Introducing Emsella

Emsella is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for urinary incontinence and intimate health. Emsella uses high intensity focused electromagnetic technology (HIFEMTM) to deeply stimulate the pelvic floor muscles to restore neuromuscular control. The treatment stimulates thousands of pelvic muscle contractions called supramaximal contractions to tighten the entire pelvic floor. Each session stimulates 11,800 contractions, which is similar to doing 11,800 Kegel exercises!

How Emsella works

The pelvic floor muscles can grow weaker or stretched with age or through pregnancy. These muscles can eventually insufficiently support the pelvic organs and affect bladder control, thus leading to issues like incontinence, bladder leakage, nocturia, and more. The Emsella chair effectively stimulates pelvic floor muscles via thousands of contractions through the use of electromagnetic energy. This continuous stimulation over the course of the instructed sessions leads to retained control over the pelvic floor muscles and bladder. Since Emsella utilizes electromagnetic waves, patients are allowed to remain fully clothed throughout their entire procedure. Simply sit back, relax, and once your session is over, continue on with your day.

Emsella Chair FAQ

Each patient should receive a personalized consultation prior to beginning their Emsella treatment plan. 6 treatments scheduled twice per week are recommended.

The minimum advertised price is $300 per session. Treatment cost depends on the service provider and the individual.

The Emsella treatment is not painful. Patients may experience tingling and pulling sensations as the pelvic floor muscles contract, which is similar to an intense pelvic workout.

Results can vary depending on the individual. How long the results last will depend on the patient’s lifestyle and health condition. On average, patients find that their results will last 6 months to years after their Emsella series. Patients can come in for maintenance sessions to prolong their results.

Emsella treatments can help patients restore control of the bladder, treat urinary incontinence, and help strengthen pelvic floor muscles to improve their quality of life. The Emsella treatment is a 28 minute, non-invasive procedure where patients remain fully clothed throughout. There is no downtime so patients can return to their regular activities immediately after treatment.

The Emsella patient may be men or women struggling with stress or urge urinary incontinence. Patients may experience urine leakage when laughing, coughing or sneezing. They may also feel a sudden, intense urge to pee. The Emsella patient may seek to streng

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