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EMSELLA: A Noninvasive Incontinence Treatment Option

If you experience bladder leakage, you’re not alone. According to the National Association for Incontinence, more than 25 million individuals in the United States experience some form of bladder leakage every day. Women are more susceptible to the ailment due to weakened bladder and pelvic muscles, often as a result of childbirth, menopause or the natural aging process. Whether you experience a sudden urge to urinate before involuntarily urinating, an involuntary leakage, or both, we are proud to offer a noninvasive treatment option in our Westfield office: EMSELLA (TM).

How does EMSELLA Work?

Essentially an ergonomic chair, EMSELLA uses a high-intensity electromagnetic field to stimulate muscles in the pelvic floor during each seated treatment session. Approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and similar to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology, EMSELLA affords a noninvasive, outpatient treatment.

Patients undergoing EMSELLA treatment should expect to feel stimulation and muscle contractions during each session. These sensations contribute to muscle re-education and strengthening of the pelvic floor.

Results are typically achieved after a series of six, twice-weekly, 28-minute treatments, although results vary. We work with each patient to personalize a plan.

See how it works and hear from patients in this video.

Am I a candidate?

1. Do you leak urine when you cough, sneeze or engage in sports activities?

2. Do you require frequent trips to the bathroom?

3. Have you refrained from intimate life out of fear or insecurity?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you likely are experiencing some form of incontinence and may benefit from EMSELLA treatment. Please contact us to schedule a consultation.