Emsella Specialist in San Francisco, CA
If you want to improve urinary continence then contact The G Spa in San Francisco, CA for Emsella treatment. 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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With age, the muscles in the pelvic floor can lose their strength and definition, making it harder to control urinary functions. While pregnant women are at higher risk of losing pelvic floor strength, this condition affects both men and women. Fortunately, Emsella is a treatment that can strengthen these muscles, improving urinary continence.
Emsella is a non-invasive treatment for incontinence caused by pelvic floor weakness or other abnormalities affecting this muscle group. To create supramaximal contractions within the pelvic floor muscles, the Emsella chair emits a high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) wave. Even though Kegel exercises can help strengthen the pelvic floor, Emsella is superior; Kegel exercises are simply not able to compete with this treatment option. During a short session, supramaximal contractions are delivered by the thousands; thirty minutes on the Emsella chair is equivalent to 10,000 Kegel exercises! By stimulating muscles within the pelvic floor, Emsella helps improve bladder control and reduce incontinence.
The cost of a full Emsella treatment ranges from location to location and is dependent upon several factors, including:
• The number of sessions
• The conditions being treated
• The severity of the conditions being treated
• The location of the clinic
A qualified Emsella specialist will determine the cost of the treatment in each individual situation.
The longevity of results of Emsella varies based on a number of factors unique to each situation, including:
• The condition being treated
• The severity of the condition being treated
• The patient’s overall health
• The presence of any preexisting conditions
• The number of Emsella sessions
• Lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise
Based on the aforementioned factors, most studies show that positive results last anywhere between six and 12 months following Emsella treatments. After completing the initial treatments, to maintain results patients may choose to undergo single maintenance treatments.
The recommended number of Emsella treatments varies from patient to patient. On average, the course of treatment involves six sessions, typically scheduled over the span of four weeks. Many patients choose to receive maintenance treatments as needed, most commonly on a monthly basis, to maintain optimal results. After their initial treatment with Emsella, many patients notice a difference within the first week. The benefits develop over a series of treatments, leading to a significant improvement in bladder control and continence.
Emsella provides many benefits, including:
• Exercises pelvic floor muscles effectively and efficiently
• Noninvasive treatment with no recovery time
• Does not rely on medications or surgery
• Treats underlying causes of urinary incontinence
• The quick procedure typically lasting around 30 minutes
• Noticeable improvement after only a few sessions
Emsella tends to work better on patients with mild urinary incontinence; those affected by moderate or severe incontinence may need to have more sessions to see full results. Since everybody is unique, it is impossible to predict how many sessions will be needed; visit the Emsella specialists at The G Spa today for an in-depth evaluation of how many sessions you will need in your situation.
By strengthening the pelvic floor muscles, another benefit patients often experience after Emsella treatments is improved sexual health. Emsella is free of side effects. While each treatment is pain-free, temporary muscle soreness, muscle spasms, or skin redness may be experienced, which should clear up within a few hours. If you are experiencing urinary incontinence, come to The G Spa for our Emsella treatment. For more information, call us or book an appointment online with our Emsella treatment specialist. 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.