Emsella Chair seems to be a sophisticated solution tailored to address the challenges of urinary incontinence. Employing the power of high-intensity electromagnetic energy, this cutting-edge chair facilitates the stimulation and fortification of pelvic floor muscles, akin to the effects of traditional Kegel exercises.
Is this a good idea?
The appeal is in the non invasive nature of the treatment. However you need to understand how the treatment works and what are the long term implications. When you exercise a muscle either actively by doing your exercises or passively like with this device, the benefits will be evident only while you do the treatment. Think about what happens when you go to the gym: you will feel your muscles nice and tight for a while but if you stop going everything will return as before. That is exactly the same situation with Emsella. Unless of course you can afford doing it for ever. It would be far more beneficial for you to ensure that you know how to do pelvic floor exercises correctly because the reality is that you will have to do them for life. On top of all of this a medical concern is that this treatment is offered by cosmetics and general clinics where no assessment of the actual problem is possible. Many women think they have stress incontinence but they have a different problem. Some urge incontinence cases get worse with extra tightening of the pelvic floor and only a proper medical examination and assessment can really differentiate between the two.
Why is laser different?
Once you have achieved the maximum improvement possible with the toning of the muscles, extra help can be reached reinforcing the collagen around the bladder and urethra. This is a still a non invasive solution but it does generate changes in the tissues which together with your strong pelvic floor can help in achieving a far better bladder control.
Clinical evaluations and trials have demonstrated the remarkable efficacy of this method in addressing mild to moderate Stress Urinary Incontinence, underscored by the high level of satisfaction reported by patients.
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