Emsella: Treatment of Urinary Incontinence

Emsella: Treatment of Urinary Incontinence


EMSELLA is a new, breakthrough treatment for incontinence in women. This device is completely non-surgical, allowing patients to remain fully clothed during treatment.

Let EMSELLA improve your quality of life. Say NO to incontinence.

What Is Emsella?

EMSELLA is a new, non-invasive procedure to treat incontinence. This treatment is FDA cleared to provide non-invasive electromagnetic stimulation of the pelvic floor to strengthen weak muscles. This allows for control of the muscles to help treat urinary incontinence in women.


Am I a Candidate for Emsella?

This treatment is ideal for patients who suffer from urinary incontinence which affects their everyday activities or intimate lift. Women often suffer from a lack of confidence or intimacy due to incontinence but never seek treatment. EMSELLA is the perfect, non-surgical solution. This treatment even allows patients to remain fully clothed!


How Does Emsella Treat Urinary Incontinence?

EMSELLA uses high intensity focused electromagnetic technology which causes deep pelvic floor muscle stimulation. A single session provides thousands of contractions which is extremely effective in treating incontinence. This greatly exceeds any contraction from common exercises such as Kegels.


How Emsella Works

How Many Sessions Are Needed to Treat Incontinence?

Patients should undergo six sessions scheduled twice a week. Patients will return after six months for a follow-up to determine if additional treatments are needed.

Schedule a Consultation

If you are interested in EMSELLA and want to see if you are a good candidate, call 512-328-4100 to schedule a consultation. Our practice serves Austin, TX and surrounding areas.


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