EMSELLA combined with EMSCULPT creates the ultimate core to floor therapy. Core to floor therapy is the first (preventative and corrective) solution to address the whole core which can improve strength, balance, and posture, as well as potentially alleviate back pain.

How Does it Work?

The “core” is comprised of two main muscle groups – the pelvic floor, or the base of the core muscles, and the deep abdominal muscles. These muscles are synchronized along with secondary muscle groups to support the spine and control the pressure inside the tummy.

When one inhales air and the diaphragm contracts down toward the pelvis, the pelvic floor must elongate to accommodate for the pressure change. As one exhales, the pelvic floor gently contracts as the diaphragm returns to its resting position. This process occurs when one lifts heavy objects, coughs or laughs. If the muscles are out of sync, reconditioned or lack activity, one can leak urine, potentially develop prolapse because she is not able to control for the pressure mechanics in the pelvis, incur back pain and/or lose balance.

Core to floor therapy utilizes two HIFEM therapies to strengthen, firm and tone the abdomen and pelvic floor muscles. The result is increased muscle hypertrophy and hyperplasia and restoration of neuromuscular control which can improve strength, balance, and posture, as well as potentially alleviate back pain.

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Emsculpt and Emsella Core to Floor therapy Infographics

Ideal Candidates

for elite athletes. 1 second has significant consequences in terms of outcomes on and off the court/field

for Mommy Makeovers and Daddy Do-Overs

for women suffering from incontinence

for health and fitness fanatics

What to Expect:

You will experience tingling and pelvic floor muscles’ contractions during the procedure. Most of our patients remark that it is a feeling unlike any other. You may resume daily activities immediately after the treatment.

Real Patient Results

Show improvement to abdominal separation

Muscle biopsies

Pelvic floor ultrasounds

Emsella before, during and after treatment illustration
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