At Precision Aesthetics MD, we are committed to providing innovative aesthetic treatments that address a range of body concerns. One such treatment is our Emsella in New York City – a breakthrough, non-invasive solution designed to improve urinary incontinence and strengthen pelvic floor muscles.

How Does Emsella Work?

Emsella uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to stimulate deep pelvic floor muscles, promoting their strengthening and rehabilitation. When you sit on the Emsella chair, the device emits electromagnetic waves that trigger pelvic floor muscle contractions, similar to Kegel exercises. This process helps restore neuromuscular control, leading to improved urinary continence.

What Can Emsella Treat?

At Precision Aesthetics MD, we employ Emsella to address several conditions:

Urinary Incontinence

Emsella is highly effective in treating stress and urge incontinence, relieving involuntary urine leakage.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

By fortifying pelvic floor muscles, Emsella can help rectify pelvic floor dysfunction, improving overall quality of life.

Postpartum Rehabilitation

Emsella can assist in postpartum recovery by rehabilitating and strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.

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The Procedure: What to Expect?

During an Emsella treatment session, you will be comfortably seated on the Emsella chair, fully clothed. You will experience your pelvic floor muscles contracting as the device is activated. Each session lasts about 30 minutes, and for optimal results, most patients undergo a series of six sessions over three weeks.

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Is Emsella Painful?

One of the key advantages of our Emsella in NYC is that it is completely painless. While you may feel your pelvic floor muscles contracting during the treatment, this sensation is not uncomfortable or painful. Many patients liken it to doing Kegel exercises.

Recovery Time

Another significant benefit of Emsella is that there is no downtime. You can return to your regular activities immediately after each session. As a non-invasive treatment, Emsella does not cause discomfort or require recovery time.

When Will I See the Results?

Many patients report feeling improvement after their first Emsella session, but the most noticeable results usually occur two to three weeks after the final treatment. Results will vary from person to person, depending on the severity of their condition and individual response to treatment.

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The Benefits of Emsella

Emsella offers numerous advantages:

  • Non-invasive and completely painless
  • It can be performed while fully clothed
  • Improves urinary incontinence
  • Strengthens pelvic floor muscles
  • Enhances quality of life
  • For women, it may help in achieving orgasms more easily and intensify the experience.
  • For men, Emsella could potentially improve erectile function and overall sexual performance.

These benefits are not just limited to sexual health but also extend to other physical health and well-being aspects.

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Emsella FAQ

What is incontinence?

What causes incontinence?

How long does Emsella last?

How often should I get Emsella treatments?

Can men also benefit from Emsella?

Why choose Precision Aesthetics MD for Emsella?

What is incontinence?

Incontinence is a condition where an individual cannot control their bladder or bowel movements, leading to involuntary leakage of urine. It can occur at any age, but it is more common among older adults. Incontinence can be a symptom of several medical conditions, impact the quality of life, and cause embarrassment or distress.

What causes incontinence?

Incontinence can be caused by several factors, including:

  • Age: As we age, our bladder's capacity to hold urine decreases, and involuntary bladder contractions become more frequent.
  • Pregnancy and childbirth: Hormonal changes during pregnancy and the stress of childbirth can weaken pelvic floor muscles, contributing to incontinence.
  • Menopause: After menopause, women produce less estrogen, a hormone that helps keep the lining of the bladder and urethra healthy. With lower estrogen levels, these tissues may deteriorate, leading to incontinence.
  • Prostate problems in men: Prostate problems, such as an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer, can cause incontinence in men.

How long does Emsella last?

The effects of Emsella treatment can last up to two years, depending on the patient's lifestyle and physical condition. However, many patients have maintenance treatments every six months to a year to prolong the results. It is important to remember that each patient is different, and the duration of results may vary.

How often should I get Emsella treatments?

It is recommended to undergo a series of six Emsella treatments over three weeks for optimal results. This schedule allows for maximum muscle stimulation and improvement in urinary continence. After the initial series, maintenance treatments every six months to a year can help maintain the results.

Can men also benefit from Emsella?

Yes, Emsella is not just for women. Men who suffer from urinary incontinence can also benefit from Emsella treatments.

Why choose Precision Aesthetics MD for Emsella?

At Precision Aesthetics MD, we are dedicated to providing treatments that deliver tangible results. Dr. Lisa Zdinak brings her extensive knowledge and experience with Emsella to each treatment, ensuring our patients receive exemplary care. We believe in a personalized approach to aesthetic medicine. Each patient's body is unique, and we customize our Emsella treatments to suit individual needs and health objectives. Our team is here to guide you through the process, answering any questions and ensuring your comfort throughout the treatment. Take control with Emsella. Experience the transformative power of Emsella at Precision Aesthetics MD. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards improved pelvic health and a better quality of life.

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