Stop Incontinence with Emsella

Emsella is a revolutionary, non-invasive treatment for people who suffer from urinary incontinence (UI). This treatment is perfect for those who struggle with urge incontinence (the sudden need to urinate before involuntarily urinating) or stress incontinence (urinary leakage) or both.

While many people are too embarrassed to talk about UI, it is a common problem among women. Surveys show that 1/3 of American women struggle with urinary retention issues. For these women, Emsella offers women an effective, non-surgical way to achieve relief.
This treatment is done while the patient is comfortable, sitting fully clothed on an ergonomic chair. The chair, also known as the “Kegel throne,” utilizes electromagnetic technology to stimulate the muscles of the pelvic floor. One session lasts just 30 minutes, and it is entirely painless for patients.

Jandali Plastic Surgery is a leading Emsella provider specializing in non-invasive treatments for women’s intimate health and wellness. They are proud to serve patients in the Trumbull, CT area. Learn more about Emsella and discover if it is right for you by scheduling a consultation with our expert treatment staff. Call us at 203-290-2940 today.
 

Benefits of Emsella at Jandali Plastic Surgery

  • Non-invasive urinary incontinence solution
  • FDA cleared to improve urinary incontinence + vaginal laxity
  • Strengthens vaginal walls and pelvic muscles
  • Thousands of supramaximal muscle contractions in one session
  • No downtime required
  • Stimulates the entire pelvic floor
  • Patients remain fully clothed for the treatment
  • 95% patient satisfaction*¹
  • 75% elimination or reduction of pad use*¹
  • Tightens muscles for increased sexual satisfaction¹

What Causes Incontinence?

For women, the leading causes of UI include vaginal childbirth, aging, and menopause. When you urinate, muscles' contraction forces urine out of the bladder and down into the urethra. Simultaneously, the sphincter muscles around the urethra relax and release the urine. Incontinence results when the muscles or nerves aiding in the release of urine become damaged.

There are two common types of UI:

  1. Stress Incontinence
  2. Urge Incontinence

Stress Incontinence

Stress Incontinence is the most common type of urinary incontinence. It refers to urine leakage during exertion or movement, i.e., laughing, sneezing, coughing, or jumping. Stress Incontinence occurs results when tissues that support the bladder become stretched or weak (typically due to vaginal childbirth or menopause.) This damage allows the bladder to exert pressure downward on the sphincter muscles that keep the urethra closed. This prevents the muscles from shutting tightly.

To improve stress incontinence, doctors recommend strengthening the muscles and tissue that reinforce the bladder.


Urge Incontinence

Urge Incontinence refers to a sudden “urge” to urinate. This feeling comes right before experiencing involuntary loss of urine. Urge Incontinence results when abnormal nerve signals force muscles within the bladder to contract. Urinary retention is compromised when the overactive muscles in the bladder overpower the sphincter muscles responsible for closing the urethra.

Like stress incontinence, urge incontinence can be reduced by strengthening the muscles that support the bladder.

Pelvic floor exercises, commonly known to as Kegels, which strengthen the muscles and tissue that support the bladder, are the most prescribed treatment for improving urinary incontinence.

How Does Emsella Work?

Emsella is the first device of its kind to achieve FDA clearance to treat UI and vaginal laxity. Emsella is an ergonomic chair that utilizes High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology.

During the treatment, patients  stay in their clothes as they sit on the chair. Electromagnetic energy penetrates the pelvic floor, activating neurons signaling the pelvic muscles to contract. One 30-minute treatment induces more than 11,000 supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions, equaling 11,000 Kegels.

Emsella helps strengthen the pelvic floor, tighten the vaginal wall, and rebuild the tissues that support the pelvic organs. This leads to a reduction in urge and stress incontinence, better urine retention, and as a bonus, increased sexual satisfaction.

Emsella for Men

Jandali Plastic Surgery is also a sexual wellness center helping both men and women see excellent improvements in their sexual satisfaction. While Emsella is a treatment primarily used to improve the lives of women, it can also significantly benefit men who struggle with erectile dysfunction and experience premature ejaculation.


These struggles can not only significantly hinder a man’s quality of life, but it can also limit his sexual satisfaction. Emsella may improve blood flow to the penis by strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor.

Emsella Results*

As with any medical treatment, patient results will vary.* However, many  patients see an improvement in bladder control after just one treatment. For most patients, the average treatment plan includes 6 sessions, with two held weekly for 3 weeks.
Research shows that 95% of patients who followed the average protocol reported an improvement in quality of life after just 3 weeks of treatment, and that two thirds of the patients completely eliminated or reduced their need for pads to catch leakage. ¹*

How Much Does Emsella Cost?

Emsella cost varies depending on different factors, such as the number of sessions needed in a treatment protocol. The best way to get a specific price is to schedule a complimentary consultation with Jandali Plastic Surgery. During the consultation, costs will be discussed in detail. If this treatment is right for you, our staff can personalize a treatment plan to fit your budget.


Emsella Near Me

If you are struggling with Urinary Incontinence, contact Jandali Plastic Surgery to begin your road to full bladder control. Call us at 203-290-2940 to schedule your consultation or reach out to us online.

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