Urinary Incontinence: How Can EmSella Help

Urinary incontinence is a common problem, affecting millions of people worldwide. While it can occur at any age, it is most common in women over the age of 40.


What is urinary incontinence and what are the symptoms?

Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. It can be a minor annoyance or a major problem that interferes with your daily life. The severity of symptoms varies from person to person and can range from leaking a small amount of urine when you cough or sneeze, to having an urge to urinate that is so strong you cannot make it to the toilet in time.

What are the causes of urinary incontinence?

There are several different types of urinary incontinence, each with its own set of causes. The most common type, stress incontinence, is caused by weakened pelvic floor muscles. This can be due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, or other factors. Other types of incontinence include urge incontinence (overactive bladder), overflow incontinence, and functional incontinence.

How can EmSella help with urinary incontinence?

EmSella is a new, non-invasive treatment for urinary incontinence that is clinically proven to be effective. The treatment uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles, resulting in strengthened muscles and improved bladder control. EmSella is FDA-cleared and has been shown to be safe and effective in clinical trials.


What are the benefits of using EmSella?

EmSella offers a number of benefits for those suffering from urinary incontinence, including:

– improvement in urinary incontinence symptoms

– strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles (a 30 minute treatments is the equivalent of 11 000 kegels)

– improved sexual function (85% of patients report improved sexual wellbeing, and satisfaction)

– no pain or side effects

How may EmSella sessions are needed?

The number of EmSella treatments needed will vary depending on the individual, and the severity of their concern, but most people will need 6 treatments, spaced 3-4 weeks apart. After the initial course of treatments, many people will experience significant improvement in their symptoms. For some, a maintenance program of 1-2 treatments per year may be recommended to keep symptoms under control.