There is a layer of muscles on the pelvic floor that spans the bottom of the pelvis and supports the pelvic organs. Strong pelvic muscles provide you with control over your bladder and bowel. Conversely, weakened pelvic floor muscles mean your internal organs are not supported, and you have difficulty controlling the release of urine.
Urinary incontinence is the result of weak pelvic floor muscles. In addition, physiological changes contribute to the development of incontinence, such as vaginal deliveries, menopause, and aging. For example, when you sneeze, laugh, cough, or exercise, you may not be able to control the release of urine. Intense stress also causes incontinence.
Emsella uses electromagnetic energy to deliver thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions in only one session. The contractions re-educate your muscles to be able to control the flow of urine.
You can treat your incontinence with Emsella. Studies prove that 95% of patients saw an improved quality of life with Emsella treatments.
Typical treatments take about 30 minutes, and you may need about six sessions scheduled twice a week