Emsella Chair

Emsella Chair in San Francisco, CA

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Emsella Chair Specialist Near Me in San Francisco, CA
Emsella Chair Specialist Near Me in San Francisco, CA

Table of Contents:

Does the Emsella chair really work?
How much does an Emsella chair cost?
Does insurance cover the Emsella chair?
How long do Emsella results last?

Does the Emsella chair really work?


Men and women who suffer from urinary incontinence can benefit from the Emsella Chair. Due to the weakening of the pelvic floor, women are more likely to suffer from urinary incontinence after childbirth and menopause. Lower pelvic organs are supported by a network of muscles called the pelvic floor.

For the treatment of urinary incontinence, the Emsella Chair has been shown to be effective in many clinical studies. There is a reported 95% patient satisfaction rate. An incontinence study found that 50% of participants had their incontinence completely resolved.

At 3 months, 100% of study participants reported improvement in female sexual function following treatment with the Emsella chair.

Incontinence caused by weakness in the pelvic floor or other abnormalities affecting this muscle group can be treated with Emsella non-invasively. By emitting a high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) wave, the Emsella chair creates supramaximal contractions within the pelvic floor muscles. However, Kegel exercises are not able to compete with Emsella for strengthening the pelvic floor.

Thirty minutes on the Emsella chair is equivalent to 10,000 Kegel exercises; thousands of supramaximal contractions are delivered during a short session. Emsella improves bladder control and reduces incontinence by stimulating pelvic floor muscles.

How much does an Emsella chair cost?


Emsella treatments vary in price depending on location and several factors. The number of sessions, the severity of the conditions being treated, and the condition being treated will also affect costs. In each case, a qualified Emsella specialist will determine the cost of treatment.

Using high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology (HIFEM), the Emsella Chair strengthens the pelvic floor muscles non-invasively. Supporting the bladder and preventing incontinence are the functions of these muscles. In a typical Emsella Chair treatment, there are six sessions spread over two weeks.

Using high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology (HIFEM), the Emsella Chair strengthens pelvic floor muscles in a non-invasive manner.

Emsella chairs may be a good option for you if you want to improve your pelvic floor without doing Kegels. Using electromagnetic energy, this FDA-cleared device stimulates muscle contractions in the pelvic floor, which can help strengthen and tone them. Sessions typically cost between $250 and $300, depending on the provider.

For optimal results, most providers recommend six to twelve sessions. It is possible that the total cost of treatment will be in excess of $2000. The results are long-lasting, so it’s important to keep in mind that the investment will pay off in the long run. To determine if this treatment is right for you, consult with a qualified provider.

Does insurance cover the Emsella chair?


Emsella treatments are not covered by insurance even though the FDA has approved this treatment for incontinence. This is considered an out-of-pocket expense. Pretax dollars can be used to pay for this FSA-eligible expense.

How long do Emsella results last?


Each patient requires a different number of Emsella treatments. Typically, six sessions are scheduled over a period of four weeks during the course of treatment. For optimal results, many patients choose to receive maintenance treatments monthly, most commonly. Emsella often results in a noticeable change in a patient’s health within a week of starting treatment. A series of treatments leads to an improvement in bladder control and continence over time.

In most studies, positive results last between six and twelve months following Emsella treatments, depending on a variety of factors. Patients may choose to undergo single maintenance treatments after completing initial treatments to maintain their results.

After completing six treatments, we recommend maintenance within one year. Maintenance treatments should always be performed before the pelvic muscles have completely sagged. Otherwise, it may take six treatments again to achieve the desired results.

Emsella chair treatments are available at the G Spa. For more information, call us or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 490 Post St, Suite 1703, San Francisco CA 94102. We serve clients from San Francisco CA, Oakland CA, Pacifica CA, Brisbane CA, Millbrae CA, and San Francisco Bay Area CA.