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While common, urinary incontinence is often embarrassing, even debilitating in many cases when not addressed. At Flushing Medical Spa in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens in New York City, board-certified obstetrics and gynecology physician QiLi Li and her staff use Emsella technology to restore urinary function, sexual function, and your well-being. Schedule an appointment by phone or online today.

Emsella Q & A

What is Emsella?

Emsella is a revolutionary treatment for urinary incontinence that’s also highly effective for Juliet vaginal restoration. The treatment revitalizes vulvar and vaginal tissues and strengthens your pelvic floor muscles. It’s ideal for women of all ages who struggle with urine leaks, vaginal laxity, or other forms of sexual dysfunction.


How does Emsella work?

Emsella is an FDA-cleared, noninvasive treatment that uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic stimulation (HIFEM) to strengthen your pelvic floor without invasive treatments, downtime, or pain. The treatment works by stimulating targeted muscles to contract deeply and repeatedly. It stimulates the effect of thousands of Kegel exercises.


What are the benefits of Emsella treatment?

Choosing Emsella at Flushing Medical Spa offers a myriad of benefits, including:

  • Fewer urine leaks
  • Reduced urinary incontinence
  • Stronger pelvic floor muscles
  • Tighter, restored vaginal tissues
  • Improved sexual functioning
  • Self-confidence
  • Less embarrassment
  • Improved quality of life

You might develop leaking urine and a weak pelvic floor due to aging, childbirth, or trauma. Emsella treatment offers superior results using highly effective, simple, painless methods. 


Is Emsella right for me?

Emsella treatment is appropriate for anyone struggling with urinary incontinence or sexual dysfunction. 

Stress incontinence often causes urine leaks when you jump, cough, laugh, or sneeze. Urge incontinence causes a sudden urge to urinate without much warning. Mixed incontinence consists of having more than one type of urinary incontinence. Emsella can help with all types.


What happens during Emsella treatment?

During noninvasive Emsella treatments, which last about 30 minutes each, you remain fully clothed and sit on an Emsella chair. The chair’s electromagnetic stimulation targets pelvic floor muscles, contracting them while you relax. You might feel tingling or buzzing sensations during the contractions, but the treatment isn’t painful. 


What should I expect after Emsella treatment?

After Emsella treatment, you can resume typical daily activities right away since there’s no downtime. Dr. Li often recommends a series of six treatment sessions spaced apart over three weeks. She may combine Emsella with gluteal and abdominal muscle strengthening exercises to achieve superior results. 

Schedule an appointment at Flushing Medical Spa by phone or online today to learn more about Emsella and determine if it’s right for you.

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