Curing incontinence has never been easier with the Emsella! Simply sit, fully clothed on the Emsella device as thousands of electromagnetic muscle stimulations are painlessly delivered to your pelvic floor.
The Emsella is like kegels on steroids so within a series of treatments, your pelvic floor will regain its strength and will be a lot stronger so that you can get back to all the activities that you enjoy!
BTL Emsella is a completely non-invasive, highly focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) stimulation chair that treats urinary stress incontinence by lifting and strengthening the weakened muscles of the pelvic floor. There is no radiation; it is more like the energy field used in MRI. Safe and effective, it is FDA-cleared and has a 94% success rate for satisfaction in the clinical trials. It can also treat urinary frequency and nocturia.
Who is a good candidate for the Emsella treatments?
Women and men who are experiencing distressing urinary symptoms and wish to have a completely non-invasive, non-surgical option to improve their symptoms and avoid or delay possible surgery. Anyone with a pacemaker or defibrillator should avoid this treatment.
What is stress incontinence?
Stress incontinence is the unintentional passage of urine that may occur with coughing, laughing, cold temperatures, shock, anger, repetitive movements such as with horseback riding, intercourse and other activities. It is often the result of weakened pelvic floor muscles which allows the bladder, uterus and vagina to droop. These changes are often due to increased age, childbirth and menopause.
Is there any other non-surgical treatment for stress incontinence?
The age-old advise for these symptoms is to perform frequent and repetitive kegels. By comparison, a single 28 minute treatment in the Emsella chair provides over 12,000 stimulations to all the muscles of the pelvic floor to strengthen them and increase circulation to the tissues. It is done as a series of 6 treatments, each 28 minutes duration.
Do I have to undress to do the Emsella treatments?
No, the treatments are done while you are fully dressed in comfortable, loose clothing.