31 East Darrah Lane
Lawrence Township, NJ 08648

What is Emsella?

Emsella is a non-invasive medical device that uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology for the treatment of urinary incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction, primarily in women.

How is Emsella intended to be used?

Emsella is designed for individuals seeking relief from urinary incontinence and pelvic floor problems. It’s utilized in clinical settings by a healthcare provider to enhance pelvic muscle strength and function, aiming to alleviate symptoms of urinary incontinence and associated pelvic issues.

How does Emsella work?

Emsella employs High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) therapy to precisely stimulate pelvic floor muscles while the patient remains fully clothed on a specialized chair. This technology induces intense and efficient muscle contractions, surpassing what traditional exercises like Kegels can achieve. These robust contractions, known as supramaximal contractions, strengthen and tone the pelvic floor muscles. Through multiple sessions, these muscles adapt and become more resilient, ultimately improving bladder control and reducing urinary incontinence symptoms.

What are the typical treatment areas?

Emsella primarily treats the pelvic muscles of women.

How is Emsella different from other devices?

Emsella stands out from alternative approaches to urinary incontinence and pelvic floor issues by offering a non-invasive, efficient, and convenient method. It employs targeted electromagnetic stimulation to trigger robust pelvic muscle contractions, surpassing the effectiveness of conventional exercises. Emsella provides tailored treatment plans without the need for recovery periods, distinguishing it from surgical options and offering a practical choice for those seeking relief. The decision between Emsella and other treatments should be guided by individual needs and expert guidance. Some benefits of Emsella include:

  • non-invasive
  • Precise Electromagnetic Stimulation: Emsella utilizes high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to create precise and powerful contractions in the pelvic floor muscles.
  • Enhanced Efficiency: Emsella delivers more effective muscle stimulation when compared to traditional exercises like kegels.
  • Convenience: Emsella treatments are administered with the patient fully clothed in a specialized chair, making them easily accessible and less intimidating.
  • Personalized Treatment Strategies
  • No downtime

How many treatments will I need?

The number of Emsella treatments needed varies from person to person and depends on factors like the severity of the condition and individual response. Typically, a series of about six 30-minute sessions scheduled over a few weeks is recommended. However, the exact number of treatments is determined by a healthcare professional based on your specific situation. It’s important to consult with them for personalized treatment recommendations.

How long is the typical treatment?

The duration of an Emsella treatment typically lasts around 30 minutes.

Is the recovery time long?

There’s no downtime with Emsella, so you can get the treatment, walk out of our office and continue with your day!

Is Emsella considered surgery?

No, Emsella is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment!

What are the potential side effects?

Emsella’s potential side effects may include muscle soreness, temporary discomfort during treatment, and, rarely, minor swelling or redness. Most individuals do not experience these side effects, and they usually self-resolving.

Is the Emsella treatment painful?

Emsella is generally well-tolerated, and doesn’t require anesthesia.

Does Emsella use laser, radiofrequency, or ultrasound energy?

Emsella employs High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to effectively and accurately stimulate and contract the pelvic floor muscles, strengthening and alleviating urinary incontinence and associated pelvic floor issues.

Can I receive Emsella with certain medical conditions?

Emsella treatment may not be suitable for individuals with certain conditions or situations, including metal implants in the pelvic area, pregnancy, or active pelvic infections. A thorough consultation with a healthcare professional is essential to determine if Emsella is a safe and appropriate option based on individual health and medical history.

How do I know whether Emsella Technology is right for me?

If you’re seeking to alleviate urinary incontinence or treat pelvic-floor-related problems, Emsella may be for you! You can consult a qualified medical professional to see if Emsella technology is right for you. Our office is available for consultations at 31 East Darrah Lane, Lawrence Township NJ. To schedule an appointment, call the following number: 609-587-9944

Important Pre-Treatment Instructions

To reduce the chance of any adverse side effects, we recommend doing the following things (unless your physician says otherwise):

  • Notify your provider of any medications, supplements, or topical products you are currently using, as they can offer advice on whether you should temporarily stop using them.
  • Keep the treatment area clean of any substances such as lotion or oils.
  • Follow the precise pre-treatment guidelines given by your healthcare provider to achieve the best outcomes and reduce the risk of potential complications.