Urinary Incontinence – aka The “Kegel Throne” Treatment
Urinary incontinence affects millions of women worldwide and is most common following childbirth and/or menopause. Caused by a weakening of the pelvic floor, this condition can also affect men after prostate surgery. Whether male or female, we know that most individuals will suffer in silence, too embarrassed to openly discuss the problem and/or seek help.
What is BTL Emsella®?
In addition to being an innovative Health Canada certified, BTL Emsella® treatment received an FDA approval that helps improve the symptoms of incontinence including leakages when you laugh, dribbles when lifting heavy objects and losing sleep from waking multiple times through the night for the toilet. All of this impacts your general health and happiness.
Emsella® chair treatment uses revolutionary High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles and treat stress, urge and mixed incontinence. Muscles are stronger so that they can hold the bladder and urethra together tighter, providing control so that you don’t have to worry about unexpected leakages.
Emsella treatment technology helps stimulate the production of new fibroblasts and collagen improving the health of the tissues in the pelvic floor area.
Each Emsella treatment is equivalent to doing 11,000 kegels in a 28 minute session. Clothing stays on – you simply sit on the Emsella chair!
Benefits of Emsella®
Emsella® Treatments are painless.
Emsella® treatments are non-invasive and
One remains fully clothed during treatment.
Walk in, Walk out – Treatments completed in less than 30 minutes.
Average 4-6 treatments, over 3 weeks.
For many – . Almost immediate results
75% reduction in pads.
95% improved Quality of Life.
Kegel Exercises vs Emsella®
Kegel exercises are used to strengthen the pelvic floor which is made up of muscle and tissues and these basically resemble a hammock that supports your organs and keeping them in place (uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum).
When the pelvic floor is strong, one does not have to worry about urinary incontinence or leaking when exercising, laughing or sneezing. Unfortunately we were not all built with the same strength or ability to retrain pelvic floor muscles. However, with Emsella® a safe and effective help remedy is available – liberating individuals from “embarrassing moments”.
Emsella urinary incontinence treatment is much more effective than Kegels. Many women find it difficult to build a kegel routine that includes exercises 3 times per day. Additionally, keels take thousands of reps to show results. Emsella provides the same outcome in just one in-office treatment session.
Described in the simplest of terms, Emsella® is a crazy workout to strengthen and improve the pelvic floor. Vaginal walls are tightened, urinary and urge incontinence is reduced, and sexual satisfaction is heightened.
Who Can use BTL Emsella®?
You may be an ideal candidate for Emsella® if:
You want to improve urinary incontinence.
You are not being results from kegels.
You finding it difficult to build & maintain a
kegel exercise routine .
You want to improve your quality of life
If you want to improve sexual health.
What is the cost of Emsella in Toronto?
Everyone’s body is unique and for this reason, Emsella intimate health treatment plans can vary from person to person. For an accurate Emsella price & customized program call 416 960 2222 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Best Emsella pricing available when you purchase a package.
You are NOT a candidate for Emsella® if:
if you are currently pregnant.
if you have metal plates in your body, such as metal hip replacements.
if you have a pacemaker.
if you have a copper coil or IUD
Call us today to learn more about Emsella chair treatment and its costs. Give Clarity Medspa & Laser a call at
Pelvic floor muscles insufficiently support pelvic organs and affect bladder control.
BTL EMSELLA effectively stimulates pelvic floor muscles with thousands of supramaximal contractions per session.
Stimulation leads to regained control over pelvic floor muscles and bladder.