Treat Urinary Incontinence with Emsella

Urinary incontinence is an embarrassing condition that often affects women due to childbirth, aging, and menopause. Emsella is one of the best treatment options for you if you experience accidental leakages when you cough, sneeze, sleep, or get startled. All you have to do is sit on the Emsella device for the treatment duration and let it treat your incontinence. Revitalize! CNY is outfitted with the latest state-of-the-art technologies for vaginal rejuvenation and other treatments. Please schedule an appointment to discuss your urinary continence treatment options today.

What is Emsella?

Emsella by BTL is a non-invasive and FDA-approved device that treats urinary incontinence by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. Traditionally, women experiencing urinary incontinence relied on Kegel exercises to strengthen their pelvic muscles and reduce incontinence. However, the BTL Emsella device induces rapid muscular contractions in the pelvic floor to give you the same benefits as 11, 200 Kegel reps in a single session. Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles gives you more control, reducing involuntary leakages.

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How Does Emsella Work?

Urinary incontinence occurs when your pelvic floor muscles are too weak to support the organs responsible for bladder control. The best way to strengthen the pelvic muscles is through muscular contractions. When you sit on the Emsella device, shaped like a chair, it sends thousands of electromagnetic pulses into the pelvic floor muscles and induces rapid muscle contractions. As such, by stimulating the pelvic floor muscles, Emsella restores bladder control. Each Emsella session lasts for 25 to 30 minutes, and you might need multiple treatments.

What Does Emsella Treat?

Emsella’s primary goal is to treat urinary incontinence by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. As such, Emsella treats stress incontinence, overflow incontinence, urge incontinence, and mixed incontinence.

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What Are the Benefits of Emsella?

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  • Non-surgical and non-invasive treatment
  • Concludes within 30 minutes
  • No pain and discomfort
  • Produces thousands of pelvic muscle contractions
  • No need to disrobe
  • No downtime

Who Are the Ideal Candidates for Emsella?

Emsella is suitable for women of all ages experiencing urinary incontinence. You’re the ideal candidate for Emsella treatment if you want to reduce incontinence symptoms without dealing with months of regular Kegels or surgical procedures. Since Emsella isn’t surgical and doesn’t involve any medications, it’s safe for everyone and doesn’t include medical contraindications. However, your provider will review your medical history to make sure you’re a viable candidate for Emsella.

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What Can I Expect From My Emsella Treatment?

Emsella is an incredibly comfortable treatment that lasts for 20 to 30 minutes per session. There’s no need for preparation or anesthesia — all you have to do is sit on the Emsella chair for the entire treatment. You can take the time to read a book, watch TV, or simply take a nap, as long as you remain firmly seated on the Emsella chair. The device will send thousands of electromagnetic pulses to induce supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions, giving your pelvic muscles the re-education they need.

After the Emsella session, you can simply get up, leave the clinic, and resume your daily activities. You won’t experience any side effects or complications, besides a little soreness. We recommend approximately six Emsella sessions spaced 2 to 3 weeks apart. However, the specific frequency of treatments will depend on your unique situation. Some women see results immediately, but others need additional treatments for optimal results.

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