What is urinary incontinence?
Urinary incontinence is the leakage of urine without conscious control. Control over the urinary sphincter is weakened commonly after childbirth or with age. Urinary incontinence is a problem that affects over a quarter of men and women in the U.S.
It is not just a medical problem, it can affect emotional, psychological, and social life. Many people who have urinary incontinence are afraid to do normal daily activities, keeping them from enjoying their life to the fullest.
Many people think urinary incontinence is an issue they will have to live with or go through surgery to fix. Luckily there is now a non-invasive and revolutionary treatment available called Emsella.
How it does Emsella work?
Emsella works by applying electromagnetic energy to distribute thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions in a single session. These contractions re-educate the muscles of incontinent patients. Emsella™ significantly reduces the symptoms related to incontinence. In addition, a stronger pelvic floor reduces nocturia – waking up to urinate – and can even improve sexual enjoyment.
The pelvic floor includes ten muscles that directly support the bladder and male and female sex organs. Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which in turn improves blood flow, bladder control, and sexual sensation. Because the Emsella delivers the equivalent of 11,200 kegel contractions in 28 minutes, Emsella is the preferred non-invasive, non-surgical treatment method for incontinence and intimate health in men and women.