Sacral Nerve Stimulator

Aids in the Management of Clustering, Frequency, and Incontinence

Some individuals living with LARS have found that Sacral Nerve Stimulation can help improve LARS. A small device is surgically implanted into the tailbone area and sends electrical impulses, similar to a heart pacemaker, to the sacral nerves.  These nerves affect sphincter and pelvic floor muscles so as these are stimulated by the device, colon function is improved in some patients.

If it is available in your location, your doctor will be able to make a determination if Sacral Nerve Stimulation is a suitable option for you.