Emsella Treatment for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

Emsella Treatment Before and After ImageWhat is Emsella?

Emsella stands out as a revolutionary, non-invasive treatment uniquely designed to tackle a range of pelvic floor disorders. These include urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, bladder prolapse, and even erectile dysfunction. By harnessing the power of high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology, Emsella offers a convenient and effective solution for patients to regain control over their pelvic health.

Key Benefits of Emsella

  1. Non-Invasive Treatment: Emsella provides a non-surgical, needle-free solution for pelvic floor disorders, eliminating the need for downtime.
  2. Quick Sessions: Each session lasts only about 30 minutes, making it easy to fit into a busy schedule.
  3. Comfortable Experience: Patients remain fully clothed and sit on the Emsella chair, experiencing mild tingling and pelvic floor muscle contractions.
  4. High Efficacy: Many patients report significant improvements after just a few sessions, with benefits continuing to improve throughout treatment.
  5. Versatile Applications: Emsella effectively treats urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, bladder prolapse, and even erectile dysfunction, making it a comprehensive solution for various pelvic floor issues.

How Does Emsella Work?

Emsella works by using high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles. In each session, the electromagnetic waves induce thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions. These contractions are much stronger than what can be achieved through voluntary exercises like Kegels. This intensive workout strengthens and re-educates the muscles, enhancing their ability to support the pelvic organs and improve bladder and bowel control and sexual health.

Who is an Ideal Candidate for Emsella?

Emsella is suitable for a wide range of patients experiencing pelvic floor disorders. Ideal candidates include:

  • Individuals with Urinary Incontinence: Those struggling with stress, urge, or mixed incontinence.
  • Individuals with Fecal Incontinence: Patients who experience accidental bowel leakage.
  • Women with Bladder Prolapse: Women seeking a non-surgical option to support and strengthen the pelvic floor.
  • Men with Erectile Dysfunction: Men looking for an effective way to improve pelvic floor strength and enhance sexual health.
  • Postpartum Women: Women looking to regain pelvic floor strength after childbirth.
  • Aging Adults: Individuals experiencing weakened pelvic floor muscles due to aging.

How Does Absolute Surgical Specialist Work?

At Absolute Surgical Specialist, we are committed to providing personalized and comprehensive care to our patients. Our process includes:

  1. Consultation: We begin with an in-depth consultation to understand your symptoms and medical history.
  2. Customized Treatment Plan: We develop a tailored Emsella treatment plan to address your specific needs based on the consultation.
  3. Treatment Sessions: Our trained specialists guide you through each Emsella session, ensuring comfort and optimal results.
  4. Follow-Up: We schedule follow-up appointments to monitor progress and make any necessary adjustments to the treatment plan.

Emsella Treatment Cost

The cost of Emsella treatment can vary based on the number of sessions required and individual patient needs. On average, a session can range from $300 to $500. Many patients find that investing in Emsella is a cost-effective solution compared to ongoing expenses related to managing incontinence and other pelvic floor disorders. For an accurate estimate tailored to your situation, please get in touch with Absolute Surgical Specialist for a consultation.

Find Emsella Near Me

If you’re seeking a non-invasive, effective solution for urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, bladder prolapse, or erectile dysfunction, Emsella may be the answer. Contact Absolute Surgical Specialist today to schedule a consultation and discover how Emsella can help you regain control and improve your quality of life.

Reclaim your confidence and comfort with Emsella – a transformative solution for pelvic floor health

Frequently Asked Questions About Incontinence and Emsella

1. What is incontinence? 

Incontinence is the inability to control bladder or bowel functions, resulting in involuntary leakage of urine or feces. It can significantly impact daily life and can be caused by various factors, including weakened pelvic floor muscles, childbirth, aging, and certain medical conditions.

2. How can I treat my incontinence? 

Incontinence can be treated through lifestyle changes, pelvic floor exercises, medications, and non-invasive treatments like Emsella. Emsella uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, offering an effective solution for many people.

3. What does an Emsella treatment feel like? 

During an Emsella treatment, you will sit fully clothed on the Emsella chair. You will feel mild tingling and intense pelvic floor muscle contractions. The sensations are typically well-tolerated and not painful.

4. How fast will I see results from Emsella treatments?


 Many patients notice improvements after the first session, and enhancement continues over the course of the treatment plan. Optimal results are usually achieved after completing the recommended series of sessions.

5. Is Emsella covered by insurance? 

Insurance coverage for Emsella varies. You must check with your insurance provider to determine if the treatment is covered under your plan.

6. Does Emsella work? 

Emsella has been clinically proven effective in treating urinary and fecal incontinence and improving pelvic floor strength. Many patients report significant improvements in their symptoms.

7. Is BTL Emsella covered by insurance? 

BTL Emsella coverage by insurance varies depending on the provider and the specific insurance plan. It is recommended that you verify coverage with your insurance company.

8. Can Emsella make incontinence worse? 

Emsella is designed to improve incontinence by strengthening pelvic floor muscles. It is a safe and FDA-cleared treatment. However, individual responses may vary, and following the treatment plan provided by your healthcare provider is essential.

9. Can you do Emsella on your period? 

Yes, you can undergo Emsella treatment during your period. It is generally safe, but if you have any concerns, it is best to discuss them with your healthcare provider.

10. Does Emsella help with prolapse? 

Yes, Emsella can help with bladder prolapse by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles, which provide better support to the pelvic organs.

11. Does Emsella make you tighter? 

Emsella can help improve muscle tone and strength in the pelvic floor, which may increase tightness and better support for pelvic organs.

12. How long do Emsella’s results last? 

The duration of Emsella results varies among individuals. Many patients experience long-lasting improvements, but maintenance sessions may be recommended to sustain optimal results.

13. How long does Emsella’s treatment last? 

Each Emsella treatment session lasts about 30 minutes. The number of sessions required will depend on individual needs and treatment goals.

14. How many Emsella sessions do I need? 

Typically, patients undergo a series of 6 sessions over a few weeks to achieve the best results. The sessions required will be determined during your consultation based on your specific condition and goals.