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Emsella | Urinary Incontinence Treatment | Fall River

Emsella is a non-invasive incontinence treatment that improves urinary incontinence without surgery or downtime. Whether you suffer from the sudden need to urinate before involuntarily doing so (urge incontinence) or experience urine leakage during physical exertion (stress incontinence,) Emsella can help.

Emsella repairs the muscles responsible for urinary retention. During the incontinence treatment, HIFEM energy induces powerful muscle contractions. These contractions strengthen the pelvic floor and vaginal wall, significantly improving bladder control.

Emsella Benefits

  • A non-surgical solution for urinary incontinence
  • Improves bladder control + stops urinary leakage
  • FDA-cleared + scientifically proven
  • Non-invasive + no downtime
  • Comfortable, 30-minute treatments
  • Patients remain fully clothed
  • Tightens vaginal wall for increased sexual satisfaction¹

What Causes Incontinence?

 During urination, nerve signals tell specific muscles to contract (tighten) and relax. Contractions of the pelvic muscles push urine out of the bladder and into the urethra. Simultaneously, sphincter muscles around the urethra relax to release urine out of the body.

 Urinary incontinence (UI) results when nerve signals misfire or when pelvic floor muscles become damaged. For most women, UI occurs after giving birth vaginally, going through menopause, or getting older.

Issues with urinary retention significantly affect a person’s quality of life and self-confidence. While many women hesitate to talk about bladder control, surveys show that 33% of women experience some form of urinary incontinence.

There are two types of Urinary Incontinence (UI)

  • Stress Incontinence
  • Urge Incontinence

Stress Incontinence

Stress Incontinence or Stress UI refers to urinary leakage during physical movement or exertion. Many women experience stress incontinence when they sneeze, jump, cough, or even laugh. This type of urinary leakage typically results when muscles that hold the bladder up become stretched or weakened.

The breakdown of the pelvic floor allows the bladder to press down on the sphincter muscles of the urethra. When the weight of the bladder combines with the stress of physical exertion, the urethra forces open, allowing urine to leak out.

Urge Incontinence

Urge Incontinence, also known as urge UI, refers to the sudden need to urinate, followed by involuntary urination. This type of UI results from the misfiring of nerve signals. These signals tell specific muscles to contract or relax at inappropriate times. The overactive bladder muscles overpower the sphincter muscles, resulting in involuntary urination.

What are Kegels?

Kegels are a non-invasive incontinence treatment. They involve voluntary exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor. Kegels work like any other muscle-building exercise that induces contractions. Kegels --muscle contractions-- put tension on tissue within the pelvic floor and vaginal wall. In response to the tension, the body creates  new muscle fibers and strengthens existing ones to reinforce the tissue.

How Does Emsella Work?

Emsella improves urinary incontinence by strengthening the muscles that support the bladder. During this non-invasive incontinence treatment, the patient remains fully clothed and sits on an ergonomic chair. The chair, known as the “Kegel throne,” uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) Energy to activate the muscles of the pelvic floor. The energy forces the muscles to contract, involuntarily causing Kegel exercises.

Just one 30-minute Emsella treatment induces more than 11,000 powerful pelvic floor contractions or Kegels. These contractions are more potent than contractions induced voluntarily. Known as ‘supramaximal contractions,’ Emsella’s powerful contractions are proven to strengthen the tissues of the pelvic floor and tighten the muscles of the vaginal wall. The contractions increase urinary retention and improve vaginal laxity, which may enhance sexual satisfaction.

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    Emsella Results*

    Patients report seeing a significant improvement in urinary incontinence after a single treatment. However, for optimal results, patients usually undergo six sessions, with two sessions per week for three weeks. Maintenance may be required every 6 to 12 months depending on severity. As with any medical procedure, individual experiences may vary. *

    How Much Does Incontinence Treatment Cost?

    Emsella prices start at $250 per treatment, however incontinence treatment cost varies per patient. The overall price of Emsella is determined by the number of sessions prescribed and other factors. To learn more about cost, schedule a complimentary consultation with Advanced Body Sculpting of New England. During your consultation, we’ll discuss prices in detail and customize an affordable treatment plan.

    Incontinence Treatment Near Me

    Do not let urinary incontinence affect your confidence or quality of life. Advanced Body Sculpting of New England can help. Get started with Emsella by scheduling your complementary consultation today. Call us at (877) 577-5476 or contact us online.

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    Sources

    ¹ Berenholz J., MD, Sims T., MD, Botros G., MD. HIFEM Technology Can Improve Quality of Life of Incontinent Patients. The ​​Laser ​​Vaginal ​​Rejuvenation​​ Institute ​​of ​​Michigan.

    ² Hay-Smith, EJ, et al. Pelvic floor muscle training for urinary incontinence in women. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2001;(1):CD001407.

    3 Safety and Efficacy of a Non-Invasive High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Field (HIFEM) Device for Treatment of Urinary Incontinence and Enhancement of Quality of Life. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2019.


    ****Results may vary. Advanced Body Sculpting of New England is reputable for complete customer satisfaction for completed treatments. Unless otherwise noted, testimonials provided are from actual patients who have undergone complete treatment(s.) Before and after pictures depict real patients who have undergone complete CoolSculpting treatments. However, results may vary per client. No treatment is promised to provide permanent results. A guarantee is neither provided nor implied.