Know Someone Experiencing Bladder Leaks?
Pelvic fitness is more critical to bladder continence than age. It can deteriorate to the point where stress incontinence, and urge incontinence, or both occur. You can be a senior citizen, middle-aged, or a younger adult. Men and women both experience pelvic dysfunction, and both can suffer from bladder leaks.
Do you know someone who is living with urinary incontinence? You may be too shy to talk about bladder leaks, but we’re not! Share our website, blog, or social media with them to learn that there are treatment options that are safe, effective, and, best of all, non-invasive.
Libby is our Emsella Chair Treatment Plus More
Urinary incontinence can make you feel like you can’t be free to fully live your life because you’re always worried about leaks. People are embarrassed and concerned that they won’t find a bathroom when they need one, affecting their quality of life. That’s why we named our treatment for bladder leaks Libby – short for Liberation. It involves BTL Emsella chair treatments, plus a customized education and support system to help you understand why pelvic dysfunction happens and what else you can do to improve it. Emsella chair treatments are just one aspect of our pelvic health program. Learn more about how Libby works on our website, or give us a call to find a BTL Emsella near me.
Pelvic Health is Part of Core Wellness
At Corelife Wellness, our mission is to get people back to feeling like themselves again through treatment and support for various core and pelvic fitness conditions. After all, pelvic health is part of overall core fitness, and a healthy core leads to a healthy, well-functioning body.
One of the conditions we treat routinely is called diastasis recti. Diastasis rectus abdominis affects the abdominal muscle group at the front of the torso. When diastasis recti occurs, the soft connective tissue between the two muscle groups stretches and becomes thinner, resulting in ab separation and a visible bulge. In women, this ab separation is often mistakenly called Mommy Tummy since diastasis recti is common after pregnancy. In men, it is called Beer Belly. However, both are incorrect.
Sometimes, Exercise is Not Enough
Diastasis recti has nothing to do with your diet or fitness level. You cannot control whether it develops or how severe it will become. Fortunately, diastasis recti is generally not a serious condition. However, it can affect things like your mobility and balance. It can also have annoying side effects such as constipation and chronic back pain. Core strengthening exercises can help heal diastasis recti. The road is slow, and the ab workouts are intense with sometimes no discernable progress. That’s where we come in, with our Venus Ab Rehab using Emsculpt to kickstart the process of recovery. It’s quick, painless and effective.
Corelife Wellness – Emsella and Emsculpt in Oakville
We are big believers in the technology behind Emsella and Emsculpt in Oakville. There is plenty of research to back up the claims that Emsella improves pelvic floor fitness and Emsculpt strengthens and tones ab muscles, reducing the effects of diastasis recti. Wondering if Emsella or Emsculpt can help you? Give us a call at 289-277-4983, visit us in our office in the Oakville Hospital or fill out the form below to book a consultation. We’re here to help, and we can’t wait to hear from you!