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WOMEN’S HEALTH

 

MENOPAUSE

Menopause affects the pelvic floor health.  We experience bladder leakage and loss of control as well as dryness of the vaginal wall.

After childbirth, almost 80% of women are unable to properly contract their pelvic floor muscles, one year of after giving natural birth?  Six treatments with the BTL EMSELLA chair will address this and also prevent incontinence, light bladder leakage  (lbl) prolapse or intimate discomfort. The BTL Emsella chair is FDA approved, has CE certification and is TGA registered for pelvic floor muscle strengthening for treatment of challenges such as urinary incontinence, female sexual dysfunction, postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic pain syndrome in female patients.

  • Do you experience urine leakage when carrying a baby or exercising?  

  • Do you have a feeling something is falling out of your vagina?

  • Do you have sexual concerns, such as a sensation of laxity in your vaginal tissue?

Contact us to discuss how the BTL Emsella chair can address the above problems

DECREASED INTIMATE SATISFACTION

Body aging, hormonal changes and multiple childbirths change the quality of all pelvic floor tissues and muscles which play a crucial role during intercourse.  Menopause leads to a lack of arousal,  vaginal dryness, and sexual desire.

INCONTINENCE/BLADDER LEAKS

 6 million Australians suffer from some type of incontinence/or bladder leaks.   37% of Australian women suffer from urinary incontinence and they are typically young women who have just given birth and peri and post-menopausal women.

  • In the last 3 months, have you leaked urine during some physical activity, such as coughing, sneezing, lifting, or sport? 

  • Did you have the urge or the feeling that you needed to empty your bladder, but you could not get to the toilet fast enough?

  • Did you leak urine equally as often with physical activity as with a sense of urgency?

ORGAN PROLAPSE AND POST SURGICAL CONDITION

Pelvic floor muscles support the pelvic floor organs and their weakness negatively contributes to loss of vaginal or uterine support. If you experience any of the following we can help you:

  • Heavy sensation in pulling in your pelvis

  • Urine leakage or trouble having a bowel movement  

  • A sensation of looseness in the tone of your vaginal tissue?