EmSella is a non-surgical and non-invasive treatment for stress or urges urinary incontinence in both men and women. Because of pregnancy and childbirth, women experience more stress on the pelvic floor muscles earlier in life. In fact, according to the American Urological Association, an estimated 30-50 percent of females experience significant urinary incontinence, which only gets worse with age. According to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, over the next 30 years, more than 40 million American women will experience urinary incontinence.
- 1 What Does EmSella Help With?
- 2 How does the chair work?
- 3 Benefits
- 4 Features of the Kegel Throne
- 5 Who is not a candidate for The Kegel Throne?
- 6 FAQs
What Does EmSella Help With?
How does the chair work?
This device is a game-changer in the rehabilitation of the pelvic floor for men and women. Using High-intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology (HIFEM), EmSella creates thousands of muscle contractions in the pelvic floor. You sit comfortably in a chair with all your clothes on! The device is essentially a chair that you sit on for about 30 minutes per session or a total of six sessions. You are asked to sit, read magazines, watch movies, or do work in your own private room, while the chair works its magic! This increases the health and function of the organs of the pelvis!
It is no wonder that men and women are both excited about the improved blood flow and function of their pelvic area with this non-invasive powerful treatment.
Pelvic floor exercises such as Kegels are recommended to men and women suffering from stress incontinence or difficulty regaining control of their bladder, but they can be time-consuming and the process of strengthening the pelvic floor with these exercises is a long one. Unfortunately, the majority of people do not know how to properly do Kegel exercises even with instructions.
The EmSella Chair is a non-surgical and non-invasive treatment device for urinary incontinence in both men and women. Pregnancy and childbirth, women experience more stress on the pelvic floor muscles earlier in life. In fact, according to the American Urological Association, an estimated 30-50 percent of females experience significant urinary incontinence, which only gets worse with age.
1. COMPLETELY NON-INVASIVE
Using the Emsella treatment is a completely non-surgical and non-invasive procedure. This means no cutting, no sharp instruments and no recovery time.
2. A DIGNIFIED EXPERIENCE
You won’t even need to take off your clothes or change into embarrassing and revealing gowns.
3. MINIMUM DISRUPTION
You have a busy schedule. We respect that. All we ask is for 30 minutes, 2x/week for 3 weeks.
4. NO PAIN
The beauty of a non-surgical incontinence solution, is that there is no pain involved. You’ll feel a tingling sensation in your pelvic floor along with muscle contractions. As soon as you finish the treatment, the tingling will stop, and you can go about the rest of your day as normal.
Clinical research shows 95 percent of patients reported significant improvement in their quality of life. More than two-thirds report becoming dry or using significantly fewer pads.
Features of the Kegel Throne
- Backed by science
- Treats the entire pelvic floor
- Effective: 95% patient satisfaction
- You remain fully clothed
- No anesthesia
- No ionizing radiation
- No implanted parts
- No down-time
- Safe for all skin types
- Safe in men and women
- Efficient with only 30 minutes of treatment time
Who is not a candidate for The Kegel Throne?
- Not suitable for patients with metal implants
- Not suitable for women with metal IUDs
Is EmSella FDA approved?
EmSella is a totally non-invasive and FDA-approved option driven by the HIFEM technology. It’s based on high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology (HIFEM) that rehabs muscles in the areas of the pelvic floor, adding health and better function of the pelvic area.
Who Is The Right Candidate For BTL EmSella?
Men and Women who want improved blood flow and function of the pelvic area without surgery, anesthesia or invasive means.
How Long Is The Treatment? How Many Sessions Do I Need?
Each session will last 30 minutes, and on average most patients will need 6 treatments total, scheduled twice a week (for three weeks). Some patients benefit from additional treatments based on their anatomy and physiology.
What Does The Procedure Feel Like? Is It Painful?
You will experience powerful contractions in the pelvic floor with tingling. Imaging squeezing down there over and over with high intensity.
How Fast Will I See Results?
Because EmSella rehabs your own pelvic floor, you need time for the body to strengthen the muscles in response to the treatment. Some patients begin to note some improvement with one session, while others see their gains after the third week. Each individuals’ body is different, as are the results.