Say Hello to Emsella, and Say Goodbye to Incontinence.

Urinary incontinence affects millions of people, both men, and women. From getting up numerous times a night to avoiding social situations, the physical impact of incontinence is substantial, while the effects on your mental health can be equally as devastating.

Do I Have Incontinence?

If you leak urine when you cough, sneeze, or engage in other strenuous activities or have a frequent, urgent need to go to the bathroom, you may be suffering from incontinence. Not only does this affect daily activities, but it can also have a significant impact on your intimate life.

What Causes Incontinence?

Incontinence can be caused by many factors, including childbirth, aging, obesity, and hormonal changes like menopause. Prostate cancer surgeries may also cause incontinence. These factors can cause the pelvic floor muscles to become weak. When this happens, they can no longer effectively support the pelvic organs, leading to urge, stress, urinary, and fecal incontinence issues.

Emsella, available through Advance Family & Sports Medicine in Winston-Salem is non-surgical treatment that can significantly reduce incontinence symptoms.

Now, with the help of Dr. Ezeigbo and Emsella, you can receive non-invasive treat for incontinence!

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Emsella Unit
Emsella Unit In Use

How Emsella Works

Emsella is the first device of its kind and is FDA cleared to treat urinary incontinence in men and women.

Emsella uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology that stimulates deep pelvic floor muscles to help restore neuromuscular control.

Thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions are produced during each Emsella session. This stimulation helps your muscles become stronger and regain control. Consequently, 95% of patients see significant improvement in their quality of life after Emsella treatments.

Am I a Good Candidate for Emsella?

Emsella is good for men and women of any age. There are some conditions that exclude you from being a good candidate for Emsella. These include:

  • Heart disorders
  • Metal implants
  • Cardiac pacemakers
  • Pregnancy
  • Implanted defibrillators or neurostimulators
  • Pulmonary insufficiency
  • Drug pumps
  • Hemorrhagic conditions
  • Anticoagulation therapy
  • Malignant tumor
  • Fever

Non-Surgical Incontinence Treatment Plan

Each Emsella treatment session lasts around 30 minutes. Each session must be separated by at least two days, and to realize maximum efficacy, you need to complete a full series of treatments. Normally, this consists of six treatments, but you may require more based on your condition.

During the Procedure

On the day of your treatment, dress comfortably in clothing that allows your legs to spread and your back to stay straight. This is necessary to achieve the correct pelvic tilt. It is best to have no metal on the body, so leave your jewelry at home.

You should wear light fabric bottoms, not jeans or heavy sweatpants. If needed, you can bring a pair of light shorts to change into before treatment. However, some Lululemon leggings contain metallic fibers so do not wear this brand when you come in for your treatment. Compression socks and other

The electromagnetic energy can harm electrical devices, so bring a book or magazine to read while you sit. Patients who are menstruating should not undergo treatment on that day.

You will experience tingling and muscle contractions. This will become more intense as the muscles warm up. The vibrations alternate between fast contractions and deep throbbing. These are normal and expected sensations While the device works best at 100% intensity, it is possible to lower this if there is any discomfort. Most patients are comfortable at 100%.

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Recovery & Downtime

There is none! Emsella is non-invasive and requires zero downtime. You will remain fully clothed during your procedure. Simply sit down on the treatment chair and relax. During treatment, you may experience slight tingling, but you can resume normal activities immediately after. Some patients experience very mild soreness the next day, but it does not interfere with daily activities.


Typically, patients require six sessions of Emsella. Normally, these are scheduled twice a week. Depending on the severity of your condition, you may not see significant improvement until after a few sessions. Some patients notice improvement after only one session. In addition to improved incontinence, Emsella can also improve your sexual wellness by increasing sensitivity during intercourse and making orgasm easier to achieve.

If you’re ready to leave your incontinence issues behind you, it’s time to try Emsella. Schedule you consultation with Dr. Ezeigbo today!