TAKE A SEAT TO URINARY INCONTINENCE
EMSELLA® is a revolutionary new system that harnesses the power of electromagnetic energy to strengthen the pelvic floor muscle. It treats all types of urinary incontinence and even helps improve sexual dysfunction for both men and women.
EMSELLA® stimulates the tightening of muscles that make up the pelvic floor area for the improved function of genitourinary tissue in both men and women.
Expect to see improvement in urinary and sexual dysfunction.
EMSELLA® is a noninvasive, simple therapy that requires only sitting on a chair for 20 min. No unclothing necessary.
EMSELLA® effectively focuses in-depth penetration for stimulation of the entire pelvic floor area.
FDA approved for both men and women. EMSELLA® is a noninvasive, simple therapy that requires only sitting on a chair for 20 min. No unclothing necessary.
EMSELLA® requires a series of treatments and is purchased in a packages depending on the severity of your incontinence or sexual dysfunction.
See results in as soon as 1-2 treatments.
Kegel exercises don’t always effectively isolate and target the right muscles.
Your pelvic floor health is a reflection of your overall core & physical health
Schedule a consult for a customized plan today!
WHERE HEALTH, WELLNESS AND BEAUTY ELEGANTLY MEET
Gem Science is a medical wellness clinic serving the Greater Indianapolis area.
We deliver medical services based on principles of wellness and science to create a renewed & balanced state of health.
Our services are intended to help individuals address issues around their energy, endurance, fitness, nutrition and body needs. Your treatments will be customized to achieve your health goals.
Interested in our core to floor treatment?
A strong pelvic floor, particularly when combined with a strong core, has benefits above and beyond improving urinary incontinence. Our unique Core to Floor approach to strengthening the entire lower abdomen helps to enhance your athletic performance, improve back pain, enhance sexual health and quality of life. We will discuss your options for combining EMSELLA® with abdominal and gluteal muscle strengthening from the EMSCULPT NEO®. If you are interested when we meet, ask about combined EMSCULPT NEO® & EMSELLA® treatment in your initial GEM Science appointment in Indianapolis, IN.
WHAT IS EMSELLA®?
EMSELLA® is an FDA-cleared, non-invasive treatment for urinary incontinence that utilizes high intensity focused electromagnetic stimulation (HIFEM) to strengthen the pelvic floor. Magnetic stimulation has been shown to improve muscle function, and it works by stimulating the muscle to contract deeply and repeatedly. This is the same technology used in Emsculpt. But while Emsculpt strengthens your abdomen or glutes, EMSELLA® strengthens your pelvic floor, simulating the effects of thousands of Kegel exercises.
Woman sitting in EMSELLA® hair for treatment
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT DURING A TREATMENT?
EMSELLA® treatments are non-invasive and have no downtime. Each treatment session lasts for 28 minutes, and we typically recommend a series of 4- 6 treatments performed over the course of 3 weeks for best results. When you visit our office, you will wear loose clothing and will be seated fully clothed on the EMSELLA® chair and will focus on your posture to maximize therapy results. You may even see results after one treatment but will continue to see gradual improvement in symptoms over the following month after your treatment series is complete.
OUR “CORE TO FLOOR” APPROACH TO URINARY INCONTINENCE
A strong pelvic floor, particularly when combined with a strong core, has benefits above and beyond improving urinary incontinence. Our unique Core to Floor approach to strengthening the entire lower abdomen helps to enhance your athletic performance, quality of life, and sexual health. We will discuss your options for combining EMSCULP for with abdominal and gluteal muscle strengthening when we meet with you about your EMSELLA® treatment in your initial appointment.
WHY IS PELVIC MUSCLE FLOOR STRENGTH ASSOCIATED WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE?
The pelvic floor is the bowl shaped group of muscles in the pelvis that supports the pelvic organs, including the bladder. The pelvic floor muscles can weaken over time, due to trauma, or with childbirth, leading to leakage of urine in response to pressure on the bladder from weight gain and hormonal changes. This leakage is known as stress urinary incontinence. Both men and women commonly suffer from it. EMSELLA® can help treat urinary incontinence
WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF URINARY INCONTINENCE?
There are four kinds of urinary incontinence, both of which can compromise your quality of life:
- Stress urinary incontinence can arise at the most inopportune times, such as when coughing, laughing, sneezing, or even exercising. It occurs due to increased abdominal pressure under stressed, weakened pelvic floor muscles.
- Urge incontinence is a sudden, intense urge to urinate that happens frequently. It can be triggered by the sound of running water or arise when you pull into your garage after a long day at work. Urge incontinence occurs due to involuntary contraction of the bladder muscle.
- Overflow incontinence occurs when the bladder is unable to be fully emptied. It is sometimes related to blockage of the urethra and may lead to unexpected occasional leakage.
- Neurogenic incontinence is related to injury of the brain, spinal cords or nerves that feed the bladder and usually results in uncontrollable bladder function. This type of incontinence is likely to resolve with EMSELLA therapy.
EMSELLA® therapy can treat all three types of incontinence in both men and women.
HOW DO I FIND OUT IF I AM A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR EMSELLA®?
You are likely a good candidate for EMSELLA® if you struggle with mild urinary incontinence and/or urgency, whether or not you have already tried other solutions.
To learn if EMSELLA® is a good match for your needs, schedule an appointment with our experienced, highly-qualified providers at GEM SCIENCE in Indianapolis Indiana to discuss your symptoms and treatment options. We are happy to meet with you to discuss your options, whether or not you are ready to begin treatment today.