Traditional treatments, like pads and kegels, have many people frustrated. Women avoid going out in public, traveling, and dating because they are afraid of humiliating pee leaks. It's humiliating and degrading to have to wear a pad or diaper at all times. When you're afraid about wetting your pants, it's impossible to feel secure in any scenario. You can effectively treat urinary incontinence without any kegels or medication.
Emsella causes deep pelvic floor muscle stimulation by transmitting High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology (HIFEM). The Emsella treatments help to enhance bladder and pelvic floor muscle control. Patients remain fully dressed throughout treatment and sit in a chair-shaped device for 28-minute sessions. Patients have experienced little to no discomfort during treatment sessions because the procedure is non-invasive. 12,000 kegels are performed in a single 28-minute session!
Schedule an appointment in our Coppell office if you want to reduce or eliminate bladder leaking and are interested in Emsella.
EMSELLA utilizes electromagnetic energy to deliver thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions in a single session. These contractions re-educate the muscles of incontinent patients.
Emsella is a great option for men and women of any age who desire a solution for urinary incontinence and improvement in their quality of life. Studies confirm 95% of patients report an improved quality of life.
Our doctor will tailor a treatment plan for you. A typical treatment takes about 30 minutes, and you will need about 6 sessions, scheduled twice a week.
This might result from weak pelvic floor muscles since pelvic floor muscles play an essential role in supporting pelvic organs and controlling continence. Physiological changes can contribute to the development of urinary incontinence; changes such as vaginal delivery, menopause, and aging can decondition pelvic floor muscles.
You will experience tingling and pelvic floor muscle contractions during the procedure. You may resume daily activities immediately after the treatment.
You may observe improvement after a single session. The results will typically continue to improve over the next few weeks. Results and patient experience may vary.
Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary leakage of urine. There are three different types of urinary incontinence: