About Gynaecology

At Maple Leafs, we’re firmly committed to gynaecological care. Our gynaecologists specialize in minimally invasive treatment, urogynaecology, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, mature women’s health, infertility services and gynaecological cancers.

Women and babies program

Our Women & Babies Program offers expert, personalized care for women and their families before, during and after pregnancy.

The gynaecology services at Maple Leafs are designed to meet the needs of women through all stages of life, including pregnancy, menopause and beyond. Our gynaecologists specialize in compassionate care for a range of reproductive health and pelvic problems.

The following Women’s Health Services are offered at our Maple Leafs Medical Clinic:

  • PAP exams
  • Breast exams
  • STD testing
  • Pregnancy tests
  • The Morning After Pill
  • Mammogram-Ultrasound – screening
  • Menopause management
  • Osteoporosis management
  • Prenatal referrals

Urodynamics services

To help gather specific date about how a  bladder is functioning, the Urodynamics service provides several tests that may suggest treatment plans for.


Urinary biofeedback; Biofeedback training

How biofeedback can help

Biofeedback is effective in many patients with different bladder control problems such as those:

  • Who do not empty their bladders completely
  • Who strain in order to urinate
  • Who get recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Who experience periods of urgency to urinate
  • Who continue to wet despite other therapies

How biofeedback is performed

A set of sensors (sticky patches) that detect muscle activity is placed on your  buttocks near the sphincter area. The sensors are attached to a small computer that records the signals from the sensors and presents them on the computer screen for you to see. The signals change as you contracts and relaxes the sphincter muscle. In this way, the process of isolating the sphincter muscle and understanding how to properly relax this muscle begins.

The procedure is not painful

The placement of the sensors and the recordings into the computer are not painful. No electric shocks pass to the patient.

Other testing may be performed during biofeedback

In order to better assess the way in which you empties  bladder, an ultrasound of the bladder is performed to measure the volume of urine at the beginning of the session and the amount left inside after she urinates. Also, a uroflow (voiding into a special commode) is performed to evaluate her voiding pattern.

Therefore, it is important that your child arrives for the biofeedback session with a full bladder. To do this, have you drink clear liquid for one hour prior to the session.

Some foods can affect the results of biofeedback

Bowelhabits also can affect biofeedback


Please remember…

All of your questions concerning biofeedback are welcome. The more you understand, the better you can help your bladder control problem.

For questions or for more information, please call +37491 42 15 35

Urinary Incontinence in Women

The physicians of the Female Urology program of Maple Leafs Medical Clinic are highly experienced in the treatment of urinary incontinence in women and are committed to improving the quality of life of women suffering from this condition. Urinary incontinence is typically treated on an outpatient basis, meaning that a hospital stay is usually not necessary.

Through their use of state-of-the-art treatment techniques and a caring approach to patients, urologist has helped many women manage or overcome urinary incontinence.

Types of incontinence

Our expert urologists are experienced in the treatment of all types of urinary incontinence in women, including:

  • Incontinence due to overactive or spastic bladder (urge incontinence)
  • Incontinence due to urethral weakness (stress incontinence)
  • Urinary incontinence caused by neurological conditions such as stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease or spina bifida

Treatment of incontinence

Treatments include behavioral modification and exercise, medication, stimulation of nervesleading to the bladder (neuromodulation)procedures,biofeedback training, pessaries, special medical non-invasive device to treat the hipo-contractile bladders etc.


Pessary Clinic

At our pessary clinic, a gynecologist will provide you with education about incontinence, prolapsed, pessary fitting, counseling and conservative management of urinary incontinence.

A pessary is a device that is placed into the vagina to support the the uterus or bladder and rectum. It is firm ring or other type of pessaries that presses against the wall of the vagina and urethra to help decrease leakage.