Enjoy Freedom from Constant Urge to Urinate with Our Revolutionary BTL Emsella Service at Haven Medspa
Urinary incontinence is a medical condition that refers to the loss of bladder control and leads to urine leakage. The leakage, in most cases, is uncontrollable, and this can adversely affect your mental wellness. Besides aging, a weakened pelvic floor post-pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause can cause this condition. At Haven Medspa, our team, led by Dr. Virpal Thiara, is committed to providing the most effective and highly advanced urinary incontinence treatment that allows you to lead a quality life free of fear.
Types of Urinary Incontinence
There are four types of urinary incontinence, including:
- Stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
Any physical activity, such as sneezing, coughing, laughing, or bending, puts pressure on the bladder and causes involuntary urine leakage. This happens when the pelvic floor tissues are stretched and become weak, and this enables the bladder to exert pressure on the sphincter muscles that control the flow of urine through the urethra. It is usually seen among women who have experienced vaginal childbirth. The symptoms of SUI can be mild, moderate, or severe.
- Overactive bladder (OAB) or urgency incontinence
It refers to a sudden urge to urinate, leading to leakage of urine. This occurs when, due to abnormal nerve signals, the bladder muscles become overactive and contract resulting in urine leakage.
- Overflow incontinence
When the body produces more urine than the bladder can hold, or the bladder is full but cannot be emptied due to blockage or malfunctioning of the bladder muscle, it results in a urine leak.
- Mixed incontinence
Women who experience symptoms of both SUI and OAB suffer from mixed incontinence. They cannot control urination while performing an activity, and they have urgent and frequent urges to urinate that they are unable to control.
Urinary Incontinence Treatment Procedure at Haven Medspa
One of the most effective and successful options for women who wish for a solution to their urinary incontinence is the pelvic floor tightening treatment, referred to as the BTL Emsella procedure. It is an FDA-cleared non-surgical, non-invasive, painless, and relaxing treatment that enhances the bladder’s urine retention ability. This procedure is a comfortable 30-minute-long treatment procedure that needs no recovery time and has minimal side effects. Scientific research shows that 95% of women who received the treatment reported a significant improvement in their quality of life.
During the treatment, you will sit on an ergonomic chair. With the help of electromagnetic technology, the chair activates more than 11,000 supramaximal muscle contractions, also referred to as Kegels, that you may feel as vibrations. The electromagnetic waves will reach your pelvic floor muscles and cause them to contract and tighten to make them stronger. The treatment will stimulate your entire pelvic floor by strengthening its tissues and also the tissues of the vaginal wall. This will help you to gain more control and avoid frequent urination. You may need six sessions total, with two sessions per week.
Benefits of Urinary Incontinence Treatment
At Haven Medspa, you can experience numerous benefits of our exclusive urinary incontinence treatment – BTL Emsella. These benefits are as follows:
- The treatment is non-surgical, non-invasive, and involves no pain or downtime.
- It restores control of the bladder and muscles of the pelvic floor.
- You can relax through the session, which lasts for approximately half an hour.
- You stay fully clothed during the procedure.
- It includes walking in and walking out on the same day.
- It positively impacts your sexual experience.
Haven Medspa: The Best Choice for Urinary Incontinence Treatment
Residents in Yuba City and Lincoln/Rocklin, CA, can benefit from the most advanced aesthetic treatments using the latest technology and equipment at Haven Medspa. Our qualified and experienced staff ensure that you receive the highest standards of service for your urinary incontinence treatment. We endeavor to offer you relief from the physical and mental stress that you continually experience at the earliest with our treatment.
Women older than 50 are at maximum risk for urinary incontinence.
With proper medical treatment, elderly incontinence can be cured or considerably reduced.
The treatment is an FDA-approved non-surgical, and non-invasive treatment with negligible side effects.
You may experience skin redness and muscle spasms along with muscular, tendon, and joint pain.
The neuromuscular control of the pelvic floor muscles is restored, which helps patients to regain control over their tissues and bladder.