BTL EMSELLA, the world’s most advanced non-invasive treatment for urinary incontinence and recognised as the best procedure for improving intimate health, is now available for ONLY 49 EUR.
Clinically proven to give the best results with 6 treatments, 2 per week.
Pelvic muscle training in the BTL Emsella magnetic chair is a unique non-invasive technology that improves intimate health and helps to solve the problem of urinary incontinence.
Research studies have shown that 95% of treated patients confirmed a significant improvement in their quality of life.
Who is suitable for this procedure and treatment – BTL Emsella Incontinence Treatment and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening ?
The BTL Emsella Incontinence Treatment and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening is a procedure that is ideal for women and men of all ages who want to solve their incontinence problem and improve their intimate life.
How long does the BTL Emsella Incontinence Treatment and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening last?
One procedure lasts 30 minutes and requires 6 procedures, which should be carried out continuously, 2 per week.
What sensations are experienced during the BTL Emsella Incontinence Treatment and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening procedure?
You will feel tingling and contractions of the pelvic floor muscles during the treatment. You will be able to resume your daily activities immediately after the procedure.
How quickly can I feel the results of the BTL Emsella procedure?
You will already feel an improvement after the first procedure.
How to prepare for the procedure?
The BTL Emsella Incontinence Treatment and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening is a very comfortable treatment that requires no special preparation. You don’t even need to undress during the treatment, just sit comfortably in the magnetic chair for half an hour. The procedure can be carried out during the lunch break and afterwards you can return to your normal daily activities.
Is incontinence a common health problem?
Although incontinence is more common in women, it is also a common problem in men.
For men, incontinence occurs:
- due to an unbalanced lifestyle;
- being overweight or obese;
- use of or dependence on alcohol or drugs;
- hormonal imbalances;
- after urological surgery;
- in case of prostate dysfunction;
- after oncological diseases;
- due to age.
It is common to think that these are problems of older people, but this is not true. People in their thirties can also have this problem.
Is BTL Emsella Incontinence Treatment and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening only suitable for incontinence?
Absolutely not, this treatment strengthens the pelvic floor muscles and is an excellent preventive measure that can help avoid unpleasant problems.
Strong and well-functioning pelvic floor muscles:
- have an impact on intimate life;
- helps to achieve orgasm more easily;
- ensures the retention of urine and faeces;
- affects bowel function;
- provides extra support when laughing, coughing, sneezing, running, dancing.
Since ancient times, people have been concerned about the health of their pelvic muscles. The philosophers Hippocrates and Galen are known to have told of exercises for the pelvic muscles that were carried out in public baths. In the middle of the last century, the physician Arnold H. Kegel described exercises for this area of the body. The exercises, named after him, are still recommended by doctors to men and women as an effective means of strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.
The exercises are simple and can be done even in the workplace, but to be effective and to feel the results, they need to be done correctly and regularly. If you do 4 sets of these exercises every day, after about 2 months you will feel the results: you will have better control over your urine and you will experience new sensations during sex. Unfortunately, not everyone manages to do them correctly, and even fewer people have the patience and motivation to develop a new habit and exercise their pelvic floor muscles daily.
Which patients are not suitable for BTL Emsella Incontinence Treatment and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening?
This treatment is not suitable if the patient:
- has metal plates in the bones;
- has a pacemaker;
- is taking blood thinners;
- has oncological diseases.