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Emsella™: A Breakthrough Treatment for Female Urinary Incontinence

 Emsella™: A Breakthrough Treatment for Female Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a problem that affects both men and women and negatively impacts everyday life. Women living with urinary incontinence struggle with bladder control and leaking urine.

Although lifestyle changes and medications help, what if you could improve your pelvic floor strength with a few quick treatments? With Emsella, it's possible to overcome urinary incontinence with six efficient appointments.

If you're tired of living with urinary incontinence, Dr. Timothy Scott Beck and the team at Life Point Medical offer Emsella™ to improve your quality of life and stop embarrassing urinary leaks.

Dr. Beck is an internal medicine specialist who provides his patients with breakthrough treatments personalized to their needs.

What is female urinary incontinence?

Female urinary incontinence is a medical problem that leads to leaking urine and a lack of bladder control. Women may experience urine that leaks constantly or occasionally, which could be due to common reasons, such as:

You may not be able to make it to the bathroom in time to prevent urine from leaking or when you get up at night to pee.

There are various reasons that women experience urinary incontinence, including pelvic floor disorders and menopause. Other causes of female incontinence include the following:

Female urinary incontinence may be short-term or chronic and often negatively impacts your quality of life. It's more common in women because of childbirth and menopause, which change the strength of the pelvic floor.

Understanding Emsella

Emsella is a cutting-edge treatment Dr. Beck provides for women suffering from incontinence. It utilizes HIFEM technology to stimulate pelvic floor muscles and helps you regain control of the muscles that monitor the bladder.

The Emsella procedure is effective for various types of incontinence, including overflow and stress incontinence. There's no preparation for the Emsella procedure, with the added benefit of not having to change out of your clothes.

During the procedure, you sit in the Emsella chair. The Emsella procedure isn't painful, and you may only feel a slight tingling sensation if anything. You remain on the machine for 30 minutes, and when you get up, you're free to go about your day as usual.

Emsella uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology to contract muscles in the pelvic floor. One session is equivalent to doing 11,000 kegel exercises on your own!

Most women require six treatments over a few weeks. Results typically last about six months, but some women may require more sessions for optimal outcomes.

Major benefits of Emsella

Emsella offers various benefits over other treatments for female urinary incontinence. It's a revolutionary treatment that offers several advantages, which include the following:

No surgery required

Emsella is a completely noninvasive procedure that works by stimulating the pelvic floor muscles to improve bladder control.

Zero recovery time

Because you don't need surgery for Emsella treatments, there's zero downtime or recovery required after treatment.

Improved quality of life

Incontinence negatively impacts the ability to live life without worrying about leaking urine. Emsella offers a quick and efficient way to overcome urinary incontinence to enjoy life more.

Fast treatments

Each Emsella treatment lasts about 30 minutes, after which you can go home and go about your day.

Enhanced bladder control

Managing your bladder when living with incontinence is a huge victory. Emsella allows you to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles without doing hours of kegel exercises.

Emsella is a fantastic option when you're ready to live without the overwhelming fear of female urinary incontinence.

Schedule an appointment to talk about Emsella with Dr. Beck today by calling 706-782-0016 or requesting a consultation on the website.


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