Have you noticed changes in bladder function over time? Ben Cilento, MD, MHA, and his team at Butterfly MedSpa and Wellness in Spring, Texas, offer urinary incontinence (UI) treatments, like Emsella®, to address this common health issue for all patients. To learn more about your options, book a personalized consultation online or by phone at your earliest convenience.
Urinary incontinence (UI) is the accidental loss of urine or bladder control. There are four types: urgency, stress, functional, and overflow.
Symptoms may vary from a slight loss of urine after coughing, sneezing, or laughing to a complete inability to control urination (overflow).
This condition is common in men and women. Over 25 million adult Americans experience temporary or chronic urinary incontinence. It can occur at any age but is more common in women over 50.
Urinary incontinence can occur for a number of reasons:
While these causes may be a natural part of life, that doesn’t mean you must accept altered bladder function or discomfort as inevitable. There are treatments that can help.
If physiological changes have caused decreased bladder function, an innovative energy-based treatment called Emsella delivers powerful improvements. This noninvasive treatment helps with bladder leakage.
Emsella uses electromagnetic energy to create thousands of contractions in your pelvic floor muscles and surpasses anything you could achieve with even the most dedicated kegel exercise routine.
Best of all, you don’t have to exert energy or endure discomfort during treatment sessions. You sit on the comfortable Emsella seat as the treatment platform delivers the targeted energy. You may feel a mild buzzing or vibration, but there is no discomfort.
It takes time for your body to adjust after Emsella treatments, just like a new workout regimen. Within a few weeks, you’ll notice improvements in bladder control.
Most men and women benefit from a series of Emsella treatments spaced out over time. Your practitioner can tell you what to expect regarding treatment timelines.
If you pursue bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, it can take six weeks or more before you see the full results of your treatment. Adjustments can be made as needed.
Book a consultation online or over the phone today to explore urinary incontinence treatments in greater detail.