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For many women, issues with Pelvic-Floor muscles can be a significant source of discomfort and embarrassment. As we age, or after pregnancy and childbirth, the muscles in the pelvic area can weaken, leading to uncomfortable symptoms such as incontinence and sexual dysfunction. Fortunately, there are many options available for repairing these muscles and improving quality of life.
The Pelvic-Floor muscles surround the bladder, uterus, and rectum, working together to support the pelvic organs and control urine and bowel movements. When these muscles weaken, this can lead to urinary incontinence and other symptoms that can be both frustrating and embarrassing. Pelvic-Floor muscle repair refers to surgical and non-surgical procedures designed to strengthen and repair the Pelvic-Floor muscles.
EMSELLA works by delivering electromagnetic energy to the pelvic floor muscles via a specialized chair. The energy stimulates the muscles to contract and release, simulating thousands of kegel exercises in just a half-hour session. The result is improved strength and muscle tone, leading to improved bladder control, reduced pain, and increased sexual function.
When used in conjunction with EMSCULPT® NEO, EMSELLA provides superior pelvic tightening and toning, making it an excellent therapy for postpartum issues such diastasis recti and pelvic floor weakness. The most recent advancement in body-sculpting and muscle-building technology, EMSCULPT® NEO, uses radio frequency and high-intensity electromagnetic energies to tighten skin, burn fat, and improve muscle mass. A wonderful combo treatment for curvaceous moms who want to restore their figure and address any pelvic floor problems that may have arisen after pregnancy or childbirth.
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EMSELLA offers numerous advantages that make it a standout option for treating pelvic floor disorders:
Q1: Who is the ideal candidate for EMSELLA treatment?
EMSELLA is recommended for men and women of any age who suffer from urinary incontinence or other pelvic floor disorders and those looking for prevention of these conditions.
Q2: How many EMSELLA sessions are required to see results?
The number of sessions needed can vary based on individual needs, but generally, patients can see noticeable improvements after a series of six treatments scheduled twice a week.
Q3: Are there any side effects associated with EMSELLA treatment?
EMSELLA is a non-invasive treatment and is generally well-tolerated. However, as with any procedure, it’s important to discuss potential risks and side effects with your healthcare provider.
Q4: How does EMSELLA compare to other treatment options?
EMSELLA is a non-invasive and painless treatment option, unlike surgery or other invasive procedures. It is also more targeted than traditional kegel exercises, as it stimulates thousands of contractions in a half-hour session. Additionally, EMSELLA has been clinically proven to improve bladder control, reduce incontinence episodes, and improve sexual function.