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Strengthening Your Pelvic Floor
Twenty-five million Americans suffer from incontinence. It can happen after pregnancy, surgery, or age alone. As the pelvic floor weakens, our internal organs start to drop, putting pressure on the bladder. By building up and strengthening the pelvic floor, we can reduce the symptoms of incontinence.
That’s where Emsella in Chicago at CaTara Medical Spa comes in. Emsella is an FDA-cleared, advanced treatment for urinary incontinence. This non-invasive procedure uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to trigger muscle contractions in the pelvic floor.
Emsella for sexual health – Strengthening the pelvic floor has additional benefits in that it also improves sensation in the area which helps improve sexual function and pleasure.
Emsella Treatment in Chicago
What it Treats
Urinary leakage, urgency, and frequency
Weak pelvic floor muscles
Sexual function and pleasure
A series of 28-minute treatment sessions
18 or older
Recovery & Downtime
There is no downtime after Emsella in Chicago. You can receive this treatment before, during, or after your workday and get back to your routine with no discomfort or recovery time.
Why Try Emsella in Chicago?
Non-Invasive Solution for Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence can quickly take a hold of your life. Emsella is a non-invasive solution to significantly improve your symptoms by strengthening the pelvic floor.
Sexual Health Benefits
A stronger pelvic floor has sexual health benefits, including stronger sensations and an overall positive effect on sexual wellness.
Easy and Quick Treatment
The treatment process for Emsella couldn't be more simple. All you have to do is sit on the Emsella chair as it helps strengthen your pelvic floor without pain or discomfort.
The Emsella Process
What to Expect
Here at CaTara, we make sure every treatment you receive is suited to your needs. Once you have been diagnosed with urinary incontinence, you will meet with a CaTara provider to discuss your symptoms, questions, expectations with treatment, and overall goals. We will then create a personalized treatment program for you that includes how many Emsella treatment sessions you will need for your desired results.
For your treatment, you will simply relax on the Emsella chair for the 28-minute treatment session. You can relax or read a book or magazine during this time as Emsella stimulates thousands of muscle contractions to strengthen your pelvic floor—all in a painless procedure.
You may notice an immediate improvement after your first treatment with Emsella at CaTara. The best results will come from completing a series of treatments, where you will have a stronger pelvic floor, improved bladder control, and enhanced sexual wellness.
- Wear comfortable, light clothing. You do not need to remove any clothing for the procedure, but heavier fabrics may inhibit the treatment.
- Ensure you do not have any health conditions that would exclude you from this treatment.
- Remove all metals, credit cards, and electronic devices on your person before treatment.
- Follow a recommended maintenance plan as needed to prolong your Emsella results.
- There is no downtime after Emsella, so you may return to your daily activities immediately.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do Emsella results last?
How long your Emsella results last depends on each individual, but it ranges between 6 months to 1 year. We recommend maintenance treatments as needed.
What does Emsella feel like?
Most patients report that it feels like a mild tingling sensation in the pelvic area.
Is Emsella painful?
No, Emsella is not painful. It is an easy, non-invasive urinary incontinence treatment.
How many Emsella treatments do I need?
We can determine how many Emsella treatments you need during your consultation with a CaTara, where we will learn about your symptoms, concerns, and goals.
How long should I wait after giving birth to receive Emsella in Chicago?
We recommend that patients wait at least 3-6 months after giving birth to undergo any treatments.
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