Men and women can experience urinary incontinence in their lives—a condition that can affect your confidence and quality of life. If you’ve experienced changes to your urinary functions, Abraham Lincoln Woods III, MD, at the Center for Urology offers Emsella® to effectively treat your condition. To speak with Dr. Woods about your symptoms and learn more about Emsella, book an appointment at the office in Altamonte Springs, Florida, by phone or online today.
Emsella is a non-invasive treatment that uses electromagnetic energy to stimulate thousands of pelvic floor muscle contractions.
While you sit on the Emsella chair, the contractions help to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, improving bladder control and reducing urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence is a condition in which the bladder involuntarily releases small amounts of urine whenever pressure is applied. Coughing, sneezing, laughing, or moving in any way that causes the muscles of the bladder to relax might cause an accident.
This often occurs due to:
You might choose Emsella to treat your urinary incontinence for a number of reasons. If you’ve tried conservative approaches like pelvic floor exercises (kegels), but still find that you have a hard time controlling your bladder, you may want to try Emsella.
Emsella is also a non-invasive treatment, which means it requires no surgery and minimal downtime to improve urinary incontinence.
Many patients find relief with Emsella, when other treatment options haven’t helped them find relief from their urinary incontinence. Some of the benefits that Emsella offers include:
Both men and women might benefit from Emsella treatment. Emsella is an FDA-approved device for urinary incontinence.
Before you begin Emsella treatment, Dr. Woods performs an in-depth evaluation to determine the cause of your urinary incontinence.
Diagnosis begins with a discussion of your symptoms and medical history and a physical exam. Dr. Woods then uses the information he learns to determine the root cause and if Emsella is the right treatment for you.
When you come into the office for Emsella, you sit on a chair while the device delivers electromagnetic energy to stimulate your pelvic floor muscles. You remain fully-clothed and sit on the chair for about 30 minutes.
During treatment, you might feel a tuggling or pulling feeling on your bladder. However, this typically resolves after treatment. Most patients need Emsella treatment twice per week for three weeks.
To find out if Emsella is right for your urinary incontinence, book an appointment by phone or online today.