Incontinence

With incontinence improved, you can get back to being active!

Using evidence-based stratgies to help you regain control.

Incontinence—or the involuntary loss of control of the bladder or bowel—has many different causes and can take many different forms. Fortunately, there are ways to improve urinary and fecal urgency and leakage.

Types of Incontinence

Click on any of the links below to learn more about signs, symptoms, and treatment options for the different types of incontinence.


Unique Technology for Incontinence

 

The Emsella Chair

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After childbirth and menopause, pelvic floor muscles often weaken to the point where they are difficult to isolate. The stimulation of these muscles improves bladder control and reduces incontinence.The Emsella Chair is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for incontinence caused by a weakened pelvic floor. The Emsella chair emits a high-intensity focused electromagnetic wave, which induces deep pelvic floor muscle contractions designed to deliver the equivalent of 11,200 Kegel exercises over 28 minutes.

Does The Treatment Hurt?

You will experience tingling and pelvic floor muscle contractions during the procedure. The contractions are frequent, but they do not hurt. You can easily carry on a conversation or read during the treatment. Additionally, there is no downtime. You may resume normal daily activities immediately after the treatment.

How Many Sessions Will I Need?

Typically we recommend two treatments a week for three weeks - six treatments in total. However, your provider will tailor a treatment plan for you.


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