Changes in the strength and structure of your pelvic floor muscles may affect bladder control, leading to urinary incontinence. At Nu Wave Medical Center in Panama City Beach, Florida, Gurprit Sekhon, MD, has a solution to improve pelvic floor muscle strength and bladder control with EMsella™. The noninvasive tool uses electromagnetic energy to strengthen these muscles. To schedule your EMsella consultation, call the office, or click the online booking button today.
EMsella is a noninvasive tool that uses advanced technology to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Your pelvic floor muscles span across your lower abdomen, supporting your bladder and rectum, as well as the vagina and uterus in women and prostate in men.
These muscles relax and contract and help you maintain control over your bladder function. Aging and life events may affect the structure, strength, and function of these muscles.
Though pelvic floor muscle changes affect everyone, women are at greater risk because of how pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause affect the structure and strength of these muscles.
When your pelvic floor muscles weaken, you lose control over bladder function, leading to urinary incontinence.
EMsella uses targeted electromagnetic energy to contract and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and improve bladder control and urinary incontinence.
At Nu Wave Medical Center, Dr. Sekhon determines if EMsella is right for you after a consultation. Dr. Sekhon offers this noninvasive treatment to help men and women struggling with urinary incontinence.
EMsella is an in-office treatment that takes about 30 minutes.
During your session, Dr. Sekhon has you sit on the EMsella device, which then delivers targeted electromagnetic energy to your pelvic floor muscles. The electromagnetic energy forces the muscles to contract and relax thousands of times during your 30-minute session.
You may feel a tingling sensation during your treatment, as well as muscle contractions. There’s no downtime following your EMsella session, and you can resume your usual activities afterward.
Many patients report improvements in bladder control after their first EMsella treatment. However, to get the best results, Dr. Sekhon recommends a series of six sessions over a three-week period.
You should continue to notice improvements in your pelvic floor muscles and urinary incontinence over the next few weeks.
EMsella is a noninvasive tool that uses advanced technology to help you regain control over your bladder and your life. To schedule a consultation to see how the innovative treatment can help your urinary incontinence, call Nu Wave Medical Center, or book an appointment online today.