Non Surgical Aesthetic Specialists
The most common symptom of overactive bladder is an urgency to urinate. Other symptoms include an increase in frequency and waking up more than twice during the night to urinate. Incontinence and an urgent need to urinate, even when the bladder is not even full, are also common signs of overactive bladder. Additionally, OAB can be associated with other pelvic symptoms such as pelvic pain, pressure, and discomfort. If these symptoms persist, consult with your healthcare provider.
Several treatments are available to manage overactive bladder, including lifestyle changes, medications, and pelvic floor exercises. Lifestyle changes may include avoiding bladder irritants such as alcohol and caffeine. Pelvic floor exercises such as Kegels have been shown to be effective in strengthening pelvic muscles and managing OAB symptoms. However, these options may not be the most suitable for severe cases of OAB.
Emsella is a safe and effective non-invasive treatment that uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic waves to stimulate pelvic muscle contractions. In a single session of 30 minutes, Emsella causes thousands of pelvic muscle contractions, strengthening the muscles that manage bladder control. On average, patients report a remarkable improvement in their OAB symptoms after only six sessions, with no downtime or recovery required.
Emsella is a novel non-invasive treatment that uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to stimulate deep pelvic floor muscles, offering significant benefits: