Non-Invasive Incontinence Therapy for Women
What is Emsella™?
Simply put, a Groundbreaking Non-Invasive Treatment for Incontinence
BTL EMSELLA™ stimulates the entire pelvic floor region and musculature by rehabilitating weak pelvic muscles and restoring neuromuscular control. The technology provides women with an easy, effective and completely non-invasive treatment option, empowering them to address an often private health issue that can dramatically impact their quality of life.
The “chair” design of the device itself allows women to remain fully clothed for treatment, with no pain or downtime, so patients can walk out immediately following treatment.
Incontinence is actually caused by a weakening of the muscles within the pelvic floor region, often a result of childbirth, menopause and the natural aging process. Although incontinence is extremely common, 5 out of 10 women do not seek help, according to the National Association for Continence (NAFC), which can have a dramatic effect on a woman’s self-esteem and confidence
 Leede Research, “Views on OAB: A Study for the National Association of Continence.” December 16, 2015.
Each chair session is 28 minutes long and delivers the equivalent of 11,800 kegels.
How does it work?
Harnessing the power of HIFEM (High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic) technology, BTL EMSELLA™ stimulates the entire pelvic floor at once—with a single session providing thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions, comparable to thousands of Kegels. Supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions are extremely important in muscle re-education of incontinent patients. Each session is 28 minutes long and delivers the equivalent of 11,800 kegels.
For effective results using the BTL EMSELLA™, 6 treatments within 3 weeks are required. Adults 19+ only.
Adult Consultations (+HST)
Treatment Duration 28 mins – $200
Treatments can be covered under extended health coverage.
Does Emsella™ Really Work?
This treatment works very quickly, and you should see some improvement in your bladder control after you get your first treatment. As you continue to receive additional sessions, your leakage, accidents, and other urinary problems should gradually decrease.
Who is a Good Candidate for Emsella™?
A good Emsella candidate is a relatively healthy adult with a desire to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. Women often seek this treatment because stress urinary incontinence (SUI) often occurs after pregnancy, especially if the baby was delivered vaginally.
How Often Should you do Emsella™?
Two treatments are scheduled each week, for three consecutive weeks. There must be 2-3 days between each treatment session. After the initial series of 6 treatments, patients may need enhancement treatments every 1 to 6 months depending on the severity of urinary incontinence and desired results.
Does Emsella™ Help with Bowel Incontinence?
By targeting the pelvic floor muscles with High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology, BTL Emsella™ stimulates the muscles, tightens the pelvic floor and gives you back control of your bowels.
How Long Does it Take to Improve Pelvic Floor Strength?
After 4 to 6 weeks, most people notice some improvement. It may take as long as 3 months to see a major change. After a couple of weeks, you can also try doing a single pelvic floor contraction at times when you are likely to leak (for example, while getting out of a chair).
Dr. Tara Clapp, ND
Anti-Aging and Hormone Optimization
Dr. Tara Clapp, ND uses specialized, leading-edge laboratory testing for better diagnostics & health. Dr. Tara Clapp, ND has special interests in anti-aging, bio-identical hormone therapy, food and nutrition, metabolic and hormone imbalances and digestive disorders.
Dr. Tara Clapp, ND is a dedicated and caring physician, taking personal interest in her clients’ health and life.