Female incontinence is a common condition and many women suffer in silence. It is common after pregnancy and menopause which means women are twice as likely to suffer from urinary leakage as men. It occurs when the pelvic floor muscles are weakened. It can be mild urinary incontinence when coughing or laughing to more constant leakage, with many women wearing a pad to manage the condition.
At The Harley Medical Group we understand that having urinary incontinence can impact your quality of life. Therefore we are pleased to offer the revolutionary BTL Emsella treatment that can help you regain control and your confidence.
What is BTL Emsella treatment?
This advanced non-invasive treatment stimulates and tightens the pelvic floor muscles, alleviating urinary incontinence.
It uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic frequencies to target the pelvic floor muscles and muscles at the neck of the bladder. Muscles contract and release quickly similar to pelvic floor exercises however with Emsella in just a single session it can stimulate the equivalent of 11,000 pelvic floor exercises in approximately 30 minutes. The clever technology also targets the entire pelvic floor, generating much deeper contractions than manual pelvic floor exercises.
To benefit from the treatment you simply need to sit on the Emsella chair fully clothed. It is especially effective for resolving uncontrollable female incontinence, with over 95% of patients being ‘highly satisfied’ with results.
Benefits of BTL Emsella Treatment
- Fast, non-invasive treatment
- Fully clothed, no recovery time
- Increased self confidence
- Improved intimacy
- 95% + patients ‘highly satisfied’
- Studies show 67% of female patients are dry after treatment
- Results after about six sessions, scheduled twice a week.
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How does BTL Emsella Treatment work?
Muscle weakness in the pelvic floor causes leakages. This can be the result of pregnancy and childbirth, as well as age--particularly the menopause. Obesity or straining through lifting, heavy exercise and constipation can also cause stress related incontinence. And nerve damage is another leading contributor--sometimes caused by illnesses, such as diabetes and multiple sclerosis.
Patients sit on the Emsella chair in comfortable clothing, while electromagnetic fields stimulate the movement nerves in the pelvic floor. Users describe the sensation created as a tingling feeling that isn’t painful. There is no recovery time for this therapy and users can resume normal activity straight after.
Treatment sessions are booked in a block of 6, taking place over two weeks. If you have periods, please select a start date immediately after menstruation has finished, so that sessions can be completed before your next period is due. If you do menstruate during your treatment time frame then we will pause therapy until bleeding stops.
Users describe the sensation created as a tingling feeling that isn’t painful.
If uncontrollable/daily urinary leaking is affecting your quality of life, this treatment could be the solution. Over 95% of patients are highly satisfied with the therapy. In fact many women see immediate results and find that after a course of six treatments over just two weeks, they have enough pelvic floor strength to maintain bladder control themselves with regular pelvic floor exercises.
Poor bladder control may have several causes and can often be helped by some lifestyle changes and simple techniques.
Please note that BTL Emsella therapy is not suitable during pregnancy, or if you have an electrical medical device such as a pacemaker. You can rest assured that our team will take a full medical history to assess your suitability for this treatment.