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Emsella Urinary Incontinence Treatment

Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor and Stop Stress Incontinence

The BTL EMSELLA Chair is a non-surgical, noninvasive treatment for urinary incontinence in women and men. This safe and effective device is FDA-cleared to strengthen a weakened pelvic floor. If you experience bladder leakage, loss of bladder control or frequent bathroom trips EMSELLA might be the solution.


Strengthen + Tighten Pelvic Floor

BTL EMSELLA uses electromagnetic energy to stimulate pelvic floor muscles via high frequency contractions. Akin to performing hyper-fast exercises, these contractions strengthen and tighten the loose pelvic floor to restore neuromuscular control to the bladder and surrounding area.

BTL Urinary Incontinence Before and After Pelvic Floor Treatment Graphic

Let the Chair Do the Work

During treatment you sit comfortably, relaxed and fully clothed in the the EMSELLA chair as it delivers thousands of Kegel-like contractions with little effort on your part. A single session lasts 28 minutes. Many patients spend this time reading a book or checking their phone.

BTL Emsella Chair Pelvic Floor Treatment Patient Positioning

Can EMSELLA Help You?

Do You Suffer from Incontinence?

If you answer "yes" to any of the following you are probably suffering from stress incontinence and could benefit from treatment using the BTL EMSELLA chair.

  1. Do you need to go the bathroom often?
  2. Do you feel vaginal laxity (sensation of looseness)?
  3. Do you feel sudden, intense urges to pee?
  4. Does urine leak when you laugh, cough, sneeze or exercise?

What Causes Incontinence

The most common cause of urinary incontinence in men and women is a weakened pelvic floor. The pelvic floor can weaken for any of the following reasons:

  • During or after pregnancy
  • Aging
  • Menopause
  • Prostrate surgery

In order to improve symptoms and regain bladder control you must strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.

Benefits of EMSELLA

The benefits from treating urinary incontinence with the BTL EMSELLA chair include:

  • Repair and tighten pelvic floor without exercise
  • Regain bladder control
  • Improve sexual satisfaction and the ability to achieve orgasm

You remain fully clothed during treatment, it lasts less than 30 minutes, there's no pain, no recovery time, and you may see immediate results after a single session.

Incontinence is Common. The Solution is Easy

Experiencing involuntary bladder leakage is a common symptom, with urinary incontinence affecting 1 in 4 women. BTL EMSELLA is a great option for women of any age who desire a noninvasive solution for urinary incontinence. All you have to do is take a seat.

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What to know

When will I see results?

A single treatment session using ESMELLA takes 28 minutes. Patients often see improvements after a single session. Results will continue to improve over the next few weeks. For some, a single session is all they will need. For most, an optimal treatment plan would include six sessions, scheduled twice a week for the best results.

Who shouldn't use EMSELLA

People who are pregnant, have metal implants, or have tumors or heart disorders should not use the BTL EMSELLA chair to treat urinary incontinence.

Is EMSELLA the same as Kegels?

Kegels are one way to treat a weak pelvic floor. Also known as "pelvic floor exercises," they are performed by squeezing the pelvic floor for 3 second (as if you were holding in pee), releasing and repeating. While effective, Kegels require effort and continued commitment to deliver results. The BTL EMSELLA chair provide the same results faster with much less effort on your part. A single EMSELLA session is equivalent to doing over 10,000 Kegels.

What is a pelvic floor?

The pelvic floor is the bowl-shaped muscles in the pelvic area that support pelvic organs, including the uterus, bladder and rectum. The pelvic floor muscles serve to prevent incontinence of bladder and bowel, prevent prolapse (the bulging or falling out of uterus or rectum) and aid in sexual function.

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