Say NO to Urinary Incontinence!
Urinary incontinence is a common health problem that affects many people, especially women. It can have a significant impact on quality of life and self-esteem. Fortunately, there are now effective treatment options available, including the Emsella device.
What is the Emsella device?
The Emsella device is an innovative technology designed to treat urinary incontinence without the need for surgery or invasive procedures. It is based on Focused Electromagnetic Stimulation (FMS) technology, which has proven effective in strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor, a key area for bladder control.
How does Emsella work?
Emsella treatment is simple, painless, and non-invasive. The patient sits comfortably on the device fully clothed, with no need to undress. The device then emits focused electromagnetic pulses that penetrate deeply into the muscles of the pelvic floor.
These pulses stimulate involuntary muscle contractions, thus reproducing the effect of Kegel exercises, which strengthen the pelvic floor. The patient will feel these muscle contractions, but they are generally painless and well tolerated.
Benefits of the Emsella device
Emsella offers several significant advantages for the treatment of urinary incontinence:
1/ Non-invasive: Unlike surgery, Emsella involves no incisions and no recovery time.
2/ Effective: Many people notice a significant improvement in their urinary incontinence symptoms after a few sessions, with a possibility of enhanced sexual pleasure.
3/ Safe: The Emsella device is safe and has been approved by health authorities for the treatment of urinary incontinence.
4/ Comfort: Sessions are short, lasting about 30 minutes, and require no special preparation.
How many sessions are needed?
The number of Emsella sessions required can vary depending on the severity of each patient’s urinary incontinence. Generally, a treatment plan usually involves between 6 and 8 sessions, about once or twice a week.
Results and follow-up
Most patients start to feel an improvement in their symptoms after a few sessions. The results continue to improve over time, and regular follow-up with your healthcare professional is essential to monitor progress and adjust the treatment plan as needed.
A study published in the Journal of Laser Surgery Medicine concludes that after 6 sessions of Emsella rehabilitation, 81% of patients reported a significant reduction in their symptoms.
In conclusion, the Emsella device represents a major advancement in the treatment of urinary incontinence. Its non-invasive approach, effectiveness, and safety make it an attractive option for many people suffering from this disorder. If you are interested in Emsella treatment for urinary incontinence, do not hesitate to make an appointment for a free assessment with a qualified physician to determine if this approach could be right for you. A better quality of life and greater self-confidence are within reach thanks to this revolutionary technology.
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What is the price of
Launch price: 100 € until 31/12/23
A treatment course
Launch price: 1 200 € until 31/12/23
What are the results?
- Scientific studies have shown that 95% of treated patients reported a major improvement in their quality of life.
- Studies have highlighted a 75% reduction in the use of sanitary pads for people who need them on a daily basis.
The protocol is 2 sessions per week for 3 to 4 weeks. Maintenance varies from person to person depending on the state of urinary incontinence. A session every quarter is recommended, but this interval can be shortened if necessary.
What are the Contraindications to EMSELLA?
- Pacemaker, defibrillator, or other system
- Copper IUD
- Hip prosthesis
Why Choose Maison Magnifisens?
At Maison Magnifisens, you know that you are in the capable hands of Dr. TEXIER and her skilled team. You will be welcomed in one of the most beautiful places in Paris, a warm and comfortable setting so that you feel as at ease as possible.