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Urinary Incontinence (UI) can be a problem for women of all ages. The numbers are staggering – over 25 million+ Americans and growing, mostly women, suffer from bladder leakage or incontinence. And no matter how much the adult diaper people want you to believe, adult diapers are not the solution.
Many women struggle with this issue after childbirth, during menopause and in the process of aging and often find that they are suffering from urinary stress incontinence. Now, we have a solution that does not involve adult diapers, medication or invasive surgery and it’s called Emsella. Emsella is a non-invasive, FDA cleared treatment that restores muscular control by stimulating the muscles of the pelvic floor. The Emsella uses electromagnetic energy to activate the muscles of the pelvis at once and is similar to performing Kegel exercises — except much stronger and you complete about 11,000 contractions in 28 minutes. The Emsella strengthens the pelvic floor and gives the patient more control of the muscles while laughing, coughing, and sneezing. What are you waiting for? Schedule your Emsella Now!
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When you urinate, contracting muscles force urine out of the bladder and down into the urethra. Simultaneously, sphincter muscles around the urethra relax to release the urine out of the body. Incontinence results when the muscles or nerves that help release or retain urine are damaged.
The two most common types of urinary incontinence are:
- Stress Urinary Incontinence
- Urge Incontinence
Stress incontinence is the most common type of UI. It refers to urine leakage during exertion or movement (coughing, laughing, sneezing jumping, etc.) The main cause of stress incontinence is vaginal childbirth or menopause. Stress incontinence occurs when the tissues that support the bladder are stretched or weakened, allowing the bladder to exert pressure downward on the sphincter muscles that keep the urethra shut. This prevents the muscles from closing as tightly as they need for urinary retention during physical stress.
Stress incontinence can be improved by strengthening the tissues and muscles that support the bladder.²
Urge incontinence refers to a sudden “urge” to urinate followed by the involuntary loss or urine. Urge incontinence occurs when abnormal nerve signals cause the muscles in the bladder to contract. Urinary retention is lost when the overactive muscles of the bladder overpower the sphincter muscles that close the urethra.
Similar to stress incontinence, urge incontinence can be improved by strengthening the muscles that support the bladder.
Pelvic floor exercises, commonly referred to as Kegels, which strength the muscles and tissue that support the bladder, are the most prescribed treatment for improving urinary incontinence.
Emsella is the first, non-surgical device of its kind to gain FDA clearance for the treatment of urinary incontinence and vaginal laxity. Emsella is an ergonomic chair equipped with High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology (HIFEM®). During a treatment, the fully clothed patient sits on the chair. Electromagnetic energy then penetrates the pelvic floor, activating neurons that signal the pelvic muscles to contract. One treatment with EmSella induces more than 11,000 supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions, or the equivalent of 11,000 Kegels. As a result, pelvic floor muscles are strengthened, the vaginal wall is tightened and the tissues that support the pelvic organs are rebuilt. This leads to a decrease in urge and stress incontinence, greater urine retention, and as an extra bonus, increased sexual satisfaction.