It is not uncommon for women to experience some form of bladder or stress incontinence of some sort during their lifetime. However, just because it is common does not mean it is easy to deal with. Incontinence, or bladder leakage, can make many daily tasks, activities, and even intimacy difficult. If you are a woman who is struggling with the effects of bladder incontinence, we here at the Institute of Aesthetic Surgery can help. With the revolutionary BTL Emsella, you can now eliminate bladder and stress incontinence.
What Is Emsella?
This is a technologically advanced and non-invasive procedure that removes the time and work out of strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. Treatments successfully harness the power of High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology in order to restore control over your pelvic floor and bladder. Incontinence can result from various factors such as aging, childbirth, and menopause. Emsella can effectively treat this through the ability to address the issue in an in-depth and reliable way.
How Does it Work?
Treatments are performed in the comfort of a chair. Through the use of an advanced device HIFEM waves are emitted to penetrate into the pelvic floor tissue. This is the area that is weak and unable to support bladder control resulting in leakage. When the electromagnetic energy penetrates the pelvic floor area, it then stimulates the tissue on a cellular level. The pelvic region is then caused to perform thousands of tissue tightening contractions. This series of contractions is effective at strengthening the pelvic muscles that aid in regaining control over the bladder. This revolutionary treatment is an effective solution for helping women to reclaim control over their pelvic and bladder region.
Who Is a Candidate?
Any woman who has developed bladder incontinence due to aging, childbirth, or menopause could be a candidate. If you have noticed the inability to control bladder leakage, you could possibly benefit from Emsella treatments. However, the best way to determine if you are a proper candidate is through a consultation with a professional.
If you are struggling with the negative effects of incontinence, and are ready to take the steps necessary for reclaiming control, reach out to us here at The Institute of Aesthetic Surgery to learn more about Emsella treatments. Contact us today and schedule your consultation!