EMSELLA is a procedure that utilises electromagnetic energy, at a high frequency, to cause pelvic floor muscle stimulation completely non-invasively. Like the contractions you perform when doing a Kegel exercise.
What makes this treatment effective is the in-depth penetration and stimulation of the entire pelvic floor area. A single session brings you thousands of intense contractions that you would not be able to do on your own. These contractions are very helpful when it comes to muscle strengthening and re-education.
One of the more surprising aspects of an EMSELLA treatment, is that you will be completely clothed during the procedure, though we recommended loosely fitted clothing to help achieve best positioning during treatment. This positioning will involve you sitting straight In the EMSELLA chair, feet on the floor, with your pelvic area closest to the centre of the chair. You’ll be asked to keep your spine straight, and to relax your hands and thighs.
When the treatment starts you will feel slight tingling and vibrations in your pelvic floor muscles that will then turn into full contractions. This will be completely comfortable and tolerable. If not, please let your healthcare provider know and they will adjust accordingly, as the intensity can be controlled adjusted to your comfort levels.
A treatment will take 28 minutes in total, and we’d encourage you to take this 28-minute session to relax, read a magazine, or watch some programming on your phone. You will be able to return to normal activities immediately after the treatment is completed.
OF NOTE : Jewellery, belts, cards, coins, wallet, and watches should be removed before treatment. Also keep phones and other electronics away from the device. Wearing comfortable clothing, nothing too tight that will prevent correct positioning.
Scientific research shows that 95% of incontinent patients reported significant improvement in day-to-day life and 85% improvement was observed in overall intimate satisfaction.
Because of the non-invasive nature of this procedure, you can have this procedure more often than others. Some people will pursue treatments once a week until they have obtained their desired results. Each person will be different, depending on their goals, and you can discuss with our team a treatment plan to achieve your desired outcome.
Potential rebates might be available if the procedure is deemed medically necessary by relevant health authorities. Conditions for this include providing evidence supporting the medical necessity of the procedure and a referral from a healthcare professional. Your private health insurance may also provide coverage, so it’s essential to discuss this with your provider.