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Why Choose Emsella Incontinence Treatment Leamington Spa?

An incontinence treatment that is non-surgical as well as non-invasive is Emsella.

High-intensity concentrated electromagnetic (HIFEM) waves are given off from the Emsella chair twice a week for three weeks to generate supramaximal contractions in the pelvic flooring muscles.

How does it work?

Emsella works for incontinence treatment by using electromagnetic energy to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles. This helps strengthen the muscles, which in turn can help reduce urinary incontinence. The stimulation provided by Emsella is painless and non-invasive

Short Treatment

It is delivered through a comfortable chair while the patient remains fully clothed.
During each session patients receive thousands of supramaximal contractions that are designed to activate and strengthen the pelvic floor muscle group.

Long Lasting Results

Clinical studies have shown that after an average of four 30-minute sessions, many patients see significant improvement in symptoms associated with urinary incontinence.

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Incontinence Treatment FAQS Leamington Spa:

What is Emsella?

Emsella is a non-invasive treatment for urinary incontinence.

It uses high intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles, helping them to strengthen and re-educate themselves to control bladder leakage.

This FDA-cleared treatment helps bridge any gaps in muscle strength, providing an effective solution that can be completed in just a few sessions.

How does Emsella work?

Emsella works for incontinence treatment by using electromagnetic energy to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles.

This stimulation causes them to contract and relax, which strengthens the muscles over time.

This helps treat incontinence by increasing bladder control and improving overall bladder function.

What are the benefits of Emsella?

The benefits of Emsella include:

1. Improved bladder control and overall pelvic health

2. Increased muscle tone in the pelvic floor muscles

3. Reduced urinary incontinence

4. Reshaped pelvic floor muscles to prevent issues such as prolapse

5. Reduced pelvic pain from conditions such as interstitial cystitis and endometriosis

6. Improved sexual pleasure and orgasmic response by strengthening the vaginal wall muscles

How many Emsella treatments will I need?

The exact number of Emsella treatments needed to help with incontinence will depend on the individual and their condition.

It is recommended that you consult with your doctor or healthcare provider to determine the best course of treatment for you.

How long does each Emsella treatment take?

It is not possible to answer this question without knowing more information about your individual condition and needs.

The best way to find out how many Emsella treatments you will need is to consult with a specialist who can assess your individual needs and provide an appropriate treatment plan.

What can I expect during an Emsella treatment?

During an Emsella treatment, you can expect a non-invasive procedure that utilizes High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Technology (HIFEM).

The HIFEM technology produces thousands of deep pelvic floor muscle contractions to strengthen and tone the muscle group in a single 28-minute session.

This therapy is FDA cleared as a safe and effective way to treat urinary incontinence, however it can also help improve sexual satisfaction, reduce pain and discomfort during intercourse, and reduce symptoms of overactive bladder.

How quickly will I see results from Emsella?

The results of Emsella Incontinence Treatment will vary from person to person.

However, most people start seeing improvement after their first session.

The amount of improvement is typically greater over the course of multiple sessions.

Are there any side effects from Emsella?

Yes, there can be side effects from Emsella.

The most common side effects reported are mild to moderate discomfort or pain in the treated area during and after treatment; temporary redness, swelling, and sensitivity in the treated area; and/or an itching sensation in the treated area.