For most of us, the pelvic floor is a forgotten part of our body and something we don't think of very often. But when the pelvic floor starts to age due to estrogen deficiency, gravity’s long standing pull or is stretched to its limits during pregnancy and childbirth, we become all too aware of how it can fail us. Urinary incontinence is a major side effect of a weakened pelvic floor: leaking during exercise, when we sneeze or cough - it’s uncomfortable and a little embarrassing. It may even come as a surprise that both men and women experience incontinence.
There are a group of muscles and ligaments that make up the pelvic floor which acts like a hammock to support our pelvic organs - bladder, genital organs and rectum. Traditionally, we teach patients to do Kegels as well as certain yoga poses, like the downward dog, to strengthen their pelvic floor with some improvement. But, what happens when exercise alone isn't enough or if results are taking too long to be seen?
For many years, the only available options for urinary incontinence are home exercises, pelvic floor physical therapy (if you have the time), medications and surgery. For those who have not been successful with these treatments or do not wish to go under the knife, we want to tell you about a revolutionary, entirely non-invasive, effortless and, most of all, more effective way to treat urinary incontinence: Emsella. Using High- Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology, Emsella allows you to quickly and effectively strengthen the pelvic floor with no discomfort, resulting in less leakage and more bladder control. Did you know: a single Emsella treatment brings tens of thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions, leading to a stronger and more lifted pelvic floor, cool right?
Ask us today about how you can get a FREE five minute Emsella trial and feel how strongly your pelvic floor can contract!
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