About Emsella Incontinence Treatment
Urinary incontinence, also known as involuntary leakage of urine, affects men and women of all ages and body types. This condition can have a significant impact on one’s quality of life and ability to engage in activities. Individuals with a weak pelvic floor may not only be unable to control their bowels and bladder, but may also experience back pain, weakness, and/or less pleasure during sexual intercourse. Emsella incontinence treatment is a solution that can improve pelvic floor muscle resilience. Individuals suffering from incontinence or urinary urgency can regain control of their bladder and pelvic strength, while boosting confidence with this non-invasive and highly effective treatment.
Commonly asked questions about Emsella Incontinence Treatment
Before undertaking any procedure, you will want to be confident in your knowledge. Find the details on Emsella Incontinence Treatment here.
1. What is Emsella incontinence treatment?
When the pelvic muscles are weakened, the muscles do not provide adequate support, affecting bladder control and leading to incontinence issues. Pelvic floor muscles can weaken over time as a result of childbirth, menopause, aging, and other factors. Emsella is a one-of-a-kind treatment that uses the therapeutic power of High-Intensity Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles through thousands of contractions. This treatment reduces urinary leakage, urgency, and frequency while also enhancing sexual health.
4. How does Emsella incontinence treatment work?
During Emsella incontinence treatment, patients sit fully clothed on a specially designed chair that employs High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology (HIFEM). This energy causes deep and intense pelvic-floor muscle contractions, stimulating the muscles that hold the bladder & vital organs in place and aiding in the restoration of neuromuscular control. Over 11,000 supramaximal pelvic-floor muscular contractions occur during a single non-invasive Emsella treatment, which is the equivalent of performing over 11,000 Kegel exercises. Stimulating the entire pelvic floor area is critical for restoring neuromuscular control, re-educating muscles, and improving intimate well-being.
6. When will I see results?
Depending on the initial severity of the condition and the number of treatments, results can vary per individual. For optimal results, the entire process typically consists of six treatments, twice a week for three weeks. The first treatment produces an immediate improvement in bladder control. However, as with all muscles, aging and gravity work against the anatomy, causing the pelvic muscles to sag if not exercised regularly.