Incontinence

Incontinence
It has been estimated that 200 million people worldwide suffer from urinary incontinence. Treatment for this nuisance will minimize embarrassing accidents and reduce frequent bathroom stops.

Incontinence of the bladder occurs when the bladder loses control. Involuntary or uncontrollable bladder leaks result from this lack of control. Incontinence caused by sudden urges to urinate is known as urge incontinence. Having the urge to use the restroom comes without warning or enough time to make it there. Pressure (stress) on the bladder causes stress incontinence, which causes an urge to urinate. It could be caused by sneezing, coughing, laughing, or exercising.

Treatments

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EmSella for Incontinence

Emsella Urinary Incontinence Treatment

Emsella is a non-invasive treatment for incontinence caused by weak pelvic floors. The Emsella chair emits a (HIFEM) high-intensity focused electromagnetic wave over a 30-minute session twice a week for three weeks to create supramaximal contractions throughout the pelvic floor muscles.

Emsella treatments are superior to Kegels. Despite Kegels’ ability to strengthen the pelvic floor over time, this treatment option cannot compete with it. Over the course of these brief sessions, thousands of supramaximal contractions are delivered. Within 30 minutes, you can perform more than 10,000 Kegel exercises on the Emsella chair!

The problem of urinary incontinence is nothing to laugh at. Get back to normal faster by discovering the Emsella chair at MediMorph!

FAQs

Although incontinence is more prevalent among women, it can also affect men. Anyone who suffers from urinary incontinence and wishes to improve their quality of life can use Emsella.
Incontinence will improve after the first session. Most patients see results within three to six sessions, although pelvic floor muscle fatigue can worsen your symptoms before they improve.
The effects of the initial six-session treatment sessions with Emsella can last between 9-12 months. A touch-up session may be recommended three to six months after initial treatment for some patients.
There is no recovery or downtime required for Emsella.

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