Emsella high-intensity electromagnetic therapy chair is possibly the greatest technological advancement in the non-invasive treatment of urinary incontinence. There is no longer any need for the female patient to undress or be probed intravaginally or stimulated with an electrical probe. There is no longer a need to go to pelvic floor disorder clinics for months on end only to notice a 50 to 60% improvement in the quality of life.
Emsella allows the woman to sit on the electromagnetic chair for 28 minutes per treatment, two treatments per week for a total of three weeks. Each 28-minute session gives the woman 11,000 supramaximal contractions of the pelvic floor. Imagine telling a patient to perform 11,000 Kegel exercises a day!? Emsella is FDA-cleared for the treatment of urinary stress incontinence. What has been remarkable is the 94% satisfaction rate with Emsella by patients. Even more interesting is that many patients with urge incontinence and overactive bladders are also reporting benefits by undergoing therapy with the Emsella chair.
Dr. Berenholz was the first physician in the united states to perform Emsella therapy as well as to publish the first research literature on the quality of life results from Emsella high-intensity electromagnetic therapy.
The cost is $1500 for two (2) therapy sessions a week for a total of six (6) sessions. Emsella treatments are not covered by insurance.