Emsella Urinary Incontinence Treatment Sydney

Bladder control issues, also known as urinary incontinence, is a common condition, affecting more than 5 million Australians. Urinary incontinence can impact quality of life for both men and women, and can cause anxiety and frustration. The severity of urinary incontinence can range from a small urine leak to complete loss of bladder control. If the fear of bladder leakage causes you to avoid going places or avoid enjoyable activities, don’t let urinary incontinence impact your life any longer. The Emsella Chair is an innovative solution for the treatment of urinary incontinence.

FDA approved, non-surgical Emsella treatment for urinary incontinence at Luxe Cosmetic Clinic offers a non-invasive solution for incontinence, with no downtime.

The first step to taking control of urinary incontinence is to book an appointment for a private consultation by calling (02) 9267 9999.

Emsella – Non-Surgical Incontinence Treatment

Traditionally, patients suffering from urinary incontinence were recommended Kegel exercises, referred to a physical therapist for pelvic floor strengthening, or to a surgeon for surgical intervention. Physical therapy involves time and persistence, and surgery carries a risk for complications and a recovery period.

The Emsella Chair is an FDA approved medical device, offering patients a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for incontinence, with no downtime. Scientific research has shown that 95% of patients reported significant improvement in their quality of life after a course of Emsella Chair treatments.

Emsella technology uses electromagnetic waves to stimulate over 11,000 intense (supra-maximal) pelvic muscle contractions in a comfortable, half-hour treatment to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and help regain bladder control.

Benefits of treating urinary incontinence at Luxe Cosmetic Clinic

  • The Emsella Chair is FDA approved for the treatment of urinary incontinence
  • Patients remain fully clothed
  • No pain
  • Treats the entire pelvic floor
  • Delivers over 11,000 pelvic contractions per session (28 minutes)
  • No downtime or recovery after treatment

Before & After

Types of Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence, urination urgency or uncontrolled bladder leakage is a common medical condition that affects many men and women in Sydney. The severity and prevalence of urinary incontinence increasing with age. In addition to ageing, incontinence can be caused by hysterectomy surgery, dramatic weight changes, pregnancy or childbirth.

Stress, urge and overflow incontinence are the three main types of urinary incontinence and patients may experience one type or mixed.

Stress incontinence

When pressure or “stress” is put on the bladder, for example when jumping, sneezing, coughing or laughing, it can cause uncontrolled leakage of urine, referred to as stress incontinence or light bladder leakage. Involuntary loss of bladder control can cause embarrassment, leading to a reduction in quality of life due to the restriction of enjoyable activities to avoid leakage.

Urge incontinence

The sudden or intense urge to urinate, followed by involuntary loss of bladder control are signs of urge incontinence. Patients frequently need to go to the toilet in the night, thereby disrupting sleep. Due to the urge to urinate often coming on so sudden and intense, patients typically need to know where the nearest toilet is at all times which can cause stress and anxiety.

Overflow incontinence

Overflow incontinence is when the bladder does not empty completely and uncontrolled dribbling of urine can occur.

Next step – book your consultation

For personalised urinary incontinence treatment information, the next step is to book a consultation at Luxe Cosmetic Clinic by calling (02) 9267 9999 or request an appointment online.

Frequently asked questions

Who is the right candidate for Emsella treatment?

Emsella treatment is suitable for both men and women of any age who desire a non-surgical solution for urinary incontinence, however your suitability and medical history will need to be assessed. Patients with certain implants or medical devices may not be eligible for treatment. To have your suitability for Emsella treatment confirmed, book a consultation by calling (02) 9267 9999.

How long is the treatment and how many treatments will I need?

Each treatment takes half an hour and the recommended treatment protocol is two treatments per week for three weeks, a total of six treatments.

How does Emsella treatment feel?

Emsella is a comfortable, truly non-invasive treatment and you remain fully clothed throughout the procedure. You will feel your entire pelvic floor area tightening and contracting. During your consultation, you may experience the comfort of the procedure.

When will I see/ feel results?

In general, patients feel a benefit from the first treatment, however this may vary depending on your age and physical condition. Positive results typically continue to improve over the three weeks of treatment.

How does Emsella compare to Kegel exercises?

Emsella treatment stimulates over 11,000 super-intense pelvic muscle contractions in a half hour treatment. Patients cannot achieve this frequency and intensity by performing Kegels, therefore, Emsella is considered a superior solution.

Is it safe?

Emsella is an FDA-cleared medical device. There are no reported side effects.

Is there any downtime?

There is absolutely no downtime associated with this procedure. You can return to your normal daily activities immediately after treatment.