Embarrassing urinary incontinence – or “bladder leaks” – can affect women and men of all ages, although incontinence becomes more common with age. This can be an annoying problem that can develop into a condition that interferes with a person’s quality of life. As many as one in three women experience bladder leaking when they laugh, sneeze, cough or exercise.
Fortunately, there are now several innovative, non-surgical treatments that can minimize or eliminate urinary incontinence in both women and men. An exciting new medical device called the BTL EmSella Chair – sometimes called a “Kegel Throne” – is FDA approved to treat urinary incontinence in both women and men. All with no surgery and no downtime!
Patients stay fully clothed while sitting in the EmSella Chair. The EmSella chair uses electromagnetic technology to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles. It essentially causes thousands of Kegel-like contractions per second to engage all the muscles of the pelvis at once. The EmSella chair is completely non-invasive and patients even remain fully clothed.
The result is restored neuromuscular control of the pelvis – which helps reduce or eliminate the bladder leaks of urinary incontinence.
Don’t suffer in silence with frustrating urinary incontinence. Don’t suffer in silence with frustrating urinary incontinence, contact Dr. Fellenbaum or Dr. Laforest who are highly trained and specialized in obstetrics & gynecology.