Precision Wellness Emsella | Rancho Mirage

Finally a Treatment for Incontinence & Sexual Wellness

Emsella is a revolutionary non-invasive treatment designed to strengthen the pelvic floor.

When the pelvic floor muscles are weakened, our ability to control the release of urine diminishes. EMSELLA was originally designed to address urinary incontinence, a condition characterized by the involuntary leakage of urine.

After many clinical studies, patients began reporting that EMSELLA also helps with:  

     Improving vaginal tightness

     Increased lubrication

     Ability to reach orgasm easier

     Gluteal fullness/ lift

     Reduced back pain


     Better posture which creates the illusion of a slimmer frame


Equivalent to 12,000 Kegels!

EMSELLA is a simple and effective treatment for urinary incontinence & sexual wellness. It is a non-invasive and innovative approach - in just a 28 minute treatment - to strengthen the pelvic floor. 

Reasons that EMSELLA is the treatment of choice for many of our clients:

  • Non-Invasive and Painless: No incisions, injections, or anesthesia.
  • Targeted Pelvic Floor Stimulation: Strengthens pelvic floor muscles.
  • Effective & Efficient: Reduces incontinence episodes with a few sessions.
  • Convenience & Time-Saving: 30-minute sessions, no active participation required.
  • Non-Hormonal Solution: Alternative to hormonal therapies.

EMSELLA is a non-invasive treatment provided through the use of a special chair-like device that sends strong electromagnetic waves to the muscles of the pelvic floor. This helps to strengthen and tone pelvic and surrounding muscles, promoting improved pelvic health and addressing conditions like urinary incontinence.

How Does EMSELLA Work?

Using High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology, Emsella stimulates the pelvic floor muscles.

This is done much the same way Kegel exercises work, only at a greater intensity, speed and without conscious effort. This technology generates electromagnetic currents which create a magnetic field around the pelvic floor.

This field then triggers the contractions that give the muscles an intense workout. Your muscles become stronger and tighter with each session.

EMSELLA Treatment

The treatment process of EMSELLA is easy & involves the following steps:

  • Consultation: The first step is to schedule a consultation to discuss your medical history, symptoms, concerns, and determine if you are a suitable candidate for EMSELLA treatment.
  • Preparation: On the day of the treatment, you will be asked to arrive wearing loose and comfortable clothing. You may also be instructed to empty your bladder prior to the session.
  • Sitting on the EMSELLA Chair: You will be guided to the EMSELLA chair, which is designed specifically for the treatment. The chair is located in a private treatment room. You will be asked to sit down and adjust your position to ensure proper alignment and comfort.
  • Starting Treatment: Once seated, we will activate the EMSELLA chair, which will deliver electromagnetic stimulation to the pelvic floor muscles. The chair uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to induce supramaximal contractions in the muscles.
  • Sensations and Comfort: During the treatment, you may experience a sensation of intense muscle contractions in the pelvic area. These contractions are typically not painful but can feel slightly unfamiliar. The intensity and frequency of the electromagnetic stimulation will be adjusted to ensure your comfort throughout the session.
  • Treatment Duration: EMSELLA treatment sessions are 28 minutes. Multiple treatment sessions of 6 are usually recommended to achieve optimal results.
  • Resumption of Activities: After the treatment session, you can typically resume your regular activities immediately. There is no downtime associated with EMSELLA treatments, allowing you to return to your normal routine without restrictions.

Areas of Improvement

EMSELLA treatments offer improvement for urinary incontinence & sexual wellness
  • Reduced incontinence episodes in both frequency and severity of involuntary urine leakage.
  • Strengthened pelvic floor muscles which play a crucial role in bladder control.
  • Enhanced bladder control with an improved ability to hold urine, reduced urgency, and increased awareness of bladder sensations.
  • Improved quality of life with a boost in confidence, reduced anxiety, and improved emotional well-being.