Benefits of Emsella Treatment Q&A
Emsella is a breakthrough way to treat incontinence. Dr. Elise Grenier MD, and her team are here to help you! For more information, call us or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 490 Post St, Suite 1703, San Francisco CA 94102.
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How much does Emsella treatment cost?
Does Emsella really work?
How many Emsella sessions do I need?
What are the benefits of Emsella?
Emsella can work for men and women of any age. It is a non-invasive treatment that requires no medication and no recovery time. Emsella’s goal is to help people reclaim their bodies and restore their quality of life. If you leak urine when you sneeze, cough, or participate in sports; need to go to the bathroom often, or are embarrassed when having intimate times, then you are probably dealing with urinary incontinence. Emsella can help to treat this and is FDA approved to treat both men and women.
The cost of the Emsella treatment will depend on different factors. Each location that offers Emsella will price it as they believe is appropriate. There are other factors that can affect what the cost will be. Each person will have different needs; because of this, the number of sessions needed will be based on their need. The severity of the condition that is being treated is another factor.
To find out more about Emsella and an estimated cost to meet your needs, give The G Spa a call. We are happy to help and look forward to your call.
Emsella is a non-invasive procedure that is painless and has no need for recovery time. What stands out about Emsella is that 90 percent of women who have used the treatment say that they are satisfied with the results. They are happy with the procedure and the improvement in the symptoms related to incontinence by improving bladder and muscle control. They have also expressed that it has given them better orgasms.
Patients will feel a tingling sensation and pelvic floor muscle contractions while getting the treatment. It helps to maintain cosmetic and structural health in the pelvic area and the body surrounding the area. It is recommended that a person have six treatments over a three-week period. Most people will find that they start to see results after just two treatments. After the complete treatment sessions are done, maintenance will depend on the severity of the issues being addressed. The maintenance sessions may be monthly or annually, depending on your need.
The number of sessions that you will need will depend on the severity of your incontinence. It will also depend on other factors, such as personal health. Typically, size sessions are recommended and these can be done in a three or four-week period.
Emsella’s benefits include:
• It effectively treats urinary incontinence and underlying causes.
• It is quick and effective. Many women will notice improvements in as few as two sessions.
• Sessions are quick and usually last about 30 minutes.
• It strengthens pelvic floor muscles, improving structural health.
• It is a non-invasive treatment that does not need medications and does not need recovery time.
• An added benefit that you can get from the Emsella treatment is improved sexual health. • The treatment improves muscle strength and control in the pelvic region which can add to the intensity of orgasms and improves natural lubrication.
Emsella is relatively pain-free. After your treatment, you may notice some skin redness, muscle soreness, or muscle spasms. These will typically go away after a few hours. Emsella works better for people who are dealing with mild urinary incontinence. Women with more severe cases of incontinence will need more sessions and more frequent maintenance to deal with their individual problems.
If you want to find out more, talk with the specialists at The G Spa to find out what will work best for you. For more information, call us or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 490 Post St, Suite 1703, San Francisco CA 94102. We serve clients from San Francisco CA, Oakland CA, Pacifica CA, Brisbane CA, Millbrae CA, and San Francisco Bay Area CA.