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What is Emsella?

For too long, the solutions for urinary incontinence treatment have included uncomfortable pads or invasive surgery. But now, a noninvasive device called Emsella is once again giving Encinitas, CA area patients control. Emsella is a noninvasive, FDA-approved treatment offered at Kind Health Group that treats urinary incontinence by strengthening the pelvic floor. Its technology stimulates the pelvic floor muscles with thousands of contractions each second. The stimulation leads to muscle retraining, causing regained control over both the pelvic floor muscles and the bladder. Emsella is also FDA-approved to treat erectile dysfunction in men.

What CAUSES URINARY INCONTINENCE?

Do you sometimes leak when you exercise or even simply from coughing or sneezing? According to the American Urological Association, 25-45% of women older than 30 years old suffer from stress urinary incontinence and, although men are less likely to report it, they too often suffer from incontinence. Aging of the body, menopause and childbirth can all lead to a weakened pelvic floor, resulting in the inability to control our bladder.

What are the benefits of Emsella?

There are many benefits of EMSELLA, including:

  • Reduced urinary incontinence
  • Improved sexual health
  • Enhanced strength of the pelvic floor muscles
  • Comfortable treatments
  • No downtime following treatment

WHY DO PATIENTS LOVE EMSELLA?

Patients really like how easy and effective Emsella is. During an Emsella treatment you just sit on a chair, fully clothed in a private treatment room. The treatments are a quick 28 minutes during which your pelvic floor will contract over 11,000 times. Patients describe the sensation as comfortable and not at all painful. Many patients use this time to check emails, or catch up on social media. Emsella lets you return to your normal activities, including right after the treatment

Am I A Good Candidate for Emsella?

You may be a strong candidate for Emsella treatments at Kind Health Group in Encinitas, CA if you:

  • Can’t stop urinary leakage
  • Urinate after laughing, coughing, or sneezing forcefully
  • Find it difficult to get to the bathroom on time
  • Must urinate immediately once the sensation alerts you
  • Take bathroom breaks often during the day to avoid accidents

If you have a disorder that causes bleeding, are expecting, or have any surgical implants in your body (i.e., an IUD, a pacemaker, or any other electronic or metal implant), you are likely not a candidate for Emsella. If you have questions about your eligibility for Emsella sessions, we welcome you to call Kind Health Group to schedule a consultation.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM EMSELLA?

There is no need to prepare for the Emsella treatment. During the session, you will be seated, remained fully clothed and experience tingling and pelvic floor muscles’ contractions. A typical treatment takes about half an hour. Although Dr Nanos and the team at Kind Health Group will tailor a treatment plan specifically for your individual needs, most patients will need 6 sessions, scheduled once to twice weekly. The results improve week over week.

Emsella FAQs

How long will my results last?
Emsella results may diminish over time. This is to be expected as your pelvic floor muscle strength will need to be exercised regularly to maintain strength. However, your Emsella results can last anywhere from 6 - 12 months before needing retouching.

Will Emsella help my vaginal dryness?
Emsella yields many benefits by tightening the vagina and uterine walls. You may notice improvement in a number of areas. Some of these improvements may improve vaginal dryness, difficulty being aroused, and pain surrounding sex.

Does Emsella have any side effects?
You should not notice any major side effects with Emsella. There is an occasional feeling of tingling throughout the procedure. However, you should be discomfort-free as soon as treatment is over.

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