Incontinence is a condition that plagues both men and women of all ages. It often goes undiscussed and untreated due to patients embarrassment or fear of invasive treatments. However, there is a simple solution to this issue and we offer it right here at House of Healing in Spokane Valley, WA.
Some of our patients have urinary incontinence (aka bladder leakage). If this is something you’ve experienced, you know how difficult it can be to manage. One moment you’re out with friends and having a good time, then all of a sudden you laugh too hard and it happens.
Don’t worry, incontinence doesn’t have to be a life sentence. We offer a life-changing, noninvasive treatment in our office called Emsella™ which can help you regain your confidence and lessen the chance of having another accident.
What causes urinary incontinence?
If you experience urine leakage when you exercise, laugh, sneeze, or cough, you have what’s known as stress incontinence. These everyday actions put pressure on your bladder, causing urine to leak out as a result. This is a common issue and doesn’t mean there’s something seriously wrong with you. Causes of stress incontinence include: Pregnancy and giving birth, Overactive or weakened bladder, Getting older, & Menopause.
How Emsella can help
Emsella is an innovative, noninvasive treatment approved by the FDA for stress and urge incontinence. During the treatment you sit, fully clothed, on a large chair that delivers high-frequency electromagnetic waves to your pelvic floor and surrounding muscles. This process is completely painless though you may feel tingling and thousands of small contractions during the session, similar to doing Kegel exercises. In fact, one 28-minute session delivers 11,200 stimulations. By forcing the pelvic muscles and surrounding muscles to contract at such a high frequency, they grow stronger. This allows you to regain control and stop leakage. For best results, Dr. Sidhu recommends a total of six sessions, two per week for three weeks. If you’re ready to learn more about Emsella and how this revolutionary treatment can help you.
Call us at (509) 688-0147 or use our convenient online booking tool.