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Non-Invasive Emsella Urinary Incontinence Treatment

If you’re suffering from a male or female urinary incontinence problem, such as urge incontinence, stress incontinence or overflow incontinence, Emsella treatment might be right for you. Non-invasive and requiring no drugs or surgery, the treatment applies high-intensity electromagnetic stimulation to the pelvic floor muscles, assisting with the restoration of neuromuscular control. Patients can remain fully dressed during the treatment, making the experience completely comfortable and stress-free.

Instant Laser Clinic is proud to offer Emsella in Melbourne to help treat male and female urinary incontinence and other conditions. If you’re interested in this innovative urinary incontinence treatment, make an appointment at our Kew clinic today.

Suitable for Both Men and Women

Emsella is a suitable urinary incontinence treatment for both males and females. The treatment is performed with the patient sitting comfortably fully clothed in a special chair. Electromagnetic technology is then used to target the pelvic floor muscles to provide stimulation and build up muscle strength.

This also helps to restore support for the pelvic organs and improves neuromuscular control.

The Benefits of Emsella

There are many benefits offered by this innovative non-invasive treatment. Emsella can be used to treat a wide range of bladder problems in women and men with no recovery time required. The procedure is simple and painless to carry out, with patients able to walk in and walk out of our Kew clinic. It’s also an FDA approved treatment with proven results, with patients reporting a 75% reduction in the use of pads after treatment. Up to 95% of patients report noticeable improvement after just one session of Emsella in Melbourne.

Conditions Emsella Can Treat

Emsella is a non-invasive solution for a range of conditions affecting men and women, meaning it’s ideal for:

  • Urinary incontinence treatment
  • Overactive bladder treatment
  • Bladder prolapse treatment
  • Treatment of bladder problems in women caused by childbirth, menopause and ageing

If you’re struggling with male or female urinary incontinence, Emsella could be the solution you’ve been searching for. Read our frequently asked questions below and speak with our staff to determine if the treatment is right for you.

Emesella is recommended for:

  • Stress Urinary incontinence ( SUI)
  • Urge incontinence
  • Overflow incontinence
  • Faecal Incontinence
  • Male Erectile Dysfunction
  • Improving vagina laxity

Emsella is NOT recommended for:

  • Pregnancy.
  • Use of pacemaker.
  • Urinary or pelvic infections.
  • Use of any type of metal prosthesis ( form the knees to upper chest region).
  • Patient in treatment for cancer that is receiving radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
  • Patients with muscular or dermatological lesions of the pelvic floor.
  • Carrier of intrauterine devices (IUD).
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Emsella Frequently Asked Questions

 

Who Can Benefit from Emsella?

Emsella in Melbourne can benefit all men and women who suffer from urge incontinence, stress incontinence or overflow incontinence. As it’s non-invasive, it’s a great option for many who are looking for an incontinence or overactive bladder treatment so they can take back their lives.

How Effective is Emsella?

Emsella causes up to 11,200 contractions in the pelvic floor muscles during a single treatment session, which works out to be the equivalent of 11,200 Kegel exercises. However, the contractions caused by Emsella are much stronger than a Kegel exercise, making the treatment more effective.

What Does the Procedure Feel Like?

The Emsella procedure is not painful, although you will be able to feel the pelvic floor muscle contractions. For most, this feels like a slight tingling sensation. After the treatment, you can return to your day-to-day activities immediately.

What Are the Side Effects of Emsella?

Emsella has no side effects and requires no downtime. This means you can get back to your daily activities straight after getting a urinary incontinence or bladder prolapse treatment.

How Long Does It Take & How Many Treatments Do I Need?

A standard Emsella treatment session takes half an hour, and a course of six sessions, twice weekly, is recommended. In under 3 weeks, most patients experience a 95% improvement in their male or female urinary incontinence, but results can often be seen after the first treatment. Your qualified Emsella practitioner will tailor the perfect treatment plan for you that uses a suitable energy setting. Ideally, to maintain results, you should undergo a top up treatment once every few months.

Is Emsella Right for Me?

Emsella is suitable for women and men of all ages suffering from urinary incontinence and other bladder problems. Please note that your suitability will need to be determined by a professional. As the technology uses magnets, patients with metal implants or pacemakers are not suitable.

How Much Does It Cost?

$350 per session and a course of 6 sessions, twice per week is recommended.