Discover the pelvic-floor-boosting power of the Emsella Chair.
What Is Emsella?
Emsella is a painless, non-invasive treatment designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, with results experienced after just one session.
How Does It Work?
The revolutionary Emsella Chair uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy (HIFEM) to rapidly connect and improve pelvic floor strength.
What Conditions Can
Emsella Help With?
Emsella is a breakthrough treatment that can help with a wide range of health conditions in men and women. From incontinence to sexual dysfunction, Emsella can help you break free of the pain and discomfort caused by a weak pelvic floor, so you can move forward with more confidence.
Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is the involuntary loss of urine as a result of increased intra-abdominal pressure due to effort or exertion (such as sneezing/coughing). SUI is associated with weakness in the pelvic floor muscles, impeding their ability to fully close the urethra under periods of increased pressure. The Emsella Chair boosts the performance and activity of the pelvic floor muscles, alongside your individualised training, program to help you achieve results faster.
Urge urinary incontinence is an involuntary leakage of urine accompanied by a sense of urinary urgency. As with any form of incontinence, urge urinary incontinence is usually related to weak pelvic floor muscles which make it difficult for the muscles to hold on as long. The Emsella Chair targets the pelvic floor muscles. By providing contractions that are stronger than what you can achieve with pelvic floor training alone, you can see results much faster.
Radical prostatectomy is the gold standard treatment for prostate cancer in Australia. However, this operation can result in urinary incontinence in men. The Emsella Chair has been shown to not only increase strength in the pelvic floor muscles but also improve the mind-body connection, enhancing outcomes and accuracy with a home training program.
While erectile dysfunction is a common condition, it can be a source of embarrassment and frustration for men. Luckily, Emsella offers a non-invasive solution to improve sexual function, response and performance. Male pelvic floor dysfunction has been associated with erectile, ejaculation and orgasm dysfunction. Emsella can quickly boost pelvic floor muscle activity in ways which cannot be achieved through isolated pelvic floor muscle contractions alone.
After giving birth, many women experience weakening or stretching of the pelvic floor muscles. This can lead to a wide range of pelvic-related health conditions, including poor bladder control, organ prolapse, or pain and discomfort in this area. Emsella can help postnatal women to regain strength in their pelvic floor muscles, enabling them to achieve better health outcomes and avoid further problems and complications down the line.
Is There a Problem With Your Pelvic Floor?
Here are some common signs that may indicate you have weak pelvic floor muscles or a problem in this area:
- Involuntarily leaking urine when you exercise, laugh, cough or sneeze
- A frequent need to get to the toilet quickly (or not getting there in time)
- Constantly needing to go to the toilet
- Difficulty emptying your bladder or bowel
- Loss of control of your bladder or bowel
- Involuntary flatulence
- A prolapse:
- In women, this may be noticed as a bulge in the vagina or a feeling of heaviness, discomfort, pulling, dragging or dropping in this area
- In men, this may be felt as a bulge in the rectum or a feeling of wanting to empty the bowels without actually needing to
- Pain in the pelvic area
- Pain during sexual intercourse
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, make an appointment with Sydney Pelvic Clinic. We can assess your pelvic floor and determine a suitable treatment plan, which may include Emsella sessions.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to find the answers, or call our friendly reception team on (02) 9387 4444 during clinic open hours.
Emsella is a great option for women and men seeking to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles.
To determine whether Emsella is the right course of action for you, we’ll start by conducting a physio assessment. If we identify that you have a weak pelvic floor or would benefit from strengthening this area, we’ll advise you on how to get started with Emsella.
A typical session in the Emsella chair takes 28 minutes. Most people will need around six sessions, which will be scheduled twice a week.
Emsella is non-invasive and pain-free. You’ll simply experience some tingling and pelvic floor muscle contractions during the procedure.
The good news is, you can resume your usual daily activities immediately after your treatment.
Emsella can give you noticeable results after a single session. Improvements will generally continue over the next few weeks.
To begin with, one of our physios will need to assess you so we can check whether Emsella is a suitable treatment option for you. Make an appointment with Sydney Pelvic Clinic and chat to our friendly team about Emsella.