Want to know a secret? Urinary incontinence is all around you! An estimated 15 million adult women experience bladder leakage, yet you wouldn’t know it, because bladder leaks are the last thing anyone wants to talk about. Well, we’re here to tell you that it’s okay to talk about it! In fact, at Skin Care Institute, we want you to talk about it!
This blog is for all the moms out there who are tired of sitting on the sidelines while their kids run around and play, or the women who can no longer jog or laugh while standing without having an accident.
If urinary incontinence is getting in the way of your life, it’s time to get help! You deserve to get your life back, and you deserve a treatment that doesn’t interfere with your life. Because results are our #1 priority at Skin Care Institute, we now offer Emsella®, a non-invasive urinary incontinence treatment that provides dramatic improvements with zero downtime.
Emsella basically looks like a chair, which you sit in, fully clothed, for about 30 minutes. This chair emits powerful electromagnetic energy, which then stimulates thousands of contractions through your entire pelvic floor while you just sit and read or wait. Another way to think of Emsella is that it’s a kegel throne that stimulates thousands of intense kegels, which strengthen your muscles and tighten up your pelvic floor. When you compare Emsella to regular kegels, there’s no comparison. Most of us can barely find time to do one kegel, and a weak one, at best! Just imagine how strong your pelvic floor will be after 30 minutes of thousands of intense kegels in the Emsella chair!
Emsella Results Speak for Themselves
Research has established Emsella as a powerful and effective treatment for urinary incontinence without downtime or adverse side effects. In fact, patients have even reported positive side effects, such as enhanced sexual desire and better urination control. When will you see results? It’s possible to see improvement after only one session. For optimal results, a series of six sessions is performed, scheduled twice a week.
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