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Emsella: An Effective Way to Treat Urine Incontinence and Overactive Bladder

Many men and women find that they have sudden, uncontrollable urges to or that they wake up many times in the middle of the night to use the bathroom? In addition, some women will also leak urine when they cough, sneeze, laugh, or exercise.? Although this is a very common and embarrassing condition that often is attributed to aging, previously available treatments are not very appealing or successful.

What is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence (UI) is an involuntary loss of urine from the urethra. It occurs due to various underlying physical problems or changes such as stress, obesity, pregnancy, menopause, obstruction, enlarged prostate and even lifestyle choices.  All of these affect the bladder, urethra, and other muscles — including your pelvic floor muscles — which support these organs. Pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that support pelvic organs at the bottom of the pelvis. Strong pelvic floor muscles provide control over bladder and urethra, while weakened pelvic floor muscles affect how the control and release of urine.

What Are the types of Urinary Incontinence?

There are primarily three distinct types of urinary incontinence:

  • Stress incontinence. This occurs due to increased intra-abdominal pressure put on the bladder such as when a person is laughing, sneezing, coughing, or exercising.
  • Urge incontinence. It is the involuntary contraction of the bladder muscles causing the sudden need to urinate and is more commonly referred to as an overactive bladder and is more common in older men and women.
  • Mixed incontinence. This is when a person has both stress and urge incontinence symptoms. Mixed incontinence is more common in older women.

How Does Urinary Incontinence Affect Quality of Life?

Urinary incontinence can have a great impact on a person’s quality of life.  Lack of quality sleep and sleep deprivation from having to frequently get up to urinate at night and recurrent urinary tract infections can occur. Needing to wear support for urine leakage accidents can interfere with your life by causing depression, sexual dysfunction, and social isolation.

Although people often turn to common incontinence aids and bladder leakage solutions, such as incontinence pads, incontinence diapers, incontinence underwear for men and women, the cost of these aids add up in the long term.

New advancements in medical technology now give patients an option for urinary incontinence that is non-surgical and with no downtime.  One such device is the Emsella chair also known as ‘kegel chair’ or kegel throne” and is FDA approved for all three types of urinary incontinence in both men and women.

What is Emsella?

Emsella is a specialized medical chair device that uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to cause deep pelvic floor muscle contractions which then “lifts” these sagging muscles back in the right places.

What Does the Emsella Chair Treatment Feel Like?

Each Emsella treatment is painless and non-invasive and requires no downtime. Even better, patients can remain fully clothed. The Emsella treatment settings are adjusted for each patient’s tolerance Once a session starts, patients experience contractions of pelvic floor muscles and tingling during overactive bladder treatment. Once you are done with your frequent urination treatment, you can easily resume your daily routine immediately.

Does Emsella Chair Really Work?

The Emsella Kegel Chair is the first urine leakage treatment of its kind and is approved by Food and Drug Authority (FDA). Scientific research has proved that Kegel chair can improve urine incontinence symptoms by 95%.

How Long Does Emsella Last?

The effects of the initial six-session treatment can last between 9-12 months. For some patients, doctors may recommend touch-up sessions three or six months after the initial treatment. Because the pelvic floor muscles are in fact, “muscles”, maintenance treatments if and when symptoms reoccur should be expected.

Are There Any Other Benefits with the Emsella Treatment?

The newer Emsella Kegel Chair has different protocols that are currently undergoing FDA clinical trials for sexual function improvement in men and women by increasing blood flow to the penis in men and vagina in women.  ReGen Medical Group has this newer device and so is able to offer this additional “benefit” to patients, but be aware that not all providers of Emsella have this newer model to be able to offer sexual function benefits.

How Much Does Emsella Chair Treatments Cost?

Most places will charge an initial consultation fee of more than $100 and each session treatments run $250-$500 nationally. However, ReGen Medical Group offers a $50 consultation and trial session to see if you are a candidate.  Our pricing for Emsella is significantly lower than any other competitor in the area and will be quoted to you during your free consultation.


This blog has made you familiar with urinary incontinence problems and how you can now treat them with an innovative non-surgical, no downtime treatment option. Since dealing with urinary incontinence can decrease a person’s happiness and self-confidence, regaining control of this common issue will improve your quality of life.

Say No to Urinary Incontinence!


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