Another Article on Urinary Incontinence

The limitations of the alternatives to Emsella

The Sunday Times carried a personal feature on the effect of urinary incontinence and loss of bladder control last week, noting that the Emsella is now being used by more and more gynaecologists worldwide. Read the article and the limitations of the alternatives to the Emsella here.

We’ve written before about the mesh implant scandal, as we were personally horrified by the impact this surgery has had on women’s lives. You can read their personal impact statements here. Even when surgery appears to be initially successful, the impact of the mesh migrating and embedding into internal organs, making it virtually impossible to remove, is something that keeps us striving to help improve the quality of life through non-surgical means. Read the full blog here, to understand the latest NICE recommendations of using physiotherapy-style remedial treatment, such as Emsella, as the preferred treatment option