Emsella Chair

What is Emsella Chair?

Emsella chair is a powerfully effective treatment for women of any age who have lost control over urination. It is effective for the stimulation of the pelvic floor muscles using High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Technology (HIFEM). A single session of emsella chair causes thousands of contractions per session, which is what causes the pelvic floor to strengthen in incontinent patients. The session is non-invasive, takes only 30 minutes, and is done comfortably fully clothed while reading a book or a magazine.


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How It Works?

Requiring no preparation, Emsella is an FDA-approved non-surgical procedure for Stress Urinary Incontinence. This state of the art technology allows you to feel completely comfortable fully clothed in the chair, without risky or painful procedures. While you are seated, electromagnetic technology is directed towards the pelvic floor and stimulates the muscles, causing thousands of contractions. These contractions promote muscle strength and muscle growth, both essential factors in supporting the improvement of pelvic organ function. When the pelvic floor muscles begin to strengthen and tighten, sexual satisfaction will improve, and your control over your bladder will once again be restored.

What to Expect?

Emsella is a non-invasive, gentle, FDA-approved treatment which almost always requires no preparation. Each treatment is 30 minutes and provokes thousands of contractions equivalent to 11,200 Kegel exercises! Although the number of treatments required for significant improvement will vary from treatment to treatment, your physician will customize a plan based on your unique situation and the level of improvement you would like to achieve. During treatment, there may be mild tingling of the pelvic floor muscles – this is normal and is due to the contractions being provoked.

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