A common problem among all ages of women, is urinary incontinence, particularly in middle-aged and older women. 60% of women between the ages of 45 and 55 experienced frequent episodes of urinary incontinence. Also known as bladder control loss, urinary incontinence can occur in a number of ways. These include leaking urine while sneezing or coughing, inability to empty bladder, intense need to urinate more often and the inability to get to the bathroom in time. Urinary incontinence is a symptom caused by a variety of things, such as childbirth, pregnancy, aging, hysterectomy, menopause, and neurological disorders. Luckily, there are many treatment interventions and methods available to women, many of these have side effects, long recovery periods, etc. A noninvasive approach is the Emsella treatment. Its goal is to treat and strengthen the pelvic floor to help improve the quality of life.

During the procedure, the client sits in a special chair that uses electromagnetic technology. This electromagnetic energy is of high intensity, and it is focused on the pelvic floor. This treatment helps to stimulate the muscles, which leads to strength. The therapy also helps to restore the biofeedback loop for control.

Many women are told that to strengthen the area, they should do Kegel exercises. While this is good advice, and Kegels can help strengthen the pelvic floor, it is challenging to do a lot of them correctly and regularly. The Emsella treatment delivers thousands of contractions to the muscles in the area, and a single session is equal to performing over 11,000 Kegel exercises.

During a session, the client sits in the chair, fully clothed, and can read or watch a favorite show. After 30 minutes, the session is complete. During the procedure, the only sensation women normally have is modest tingling and slight muscle contractions. Afterward, there is no recovery time, and normal activities can be resumed right away.