What is EMSELLA™ ?
11K KEGELS FOR WOMEN
11K MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS FOR MEN
A breakthrough treatment for incontinence and confidence in men and women. The Emsella chair utilizes an FDA-approved treatment called High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Energy (HIFEM®) to engage the abdomen and pelvic floor muscles, causing them to contract rapidly.
These powerful muscle contractions put the muscle tissues under extreme conditions, making your pelvic floor muscles stronger than ever before.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHO IS A CANDIDATE FOR EMSELLA?
Emsella is a great option for women of any age who would like to take control of urinary incontinence and improve the quality of daily life. Emsella has also been approved for men who experience urinary incontinence as well.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS?
The recommended plan consists of 6 sessions of Emsella, scheduled twice a week, and each lasting 30 minutes. Our Emsella providers will work with you to create a custom treatment plan.
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
Many patients see tangible results after a single Emsella session. Results are cumulative and will develop even after your final session. Results will also depend on age, physical condition, and many other aspects.
HOW LONG DO RESULTS LAST?
After the initial 6 session treatments of Emsella, patients can expect results to last 6 months. We recommend patients schedule maintenance treatments to keep up with results, in addition to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Scientific research shows that 95% of treated patients have reported significant improvement in the quality of life. To see this study, click here
HOW DOES THE PROCEDURE FEEL?
IS IT PAINFUL?
Patients report that the procedure is absolutely painless. You will experience a tingling vibration in the pelvic area, but you can sit and relax while on the Emsella. After the treatment, you can continue with any and all life activities. This procedure is notorious for targeting pelvic floor weakness at unrivaled comfort.
QUESTIONNAIRE FOR URINARY INCONTINENCE DIAGNOSIS
None of the time - Rarely - Once in a while
Often - Most of the time - All of the time
Do you leak urine (even small drops), wet yourself or wet your pds or undergarments when you cough or sneeze?
Do you leak urine (even small drops), wet yourself or wet your pads or undergarments when you bend down or lift?
Do you leak urine (even small drops), wet yourself or wet your pads or undergarments when you walk quickly, jog, or excercise?
Do you leak urine (even small drops), wet yourself or wet your pads or undergarments while you are undressing to use the toilet?
Do you get such a stronog and uncomfortable need to urinate that you leak urine (even small drops) or wet yourself before reaching the toilet?
Do you have to rush to the bathroom because you get a sudden, strong need to urinate?
If you answered "often, most of the time, or all the time" to questions 1,2, 3, then you most likely have troublesome stress urinary incontinence and would benefit from evaluation and treatment
If you answered "often, most of the time, or all the time" to questions 4, 5, 6 then you most likely have troublesome overactive bladder or urge urinary incontinence and would benefit from evaluation and treatment.