Pelvic floor conditions that include urinary incontinence are present in one and four women, and at least 50% more women have weak pelvic floor muscles that can be improved.
Treatment of pelvic floor conditions improves sexual health.
The Emsella chair is FDA cleared for the treatment of incontinence.
Pelvic floor muscle training is the first-line therapy of anyone who has urinary incontinence. The purpose of training the pelvic floor muscles is to increase the strength and endurance of the muscles as well as to increase the reflex action of these muscles.
Improperly done pelvic floor muscle contractions can potentially worsen symptoms. And up to 30% of women don’t do their Kegel’s exercises correctly, and 80% don’t do them consistently.
The effectiveness of the Emsella chair for correct muscle contraction, and ease of completion of treatments (series of 6 treatments, and follow up therapy quarterly), makes it the ideal treatment for women experiencing pelvic floor conditions.
Pelvic pain, also a fairly common condition in women, has been one of the conditions that causes pelvic floor disorders and is responsive to pelvic floor therapy.
The newest use for the Emsella chair is for women with pelvic pain.
The statistical effectiveness of Emsella Chair Pelvic Floor therapy has not been established, but there are no signals that it worsens pelvic floor conditions, and has been shown to be effective for some women with pelvic pain.