The treatment for incontinence has never been easier!
Sit comfortably, while fully clothed, and let the BTL EMSELLA do all the work for you.
What is EMSELLA?
BTL EMSELLA is the HIFEM® procedure that utilizes electromagnetic energy, at a high frequency, to cause pelvic floor muscle stimulation completely non-invasively. Similar to the contractions you perform when doing a Kegel exercise. What makes this treatment effective is the in-depth penetration and stimulation of the entire pelvic floor area. A single session brings you thousands of intense contractions that you would not be able to do on your own. These contractions are very helpful when it comes to muscle strengthening and re-education.
About Urinary Incontinence:
Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary leakage of urine. This might be a result of weak pelvic floor muscles since pelvic floor muscles play an important role in supporting pelvic organs and controlling continence. There are three different types of urinary incontinence:
Stress incontinence: is when there is exerted pressure on the bladder causing leakage. This can be caused by coughing, laughing, sneezing, or exercising.
Urge: is the sudden, intense urge to urinate frequently.
Mixed incontinence: is a combination of both stress and urge incontinence.
Physiological changes can contribute to the development of urinary incontinence; changes such as vaginal delivery, menopause, and aging can decondition pelvic floor muscles. In order to improve symptoms, it is important to strengthen these muscles. Possible ways to improve your condition may include lifestyle changes and Kegel exercises.
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Learn the Terms
Pelvic floor: The bowl-shaped muscles in the pelvic area that support pelvic organs, including the uterus, bladder and rectum.
Pelvic floor muscle exercises (Kegels): Exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor. Regular exercising of the pelvic floor muscles can improve or prevent urinary leakage.
Bladder training: Behavior therapy that helps you wait longer between bathroom trips so that you can go to the bathroom when it is convenient for you rather than the sudden urge.