For many women with severe prolapse or incontinence, surgery will be the only effective option. There is however a difference between 'effective' and 'curative'. Incontinence can often (not always) be cured. I contend that prolapse can not. Not so far as the underlying defects and injuries are concerned. The analogy I often use is that of a bad back. Surgery can make it better, but it will never be a normal back...ever again. As a result, it is often better to try safer, less invasive treatments before going to surgery directly. These treatment include physiotherapy, pessaries, and laser. Physiotherapy, laser and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment in combination is probably the best all around combined conservative treatment combination available. We offer all of these individually or in combination and our results are as good or better than anywhere in the world.