Urinary Incontinence in Crestview, FL

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What Is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence refers to when a patient has trouble controlling their bladder, allowing urine to leak accidentally. There are many factors that can contribute to urinary incontinence, including childbirth, menopause, or as a result of getting older. There are several categories of urinary incontinence, including stress incontinence (when urine leaks as a result of laughing, coughing, sneezing, or other actions), urge incontinence (when you feel the urge to "go" even when your bladder isn't full), overflow incontinence (when you can't empty your bladder entirely and urine leaks out after going to the bathroom), and mixed incontinence (a combination of the others).

While urinary incontinence may not be a life-threatening concern, the compassionate professionals at Main Street Medical Center & The Vue MediSpa understand the impact it can have on your quality of life. That's why Dr. Josh and the rest of our team are proud to offer relief for urinary incontinence with EMSELLA®, a revolutionary treatment designed to strengthen the pelvic muscles and improve blood flow for enhanced pelvic and sexual health. If you're ready to take control of your bathroom habits again, reach out to our med spa to ask about EMSELLA for urinary incontinence in Crestview, FL.

What Are the Benefits of EMSELLA for Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence can significantly impact your quality of life, but EMSELLA sessions at Main Street Medical Center & The Vue MediSpa make pelvic treatments easy and comfortable. Patients can enjoy numerous benefits choosing EMSELLA for urinary incontinence treatment, including:

  • Noninvasive, painless procedure
  • Sessions are quick and convenient
  • Enhances pelvic floor strength
  • Results are long-lasting
  • No recovery time needed

Am I A Candidate for EMSELLA Treatments?

A good candidate for EMSELLA at Main Street Medical Center & The Vue MediSpa is a person who struggles with urinary incontinence, leakage, or other issues related to the pelvic muscles. Because it is noninvasive, EMSELLA is appropriate for most individuals, though it may not be recommended for pregnant women, people who have recently undergone pelvic surgery, or those who have surgical implants anywhere in their body. During your consultation, Dr. Josh will review your medical history before recommending a suitable treatment.

How Is Urinary Incontinence Treated?

EMSELLA features a chair-shaped design, which will allow you to comfortably rest during your treatment — no need to remove your clothes. Once you are in place, we will turn on the device, which will emit electromagnetic energy, activating your pelvic muscles and causing them to contract thousands of times over the course of one 30-minute session. These contractions perform the same function as Kegel exercises, tearing down the muscle fibers so your body's natural healing process can rebuild them to be even stronger. Some patients report a slight tingling feeling as the muscles contract, but most don't report feeling any pain or discomfort, and many like to pass the time by reading, watching TV, or chatting, just as you would do from your favorite chair at home.

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Stop Worrying about Incontinence

If you feel like urinary incontinence is taking over your life, we encourage you to reach out to the friendly staff at Main Street Medical Center & The Vue MediSpa to discuss if EMSELLA can help you take control of your bladder. Dr. Josh strives to create success stories for all of our patients in Crestview, FL, whether they're in need of aesthetic enhancements or treatments (like EMSELLA) to help them live their best lives. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.

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How much does urinary incontinence treatment cost?

Your EMSELLA treatment cost will depend on the number of sessions needed to address your concerns. During your initial consultation, Dr. Josh will talk with you about the number of recommended treatments and what you can expect in terms of cost.

How many EMSELLA treatments will I need?

The number of treatment sessions that Dr. Josh recommends will depend on the severity of your condition, your pelvic strength, and several other factors. In general, most patients need about six treatments spaced a few days apart from each other.

What causes urinary incontinence?

There are four categories of urinary incontinence, and each one has its own causes:

  • Stress incontinence: Caused by a weakening in the pelvic floor muscles, usually due to age or injury
  • Overflow incontinence: Caused by weak muscles in the bladder or a urethral obstruction
  • Urge (or urgency) incontinence: Frequently develops as a result of overactive bladder
  • Mixed incontinence: A mixture of types, this condition often develops as a consequence of the bladder muscles weakening during pregnancy

Urinary incontinence has a tendency to occur more frequently in women who are older, overweight, who smoke, or who have a history of incontinence running in their family.

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