaluation and what success looks like.
Dr. Siegel talks with a patient long-term InterStim Therapy and the cosmetic aspects of the neurostimulator.
The doctors listed on this page are paid by Medtronic as consultants. Medtronic asked for their statements regarding their experience with InterStim Therapy.
In addition to risks related to surgery, complications can include pain at the implant sites, new pain, infection, lead (thin wire) movement/migration, device problems, interactions with certain other devices or diagnostic equipment, undesirable changes in urinary or bowl function, and uncomfortable stimulation (sometimes described as a jolting or shocking feeling). In most cases, these issues can be resolved, so talk to your doctor about your experience. (See Important Safety Information for possible adverse events.) This therapy is not for everyone. A prescription is required.