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What is The Kegel Chair?
The Kegel Chair is the first FDA and Health Canada approved device of its kind for the treatment of female and male urinary incontinence.
You've probably heard about Kegel exercises before. Kegels are performed by contracting the pelvic floor muscles, those responsible for stopping the flow of urine. Doing them regularly can strengthen the pelvic floor, enabling you to address incontinence. But can you do over 11,000 in just under 30 minutes?
Who is a Candidate for The Kegel Chair?
If you experience leakage when coughing, sneezing, laughing or performing strenuous physical activities, then you may suffer from urinary incontinence.
The Kegel Chair delivers noninvasive electromagnetic energy to all of the muscles in the pelvic floor in order to strengthen and restore their neuromuscular function.
- Treatments are comfortable.
All you'll feel during your treatment is your pelvic floor muscles involuntarily contracting.
- There is absolutely no downtime.
You can get back to daily activities immediately after your session.
- Results are evident within 3 weeks.
Regain control of your bladder in under a month!
The Kegel Chair is suitable for men and women of any age. Whether you've developed urinary incontinence with age, or following childbirth or menopause, this treatment option is safe and effective.
- Weak pelvic floor muscles provide poor support to pelvic organs, resulting in incontinence.
- The Kegel Chair treatments strengthen the entire pelvic floor.
- Increased tone of the pelvic floor muscles provides support to pelvic organs and reduces incontinence.
Who is The Kegel Chair For?
The Kegel Chair is designed for men and women who suffer from urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence is more common in women following childbirth and menopause, due to weakening of the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is a network of muscles which form a sling-like support for the lower pelvic organs.
Many clinical studies support the effectiveness of the Kegel Chair for treatment of urinary incontinence. The reported patient satisfaction rate is 95%. In one study, 50% of participants reported complete resolution of their incontinence.
An additional clinical study evaluated improvements in female sexual function following treatment with the Emsella chair and 100% of study participants reported improvement at 3 months (which is why it’s also known as the ‘orgasm throne’, ladies).
How Does The Kegel Chair Work?
The Kegel Chair uses noninvasive HIFEM, which stands for High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic energy, to produce supramaximal contractions of the pelvic floor muscles — the equivalent of 11,000 Kegels in 28 minutes! This results in strengthening and increased tone of the pelvic floor muscles and decreases episodes of incontinence.
This diagram shows the difference between Kegel exercises versus the muscular contractions created by The Kegel Chair
For most people, a dramatic improvement in control can be seen in three weeks. Results can be prolonged with maintenance treatments.
Our Comprehensive Approach to The Kegel Chair
Prior to beginning your treatments, you’ll meet with one of our board-certified dermatologists for a consultation and assessment to determine whether The Kegel Chair is right for you.
The treatment is very easy. All you'll need to do is sit in the specialized chair. We recommend wearing leggings or a similar item of clothing made of a flexible material and without metal buttons.
Each session lasts about 30 minutes and you may
resume normal activities immediately following the treatment. During the treatment you feel intense but comfortable contractions of your pelvic floor muscles.
Treatment consists of two sessions per week for three weeks, for a total of 6 sessions. It is very important to complete your first 6 sessions without interruption for optimal results.
The Kegel Chair FAQ
The Kegel Chair is a noninvasive High-Intensity-Focused Electromagnetic energy (HIFEM) technology designed for the treatment of urinary incontinence.
The Kegel Chair achieves results within 3 weeks or so. To maintain results, Kegel exercises or additional treatments are recommended.
During the treatment you feel intense, but comfortable, muscle contractions. There is absolutely no pain.
Urinary stress incontinence is a condition that can be treated by improving the strength of the pelvic floor muscles. The Kegel Chair delivers energy to involuntarily contract the pelvic floor muscles, thereby strengthening them.
You sit on The Kegel Chair fully clothed and in a comfortable sitting position.
The Kegel Chair is FDA and Health Canada approved for the treatment of urinary stress incontinence.
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