Emsella emits a specialized type of energy called HIFEM (high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology), which, with a series of treatments, increases neuromuscular stability at the pelvic floor, significantly reducing the embarrassing and uncomfortable symptoms of urinary incontinence.

Why choose Moradi MD?

At Moradi MD, you will be under the care of some of the most highly trained, compassionate, and understanding professionals in the area. Dr. Amir Moradi is an accomplished, double-board-certified plastic surgeon who has established a state-of-the-art center equipped with the world’s latest technology and treatments. Through the most advanced procedures and technologies, he helps patients resolve a range of aesthetic and medical issues. Moradi MD is recognized as being among the best overall medical aesthetic centers in the United States.

What is Emsella?

The Emsella chair is a groundbreaking treatment for urinary incontinence. Incontinence affects both women and men, and the treatment options, up to now, have been limited. As a result, many people try to drink fewer liquids, make frequent trips to the bathroom, and wear special underwear or other less-than-ideal options that do not get to the source of the problem. Emsella provides a revolutionary solution, helping patients to regain their quality of life and their confidence.

Am I a good candidate for Emsella?

Prospective candidates for Emsella should not have a bleeding disorder, be pregnant, or have any surgical implants (IUD, pacemaker, or other) in the body. Ideal candidates are men or women who face any of the following issues affecting their quality of life:

  • An inability to control urine leaks
  • Urination when laughing, coughing, or sneezing
  • Difficulty reaching the bathroom in time to avoid a leak
  • The need to immediately urinate once the sensation alerts them
  • Frequent bathroom breaks during the day to avoid accidents
  • Ongoing urinary accidents

If you are experiencing any of these problems, consider scheduling an appointment Moradi MD for  Emsella treatment.

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What is the treatment with the Emsella device like?

Emsella treatments are simple. The entire treatment occurs while seated in a specially constructed chair, fully clothed. You do not need to change into a gown; just arrive at our clinic in your usual clothing. You simply sit on the chair, the device is activated, and the contractions in your pelvic area begin.

Most patients describe the experience as a painless fluttering sensation. You are free to read a book, look at your phone, or simply relax. With a series of Emsella treatments, the muscles are strengthened, restoring bladder control. The treatment time is about 30 minutes, making it easy to schedule a session during a lunch break.

What happens after an Emsella treatment?

Due to the non-invasive nature of the Emsella chair, no downtime or recovery time is needed. Once your session is over, you can just stand up, walk out the door, and go on with life as usual. Noticeable improvement can be felt after a single session, but optimal results are achieved with one or two treatments over the course of two to three weeks.

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Restore your confidence and peace of mind with Emsella

Urinary incontinence can be a difficult topic to discuss with anyone, but it is easier when you work with our compassionate professionals at Moradi MD. Dr. Moradi and the rest of our team create a comfortable environment where it is easier to discuss personal issues in total confidence. Schedule a consultation today to discover if Emsella could be right for you. We serve patients throughout the communities of Carlsbad, San Marcos, Vista, Encinitas, San Diego, Escondido, Oceanside, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, and beyond.

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