HomeHealthChildersburg Primary Care introduces groundbreaking and completely non-invasive treatment for incontinence in womenChildersburg Primary Care introduces groundbreaking and completely non-invasive treatment for incontinence in womenThu, February 25, 2021 by SylacaugaNews.com Digital TeamSHARE NOW This story is a paid promotional advertisement from Childersburg Primary Care.CHILDERSBURG, Ala. – Dr. Jarod Speer and Dr. Molly Ellis announce the introduction of a first of its kind treatment, EMSELLA– the only device available to target a woman’s entire pelvic floor region for the treatment of incontinence. This unique technology revolutionizes the women’s intimate health and wellness category by providing those suffering from incontinence with a completely non-invasive option.The “chair” design of the device itself allows women to remain fully clothed for treatment, with no pain or downtime, so patients can walk out immediately following treatment.“We’re thrilled to be able to offer our patients the EMSELLA treatment as it offers maximum results with no surgery needed,” said Dr. Jarod Speer. “This is truly revolutionary as up until now, invasive treatments have been the only option to effectively address these serious issues, so we’re delighted to finally have an efficacious treatment solution that is truly non-invasive.”Statistics show that approximately 35% of women worldwide are affected by urinary incontinence, which presents itself in three forms: stress (leakage during physical activity), urge (strong & sudden), and mixed (combination of stress and urge). Incontinence is often a result of childbirth and/or the natural aging process and can have a dramatic effect on a woman’s quality of life. Women often report having to give up exercise and a decrease in self-confidence and intimacy as a result of incontinence.Harnessing the power of HIFEM (High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic) technology, EMSELLA stimulates the entire pelvic floor at once—with a single session providing thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions, comparable to thousands of Kegels.A recent clinical study demonstrated that 95% of patients treated reported satisfaction and significant improvement in their quality of life following six treatments with EMSELLA. Additionally, 67% of treated patients totally eliminated or decreased the use of hygienic pads in day-to-day life.For optimal results with BTL EMSELLA, Dr. Speer and Dr. Ellis recommend a series of six, twice weekly, 28-minute treatments.Call Childersburg Primary Care at 256-378-3313 for pricing or to set up an appointment.