EMSELLA® in Denver, CO

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What IS EMsella?

Based on studies from the American Urological Association, both men and women over the age of 30 can be more susceptible to suffer from urinary incontinence. Though it is less common in men, about 25 – 45% of women in this age group have reported issues of incontinence. This could be the result of childbirth, menopause, or additional factors that have led to weakened pelvic floor muscles. Thankfully, Dr. Eric Barker at Peak Plastic Surgery offers treatments that can help combat incontinence in both men and women. As a noninvasive, FDA-cleared treatment, EMSELLA helps to stimulate contractions in the pelvic floor muscles with the use of electromagnetic energy, which can lead to the re-education of the muscle and renewed control over the bladder. One treatment session only lasts about half an hour, and over time, these sessions can strengthen the pelvic floor and effectively treat urinary incontinence. If you are suffering from incontinence and are looking for treatment, we invite you to contact our Denver, CO facility to schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Barker. 

WHAT TO EXPECT During EMSELLA Treatment 

Patients do not need to do anything in order to prepare for the EMSELLA treatment. For the entire EMSELLA treatment session, you will remain seated and fully clothed on the specialty treatment chair. Throughout the session, you may experience tingling and contractions of the pelvic floor muscles. The entire treatments last about 28 minutes, in which your pelvic floor will contract over 11,000 times. Numerous patients use their treatment time to check emails, read, or just relax. Immediately following your treatment, you will be able to resume your normal daily activities with no necessary downtime. Though it can vary from patient to patient, the majority of patients will need around six treatment sessions that should be scheduled about twice a week.  

Emsella Treatment FAQs

Does the Emsella treatment really work?
Emsella is FDA-approved to treat urinary incontinence and weakened pelvic floor muscles whether from childbirth, menopause, or other health issues. Studies have shown that Emsella can improve stress urinary incontinence in up to 95% of patients who have undergone the treatment.

Does Emsella hurt? What does it feel like?
The Emsella® treatment is painless. Some patients have reported feeling a slight vibration in their pelvic area during the treatment.

How long does Emsella last?
After your six-session treatment, you can expect the effects of Emsella to last for up to a year before you’ll need to repeat the procedure.

Can Emsella® help with orgasms?
Emsella® strengthens the pelvic floor muscles, which can have positive effects on one’s sex life with some patients reporting stronger, easier-to-achieve orgasms along with increased sensation.

Experience Optimal, Comfortable Care

Dealing with urinary incontinence can be a nuisance and embarrassing. However, with advanced EMSELLA treatments, patients can experience a strengthened pelvic floor for improved bladder control. Contact Dr. Eric Barker at Peak Plastic Surgery in Denver, CO to learn more about the benefits of EMSELLA and to schedule a consultation.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.