Stress Incontinence Treatment

Stress Incontinence Treatment Nottingham

Stress incontinence Nottingham is a form of urinary incontinence where there is an involuntary loss of urine when physical movement or activity (such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising) puts pressure on the bladder.

It is the most common type of urinary incontinence in women.

Stress Incontinence Treatment Nottingham Advantages:

  • No Anaesthetic
  • Short Treatment Sessions Just 30 Mins
  • No Recovery Or Downtime After Treatment
  • 6 Short Treatments Are All That You Need
  • 100% Reliable & Safe
  • Ems Incontinence Treatment helps in bladder & pelvic muscle mass control
  • Discreet Your Remain Fully Clothed
  • Cost Effective Treatments
Stress Incontinence Treatment

How Ems Incontinence Treatment Helps Stress Incontinence Nottingham

Ems Incontinence Treatment helps stress incontinence Nottingham by delivering thousands of electromagnetic pulses to the pelvic floor muscles.

It causes the muscles to contract and relax repeatedly in a manner similar to doing Kegel exercises, resulting in strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles.

By enhancing muscle strength, it can help reduce or eliminate symptoms of stress incontinence such as leakage during physical activities like coughing or sneezing.

Stresses That Cause Incontinence Nottingham

Stress incontinence Nottingham is caused by a disruption of the delicate balance between the abdominal muscles, bladder, and pelvic floor muscles.

This disruption can be due to a variety of physical and psychological stresses such as: pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, aging, smoking, chronic coughing, straining during bowel movements or urination, surgery in the lower abdomen or groin area, weak pelvic floor muscles due to lack of exercise or poor posture, poorly managed chronic conditions such as diabetes, excessive caffeine consumption or alcohol use.

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FAQ About Stress Incontinence Treatment Nottingham

Stress incontinence Nottingham is caused by weakened pelvic floor muscles, an overactive bladder, pregnancy and childbirth, or physical injury.

People of all ages and genders can be affected by stress incontinence Nottingham, but it is more common in older people and women due to the increased incidence of weakened pelvic floor muscles.

Other risk factors for developing stress incontinence Nottingham include obesity, smoking, chronic coughing, neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis, or undergoing certain surgeries.

What is Ems Incontinence Treatment ?
Ems Incontinence Treatment is a non-invasive treatment for stress incontinence.

It uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HI-EMT (high frequency electro magnetic therapy)) technology to stimulate pelvic floor muscles and restore neuromuscular control.

How does Ems Incontinence Treatment work to combat stress incontinence?

Ems Incontinence Treatment works by delivering thousands of contractions per session to the pelvic floor muscles. This helps to strengthen these muscles and improve urinary control.

What makes Ems Incontinence Treatment unique in treating stress incontinence?

Unlike other treatments, Ems Incontinence Treatment allows you to remain fully clothed during the procedure. Plus, it targets the entire pelvic floor, for more comprehensive treatment.

What are the benefits of using Ems Incontinence Treatment for stress incontinence?

Patients often experience a reduction in their incontinence episodes, improved quality of life, and increased confidence. They can also return to their normal activities immediately after each session.

Is Ems Incontinence Treatment safe?

Yes, Ems Incontinence Treatment is FDA approved for treating urinary incontinence. Its safety and efficacy have been confirmed by several clinical studies.

How long does an Ems Incontinence Treatment treatment take?

Each Ems Incontinence Treatment session lasts about 30 minutes. For optimal results, it’s recommended to have two sessions per week over a three-week period.

Can anyone use Ems Incontinence Treatment?

Ems Incontinence Treatment is suitable for men and women of all ages who suffer from stress incontinence. However, it’s always best to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new treatment.

Does the Ems Incontinence Treatment treatment hurt?

No, the Ems Incontinence Treatment treatment is not painful. Most patients describe the sensation as a tingling in the pelvic area during the procedure.

Are the results from Ems Incontinence Treatment permanent?

While many patients experience improvement after their first few sessions, maintenance sessions may be needed to ensure long-lasting results.

Where can I get the Ems Incontinence Treatment treatment?

Ems Incontinence Treatment treatments are available at various clinics worldwide. Use the “Find a Provider” tool on the Ems Incontinence Treatment website to locate a provider near you.