“After my prostate surgery, incontinence was a big problem, but Emsella has really changed that around.”
When it comes to fitness, guys spend a lot of time focused on their core - but what about your floor? Your Pelvic Floor is responsible for controlling your bladder. How often do you get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom? Do you have that “nervous bladder” where it feels like you always need to urinate? Or have you had surgery that can make you leak a little? Do you feel a sudden, urgent need to urinate, followed by accidental leakage? Do you have urine leakage brought on by quick movements or pressure, such as from coughing or laughing? Is incontinence frequent or affecting your quality of life? If you answered yes to any one these questions, KINGSMEN Emsella is right for you.
Some men require a liner or small pad for small amounts of leakage after radical prostatectomy. These men may leak during a heavy work out or towards the end of the day. Emsella has helped the majority of these men return to continence. Emsella can also treat fecal incontinence. At KINGSMEN we remind our clients over and over to let go of any shame attached to how their bodies work. We’re here to give you the help and support you need, because intimate wellness is for everyone.
HIFEM (High Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Energy) technology triggers intense PFM (Pelvic Floor Muscles) contractions by targeting neuromuscular tissue and inducing electric currents powered by Tesla Magnets. Electric currents depolarize neurons resulting in concentric contractions and lift up of all PFM. Key effectiveness is based on focused electromagnetic energy, in-depth penetration, and stimulation of the entire pelvic floor area. This directly modifies the muscle structure, inducing a more efficient growth of myofibrils – muscle fiber hypertrophy, the creation of new protein strands and muscle fibers – muscle fiber hyperplasia. HIFEM technology causes deep PFM stimulation and restoration of the neuromuscular control.
■ Post-prostatectomy incontinence (PPI) is a commonly reported side effect of the radical prostatectomy with prevalence reaching up to 60%.
■ HIFEM procedure significantly enhanced quality of life of men with PPI.
■ All subjects achieved improvement after six HIFEM treatments.
■ In general, subjects were less limited in their social life, daily activities, physical activities and reported improvement in sleep quality.
■ Average pad usage was reduced by 1.0 pad/day.