Pelvic floor strength directly affects your sexual performance and ability to control your bladder.
- Has your ability to enjoy sex decreased because you're in pain or having lackluster orgasms?
- Ever peed your pants when you sneeze?
- Or found yourself with an uncontrollable urge to urinate while walking through the grocery store?
Then, you my friend, are experiencing symptoms of a weak pelvic floor.
That's the bad news. The good news? We have the ANSWER!
As an FDA-cleared treatment, Emsella® can help rebuild pelvic floor muscles. Using a non-invasive therapy you will achieve the equivalent of over 11,000 Kegels. That means regained control over pelvic floor muscles, improved blood flow to those important reproductive organs, and fewer bladder accidents.
Emsella® Really Works!
patients reported significant quality of life improvements
patients decreased urinary leakage significantly
patients reduced or eliminated the use of hygienic pads for urinary leakage
Tulsa Healing Is Your Local Emsella® Provider
If you are suffering from a weak pelvic floor, the team at Tulsa Healing is here to help. We have perfected Emsella® treatments in Tulsa to help our patients achieve long-term relief. Generally, it will take 6 -12 sessions for the initial restorative care and then one maintenance session every 3- 8 months. Take the first step to begin strengthening your pelvic floor by calling the experts at Tulsa Healing or scheduling your first appointment.
What Is Emsella®?
The Emsella® chair emits a high-intensity focused electromagnetic wave (HIFEM) to create supramaximal contractions throughout the pelvic floor muscles. This approach is superior to the previously suggested Kegels since a thirty-minute session in an Emsella® chair is equivalent to over 10,000 Kegels. So, although Kegels are a great exercise to strengthen the pelvic floor, they pale in comparison to Emsella® treatments.
With continued Emsella® treatments, weak muscles in the pelvic floor will continue to be targeted. Through constant stimulation, these muscles will be strengthened enough to begin improving bladder control and reducing incontinence. In fact, 95% of patients who pursue Emsella® for urinary incontinence brought on by stress, urge, or mixed incontinence will quickly see improvements.
What Is Urinary Incontinence?
Urinary incontinence is any loss of bladder control. When this control is lost, the bladder will leak uncontrollably or involuntarily. For women, a weakened pelvic floor could result from childbirth, menopause, or body aging and can sometimes lead to urinary incontinence. This lack of control can cause many women and men to avoid medical treatment since they are afraid of experiencing shame, doubt in themselves, or a fear of losing their own autonomy.
As a treatment for urinary incontinence, Emsella® allows patients to remain fully clothed to enhance their privacy and confidence while treating the entire pelvic floor. The procedure is entirely non-invasive, but it is also FDA-cleared to ensure safety remains a priority. But don’t just take our word for it; the statistics above are based on large independent research studies.