SAY NO TO INCONTINENCE
A Breakthrough Treatment for Incontinence and Confidence
This unique technology revolutionizes women’s intimate health and wellness by providing those suffering from incontinence with a completely non-invasive option.
What Is Emsella?
EMSELLA is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for incontinence caused by a weakened pelvic floor.
How Does Emsella Work?
Emsella utilizes electromagnetic energy to deliver thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions in a single session. These contractions re-educate the muscles of incontinent patients.
THE SCIENCE: WHY PEOPLE ARE SAYING YES TO EMSELLA
To date, 5 clinical studies have been published on EMSELLA. Studies confirm that 95% of patients report an improved quality of life.
95% Quality of Life 75% pad Reduction
REAL PATIENTS | REAL CONFIDENCE
Tired of the Got-to-Go Feeling?
Pelvic floor muscles are the layer of muscles that support the pelvic organs and span the bottom of the pelvis. Strong pelvic floor muscles give you control over your bladder and bowels. Weakened pelvic floor muscles mean your internal organs are not fully supported and you may have difficulty controlling the release of urine.
Frequently Asked Questions
Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary leakage of urine. There are three different types of urinary incontinence:
- Stress incontinence is when there is exerted pressure on the bladder causing leakage. This can be caused by coughing, laughing, sneezing, or exercising.
- Urge incontinence is the sudden, intense urge to urinate frequently.
- Mixed incontinence is a combination of both stress and urge incontinence.
This might be a result of weak pelvic floor muscles. Pelvic floor muscles play an important role in supporting pelvic organs and controlling continence. Physiological changes can contribute to the development of urinary incontinence — changes such as vaginal delivery, menopause, and aging can decondition pelvic floor muscles.
Emsella is a great option for men and women of any age who desire a solution for urinary incontinence and improvement in their quality of life. Studies confirm that 95% of patients report an improved quality of life.
Your provider will tailor a treatment plan for you. A typical treatment takes about 30 minutes and you will need about 6 sessions, scheduled twice a week.
You will experience tingling and pelvic floor muscle contractions during the procedure. You may resume daily activities immediately after the treatment.
You may observe improvement after a single session. The results will typically continue to improve over the next few weeks.