Urinary incontinence can be awkward and embarrassing, even though it is not your fault when it happens. It is not uncommon for women who have undergone pregnancy to experience a weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. This is especially true for those who have undergone multiple pregnancies. Weakness in these muscles can lead to urine leakage, or what people sometimes call stress incontinence. If you have incontinence problems or experience frequent urination, come see us at Serenity Women’s Care and Aesthetics. This is an all-woman, safe environment where we will treat your concern with utmost sensitivity and care.
What Causes Stress Incontinence?
Trauma through pregnancy can cause a weakening of the pelvic shelf or pelvic floor. This is the part of your body responsible for supporting all the organs in the pelvic area. When the pelvic muscles have weakened, it is harder for them to hold back the bladder, and urinary leakage can result. At Serenity Women’s Care and Aesthetics, we have a remarkable device for treating stress incontinence called Emsella®.
How Do We Handle Urinary Incontinence at Serenity Women’s Care and Aesthetics?
This device is based on the same principle as EmSculpt® for abdominal toning. During an Emsella® treatment, you simply sit on a “throne” and the device uses high-frequency electromagnetic stimulation (HIFEM) to cause your pelvic muscles to contract rapidly. This helps build the pelvic muscles, just as if you had put them through an intense workout. After six 30-minute treatments spread out over three weeks, 95% of patients studied report better quality of life, with a 75% overall reduction in pad use.
Sensitive, Discreet Urinary Incontinence Care in Scottsdale, AZ
We pride ourselves on offering a no-stress, no judgment environment for women’s care. We will make every effort to put you at ease as we discuss your concerns and issues and how the Emsella® throne can help. If this treatment is right for you, you should quickly see a dramatic improvement. To begin, all you have to do is contact us by submitting the form below or giving us a call at (480) 877-0764.