The Emsella Chair—A Breakthrough Treatment for Incontinence
The involuntary leakage of urine (urinary incontinence) affects women of all ages, and up to 40% of women over age 30. Urinary incontinence is more common in women following childbirth and menopause, due to weakening of the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is a network of muscles which form a sling-like support for the lower pelvic organs. The Emsella chair uses noninvasive electromagnetic energy to produce supramaximal contractions of the pelvic floor muscles—the equivalent of 11,000 Kegels in 28 minutes! This results in strengthening and increased tone of the pelvic floor muscles and decreases episodes of incontinence.
- Weak pelvic floor muscles provide poor support to pelvic organs, resulting in incontinence.
- Emsella treatments strengthen the entire pelvic floor.
- Strengthening and increased tone of the pelvic floor provides support to pelvic organs and reduces incontinence.
Four clinical studies support the effectiveness of the Emsella chair for treatment of urinary incontinence. The reported patient satisfaction rate is 95%. In one study, 50% of participants reported complete resolution of their incontinence. An additional clinical study evaluated improvements in female sexual function following treatment with the Emsella chair and 100% of study participants reported improvement at 3 months (which is why it’s also known as the ‘orgasm throne’ ladies).
The Emsella chair is FDA and Health Canada approved for the treatment of female and male urinary incontinence. Treatment consists of two sessions per week for three weeks, for a total of 6 sessions. Each session lasts about 30 minutes. During the treatment you feel intense, but comfortable, muscle contractions and there is no need to undress! You may resume normal activities immediately following the treatment.