Emsella - The EASIEST cure for leakage!!! It sounds simple, and it is: no surgery, no medication and completely non-invasive.
If your bladder leakage is mild to moderate, you probably don’t need surgery. For less severe cases of stress urinary incontinence, the new EMSella treatment is a game changer for women. If you leak urine when you cough, sneeze or exercise, or have that strong “gotta go” urge feeling, this simple procedure can return your bladder and pelvic floor muscles to the way they used to be.
It’s a chair you sit on for 28 minutes (while remaining fully clothed) that simulates more than 11,000 kegel exercises to tone your bladder and pelvic floor muscles.
The typical patient will need 6 treatments (2 per week for 3 weeks). During that short time, most patients notice a significant, remarkable improvement in strengthened muscles and bladder control.
Does it hurt? The quick answer is NO... My own trial can best be described as a “strange” feeling with muscle contractions like a pulling or tugging on the pelvic floor. I could easily carry on a conversation or read during the treatment. There was absolutely no downtime, and I resumed all of my regular activities immediately.
We will customize a package specific to your needs. A complete EMSELLA package of 6 treatment sessions is very cost effective when compared to surgery (think 6 weeks down time). Additionally, most medications cost $200+ per month, not to mention the cost of incontinence pads! And to make treatments more affordable, we offer financing through Medicard. So now there are really no excuses to make your future leak free!!!
Sign up for your free trial today...see you soon!
Cindy Fehr RN(NP)
Cindy is an experienced RN(NP) residing in Southern Manitoba, Canada, with a passion to support her patients looking and feeling their best at every age. This blog is to support patients in gaining knowledge about skincare, medical aesthetics procedures, and health & wellness practices. It is her goal to share the knowledge she gains from continuous reading of research, and regular continuing professional development sessions. Pursuit of personal and professional growth is paramount to Cindy and she loves to share this learning with her patients.