Emsella is a medical device that utilizes electromagnetic technology to address a number of issues including pelvic floor muscle weakness, an overactive bladder, and incontinence (which comes in many forms such as from stress or physical activity).
As we age and or experience childbirth, our pelvic floor muscles (PFMs) tend to relax and weaken leading to these naturally occurring issues such as incontinence and sexual dysfunction. If you are someone who has experienced some of these issues, know that you are not alone! More than 200 million worldwide suffer from the same issues.
However, all of these conditions are treatable! Emsella offers a highly effective, safe, and proven method to strengthen your PFMs (pelvic floor muscles), the weakness of which is most often the root cause of numerous issues.
What It Treats:
- Pelvic Floor Muscle Weakness
- Overactive Bladder
- Sexual Dysfunction
30 minutes per treatment session
- A series of 6 sessions is recommended
- An example of the ideal treatment series would be 2-3 sessions per week over the course of 4 weeks
- The first sessions will start off at a lower intensity before beginning the normal procedure intensity in order to ensure comfort
- Maintenance: following the first treatment series of 6 sessions should be one series every year (in order to maintain really strong pelvic floor muscles)
Recovery Time & Side Effects:
- Recovery Time: No Downtime!
- Common Side Effects: Side effects may include tingling or a light pulsing sensation from the pelvic area during treatment, but will disappear after the procedure ends
- Rare Side Effects: Bruising or redness rarely occur, however if it does, these side effects will last at most for a few days.
- Original price: $500 per Session
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*Individual Results may vary depending on severity of condition and response
*Clinical research studies show that 95% of people who have received Emsella treatments have undergone significant improvement
- Improved Bladder Control
- Stronger Pelvic Floor Muscles
- Enhanced Quality of Life
- Reduced Urgency
- Improved Sexual Function
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How Does Emsella Work?
Emsella works by utilizing high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to deliver electromagnetic pulses to the pelvic floor muscles. These pulses stimulate the muscles to contract and relax rapidly and repeatedly, effectively strengthening the pelvic floor. The treatment helps improve muscle tone and can lead to better bladder control, making it an effective solution for urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorders. Patients typically sit fully clothed on the Emsella chair during treatment sessions, which are non-invasive and require no downtime.
Am I a Candidate for Emsella?
Almost everyone is a candidate for Emsella. If you are pregnant or have metal implants in your body Emsella may not be right for you. However, it is best to be cleared by our provider before any procedure in order to make sure each client experiences the greatest comfort and achieves the best results!
What Does Emsella Therapy Feel Like?
During an Emsella treatment session, you may feel a sensation of tingling, pulsing, or little discomfort in the pelvic area as the electromagnetic pulses stimulate your pelvic floor muscles. This sensation is generally well-tolerated, and most patients find it manageable. The intensity of the sensation can be adjusted to your comfort level to avoid discomfort by our technicians at Nob Hill Aesthetics.
What is the downside to Emsella?
While Emsella is generally considered safe and effective for many individuals, there are some potential downsides to consider. Results can vary from person to person, and not everyone may experience the same level of improvement in symptoms. For some individuals, maintenance sessions may be required to sustain the benefits of Emsella over the long term. Some patients may experience temporary discomfort or mild sensations during treatment sessions, although these are typically well-tolerated.
What precautions should be taken during Emsella?
- Clothing: Wear comfortable clothing, but avoid clothing with metal zippers or buttons, as these can interfere with the electromagnetic pulses.
- Hydration: Stay adequately hydrated before and after the procedure to help with muscle contractions.
- Empty Bladder: It's generally recommended to empty your bladder before the session to ensure comfort during treatment.
- Communication: Maintain open communication with the healthcare provider administering the treatment, informing them of any discomfort or concerns during the session.
- Health History: Provide a thorough medical history to your healthcare provider, including any medical conditions or implanted devices, to ensure safety and suitability for the procedure.
What is the success rate of Emsella?
In the clinical studies, success is often measured in terms of symptom improvement and patient satisfaction rather than a specific percentage. However, many have presented data that 95% of patients have reported feeling satisfied by the improvement.* Results will vary by individual.
What is the downside to Emsella?
While Emsella is generally considered a safe and effective treatment for pelvic floor disorders, there are some potential downsides to consider:
- Cost: Emsella treatment can be relatively expensive, and it may not be covered by insurance, making it financially inaccessible for some individuals.
- Varied Results: Results can vary from person to person, and not everyone may experience the same level of improvement in symptoms.
- Maintenance: Some individuals may require periodic maintenance sessions to sustain the benefits of Emsella over the long term, which can add to the overall cost and time commitment.
- Not for Everyone: Emsella may not be suitable for pregnant individuals, those with certain medical conditions, or individuals with implanted electrical devices, so eligibility can be limited for some individuals.
- Temporary Discomfort: Some patients may experience temporary discomfort or mild sensations during treatment sessions, although these are generally well-tolerated.
Is Emsella Safe?
Emsella is considered a safe and well-tolerated treatment for pelvic floor disorders, particularly urinary incontinence. It is non-invasive and does not require anesthesia or incisions, reducing the risk of complications
How Soon Will I See Results From My Emsella Procedure?
The timeline for when you will start to see results from your series of Emsella treatments can vary depending on factors such as the specific condition being treated, its severity, and your individual response to the therapy. Some individuals may begin to notice improvements after just a few sessions, while others may take several weeks of treatment to experience significant changes. It's important to remain patient and adhere to the recommended treatment plan, as results tend to accumulate over time, with many individuals reporting a gradual reduction in symptoms and improved bladder control as they progress through their sessions. Your healthcare provider can provide more specific guidance based on your unique situation and goals.