Improve Sexual Performance, Treat Urinary Incontinence.
Suffering from a leaky bladder can become a significant hindrance to daily life, but with EMSELLA urinary incontinence treatment, you can finally regain control of your body. For men who have undergone prostate surgery, urinary incontinence can be a problem.
Emsella has been shown to decrease urinary incontinence in men following prostate surgery. Fortunately, EMSELLA’s innovative technology uses electromagnetic energy to tighten pelvic floor muscles without surgery or invasive procedures.
Clinical studies have shown 95% of patients say EMSELLA improved their quality of life. In addition, the 11,000 Kegel exercises performed during an Emsella treatment help to promote healthy blood flow and enhance sexual performance.
What it Treats
Emsella helps improve sexual wellness and urinary incontinence.
Cost varies depending on how many sessions are needed.
Six sessions with two sessions per week are usually recommended.
The procedure typically takes 30 minutes to complete.
There is no downtime for Emsella; you may resume regular activities immediately after treatment.
Retrains pelvic floor muscles
Emsella offers a revolutionary solution to reduce the effects of urinary incontinence and improve long-term pelvic health. Emsella retrains pelvic muscles to reduce urinary incontinence while also improving pelvic blood flow and sexual performance.
Brings rapid results
Emsella instantly strengthens your pelvic floor muscles. This remarkable 28–minute procedure provides your pelvic muscles with up to 11,000 intense supra-maximal contractions, thus building the pelvic floor.
Improves Pelvic Blood Flow and Sexual Performance
Men in St. Louis have experienced a boost in sexual performance thanks to Emsella, an innovative new treatment that increases blood flow. Making wayes beyond the US borders, it has been scientifically cleared for treating erectile dysfunction in Canada.
Emsella is a non-invasive way to strengthen the pelvic floor without invasive procedures.
Treatment with the procedure is a relaxing experience, not requiring any discomfort. During sessions, many patients have reported feeling their pelvic floor muscles alternating between tension and release – similar to when performing Kegel exercises for strengthening!
Patients experienced remarkable results after treatment with Emsella. With 95% of patients noticing a marked improvement in their symptoms.
How it works
EMSELLA is a quick, non-invasive procedure that tightens pelvic floor muscles. The device uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to stimulate supra-maximal contractions, which you can’t achieve yourself. As a result, deep pelvic muscles become stronger, giving you more neuromuscular control over your bladder. When the energy hits the pelvic area, you may experience some tingling as your muscles contract. However, the process is quick, and you don’t have to worry about downtime.
Experience revolutionary comfort in St. Louis with the innovative Emsella technology! This treatment harnesses electromagnetic energy to strengthen your pelvic muscles, restoring and rejuvenating them for long-lasting results without pain or discomfort. Get back in control of your body today and restore your confidence. Regain your sexual health and bladder control with this cutting-edge solution!
Emsella gives you the freedom to live your life with less worry. Say goodbye to worrying about embarrassing leaks when coughing, laughing, or moving around, and hello to increased confidence in yourself! Live confidently again thanks to this revolutionary treatment for urinary incontinence.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are plagued with frequent and sudden urinary urges and involuntary loss of urine when laughing or sneezing, you are an ideal candidate for Emsella.
Before your procedure, you will have a consultation to discuss your goals, medical history, and concerns. We will create a tailored treatment plan to ensure optimal results.
There is no downtime with Emsella, and treatment is virtually pain-free. Come in for a quick session, then go about your day! You may feel mild muscle pain and skin redness, which will dissipate quickly. You will regain your bladder control and quality of life!
Pregnant women should not undergo the Emsella treatment.
Many patients experience a noticeable improvement in their symptoms after as little as two or three treatment sessions. Some even report mild signs and sensations following the very first session. For long-term relief, you can expect positive effects to last up to a year and longer.
Emsella is an FDA-approved procedure proven to be incredibly safe and pain-free. Though some patients may experience minor redness or muscle pain in the treatment area, these effects typically subside quickly and easily.
A treatment plan will be tailored to your needs. Six sessions with two sessions per week are typically needed to achieve optimal results.
Emsella is usually not covered by insurance, however, this depends solely on your insurance provider.
There is no downtime following an Emsella treatment. You may go back to work and resume regular activities right after the procedure.
Unlike other treatments such as medication, Emsella is a non-invasive procedure that uses electromagnetic energy to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles. Patients sit fully clothed on a specialized chair that emits these energy waves, making the muscle contract and strengthening them over time. This therapy is ideal for those who prefer to steer clear of medication or surgery.
A Men’s Clinic To Raise Performance
The Edge For Men is a Clinic in the St Louis area that focuses on enhancing men’s performance. Whether in the office, the gym, or the bedroom, we offer a range of services to improve your appearance and performance. We help you to live life optimally! Each patient has access to:
An unmatched offering of body sculpting treatments
Testosterone optimization to improve performance
Sexual enhancement treatments for optimal performance
Skin and injectable treatments to enhance appearance
Under the medical direction of Richard Moore, M.D.