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Emsella is a non-surgical procedure that alleviates the symptoms of urinary incontinence. It effectively improves both urge incontinence (the sudden need to urinate before accidentally urinating) and stress incontinence (urinary leakage during exertion or movement.) Emsella is entirely non-invasive. Patients stay completely clothed while sitting comfortably on the treatment chair. Nicknamed the “Kegel-throne,” the chair stimulates the pelvic floor with electromagnetic energy. A single, 30-minute treatment stimulates the equivalent of 11,000 Kegels, which significantly strengthens the muscles that control urinary retention. This makes Emsella ideal for women wanting to improve urinary incontinence without surgery or downtime.


  • Naturally improves urinary incontinence
  • Stimulates 11,000 supramaximal contractions (Kegels)
  • Strengthens pelvic floor + tightens vaginal wall
  • Improves vaginal laxity for increased sexual satisfaction¹
  • No surgery or downtime
  • FDA cleared + scientifically proven
  • A non-invasive, 30-minute treatment
  • High patient satisfaction rate


With 33% of women complaining of some form of urinary incontinence, bladder retention is a common concern that affects a person’s confidence and standard of living.

Urination requires muscles to both contract (or tighten) and relax. These muscles are controlled by nerves that send signals telling the tissues to relax or contract. Urine is pushed out of the bladder and down the urethra via muscle contractions. At the same time, sphincter muscles in the urethra relax, allowing the urethra to open and release the urine.

Urinary incontinence results when the muscles that retain and release urine become damaged or nerve signals become overactive. In women, this is most often caused after giving birth vaginally, because of aging or due to menopause.

There are two main types of Urinary Incontinence (UI)

STRESS INCONTINENCE or stress UI describes urinary leakage caused by physical movement or exertion. Many women experience this urinary leakage when they cough, sneeze, jump, or laugh. This is the most common type of incontinence. It is typically caused when a woman gives birth vaginally. Menopause can also cause stress incontinence.

Stress incontinence results when muscles that hold up the bladder become stretched out or weakened. The breakdown of supporting tissues allows the bladder to press down on the sphincter muscles of the urethra. When the weight of the bladder is combined with the stress of physical exertion, the urethra muscles are forced open, allowing urine to leak out.

The most effective way to improve stress incontinence involves strengthening the muscles that hold up the bladder. ² Kegels are an effective way to rebuild and strengthen these tissues.

URGE INCONTINENCE or urge UI describes feeling a sudden need to urinate, followed by involuntary urination. This type of incontinence occurs when the nerve signals that tell muscles to contract or relax misfire. More specifically, when overactive bladder muscle overpowers the sphincter muscles in the urethra.

Kegels are effective at improving urge incontinence as well as stress incontinence.


Kegels are the best way to improve urinary incontinence. They consist of voluntary muscle exercises that contract and relax the muscles of the pelvic floor (the muscles that support the bladder.) They work like any other muscle-building exercise, like crunches or lunges, that contract the muscles to put tension on the tissue. To adapt to the tension, the body creates new muscle fibers and strengthens existing ones.


Graphic illustration of the before, during, and after treatment of Emsella

Emsella improves incontinence by strengthening the muscles that support the bladder. During a treatment, the patient sits on an ergonomic chair. She remains fully clothed. The chair, dubbed the ‘Kegel throne,’ employs High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to activate the muscle neurons of the pelvic floor. These neurons force the muscles to contract (tighten) involuntarily inducing Kegel exercises.

Unlike manually induced Kegels, the contractions created during an Emsella treatment are far more potent than those produced on your own. Known as supramaximal contractions, one 30-minute Emsella treatment induces more than 11,000 powerful contractions.

These powerful contractions are scientifically proven to strengthen the tissues of the pelvic floor and tighten the muscles of the vaginal wall. This both increases urinary retention and improves vaginal laxity, enhancing sexual satisfaction.


Patients may see an improvement in urinary incontinence after one treatment. However, best results are seen following a treatment schedule of 6 sessions, spaced 2 to 3 days apart. As with any treatment, individual experiences may vary. *


Emsella reviews reflect a high patient satisfaction rate. Clinical evaluation of patient perception indicates 95% of patients, who underwent the 6-session protocol, see significant improvements in urinary continence three weeks after treatment. Two-thirds of patients report a complete elimination or significant reduction in the use of pads that catch leakage.


Emsella cost varies per patient. Prices are determined by several factors. These include the number of treatments required to achieve the desired results and packaged pricing. The best way to find out how much Emsella may cost you is to schedule a complimentary consultation with Body Reflections. During your consultation, we will discuss prices in detail and customize a treatment plan that both meets your needs and matches your budget.


Don’t let urinary incontinence keep you from feeling confident. Improve bladder retention without surgery or downtime. Get started with Emsella by scheduling a complimentary consultation with Body Reflections in Somers, CT. Contact Body Reflections online by filling out the form below or call (860) 393-0555 today.

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¹ Berenholz J., MD, Sims T., MD, Botros G., MD. HIFEM Technology Can Improve Quality of Life of Incontinent Patients. The ​​Laser ​​Vaginal ​​Rejuvenation​​ Institute ​​of ​​Michigan.

² Hay-Smith, EJ, et al. Pelvic floor muscle training for urinary incontinence in women.  The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2001;(1):CD001407.