We know this is awkward, but we’re going to talk about it anyway. And you may thank us after!
Did you know that 50% of women suffer from urinary incontinence? If you fall into this statistic, consider incontinence treatment with Emsella.
What Is Emsella?
Emsella is a non-invasive treatment that uses electromagnetic technology to improve pelvic floor issues by strengthening the muscles. If you have urinary leaking from pregnancy, aging, obesity, or other conditions, incontinence treatment with Emsella is an effective solution for improving pelvic floor strength and bladder control without surgery or medication.
What Happens During Incontinence Treatment with Emsella?
During your consultation with your provider, you will discuss your particular conditions, symptoms, and goals and treatment recommendations will be made.
During your treatment, you will sit fully clothed on a special chair that emits high-intensity electromagnetic waves. These will stimulate the pelvic floor muscles, resulting in thousands of contractions, similar to Kegel’s, during a single treatment session.
Your treatment will last 20-30 minutes while you relax comfortably and safely. During this pain-free treatment, you may experience vibrations or slight tingling. Most patients need a series of several treatments to reach their goals and regain confidence while exercising, laughing, sneezing, or just enjoying everyday activities.
Regain Your Confidence with Emsella!
You can expect the results of your treatment to last for more than a year. Follow-up treatments may be necessary to maintain your results. 95% of women treated reported an improved quality of life.
Benefits of Emsella
- Improved bladder control
- Decreased urgency
- Reduction in leaks
- Improved sexual satisfaction
Non-Invasive Treatment for Incontinence in Nashville
While urinary leakage may be common, it isn’t normal and treatment is available. If you’re interested in avoiding surgery and medication, Emsella may be right for you.
Call our office at 615-425-FACE to learn more about this innovative treatment for urinary incontinence in Nashville.