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An incontinence solution without medications or surgery. Stop bladder leakage comfortably and effortlessly. 

Why are more men and women choosing EMSELLA as the best treatment for urinary incontinence?



Walk-in, walk-out procedure

Remain fully clothed

EMSELLA helps solve bladder leakage and incontinence

Can’t stand going all the time? Sit for a bit!

EMSELLA works by activating and stimulating the muscles of the pelvic floor, allowing you to regain control of them and put an end to bladder leakage accidents.

Just 30 minutes of sitting on the emsella treatment throne will make you perform about 11000 kegel exercises.

The science behind why EMSELLA is the easiest choice for both men and women when it comes to incontinence

To date, 5 clinical studies have been published on EMSELLA. Studies confirm 95% of patients report an improved quality of life


Improved quality of life


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Emsella – Best Incontinence Treatment FAQ Section

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We are conveniently located at 4 Pleasant Street South Unit 1, Natick, MA 01760.

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Emsella – Best Incontinence Treatment FAQ Section

1. What is incontinence?

Incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine from the bladder. Over 200 million people worldwide struggle with urinary incontinence, and only half of them seek help.

2. What causes urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence happens when the muscles that control and support the urinary bladder and the pelvic floor weaken. The involuntary loss of urine can happen during any activity; coughing, laughing, sneezing. It may happen during sexual intercourse or during a simple task such as bending over or lifting something off the floor.

3. How can I treat my urinary incontinence?

With Emsella, treating incontinence has never been easier. It continues to have over 95% patient satisfaction rating without the need for any surgery or daily medication intake.

4. How does Emsella treatment feel?

Emsella tratment or the Emsella throne feels like gentle vibrations or contractions. It is absolutely painless.

5. How long does Emsella treatment take?

Each Emsella treatment session takes 30 minutes while you are sitting on the emsella treatment throne. 

6. How many treatments of Emsella does it take before I can feel any results?

Patients who choose Emsella as their incontinence solution have reported an improvement as early as 24 hours after their first treatment session. *Patient results may vary.

7. How many sessions of Emsella does one need?

Our Harvard Trained Emsella doctors recommend the following for optimal results: a series of 6 sessions total performed over 3 weeks. This comes down to twice a week 30 minute sessions for 3 weeks.

9. How often do I need Emsella to maintain my incontinence treatment results?

To maintain your Emsella results, our Harvard Trained doctors recommend upkeep every 3 to 6 months. 

10. Are Emsella results permanent?

Emsella results are semi-permanent. Because it involves muscles, ideally you should help your muscles maintain the results with a little boost every 3-6 months.

11. Are there any side effects to Emsella?

There are no side effects to Emsella. 

12. What to expect during your Emsella treatment

During your Emsella treatment you will be sitting on the Emsella throne while you feel gentle vibrations between your legs. These gentle vibrations will contract your muscles just as you would during a kegel exercise.

Over 200 million people worldwide are affected by incontinence and only half of them seek help

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Meet our

Harvard Trained Team

Mary Cappiello
Mary Cappiello
Mary Cappiello
Eric Cappiello

Mary Cappiello MD

Cosmetic treatment Specialist | Harvard trained


Harvard Medical School
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital

Dr. Mariam Cappiello completed her undergraduate education at Tufts University before enrolling and receiving her first Master’s Degree (in Physiology) at New York Medical College Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences. She then went on to pursue her medical degree at New York Medical College. She completed her residency in anesthesiology at Harvard University’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She also completed a pediatric anesthesiology fellowship at Children’s Hospital Boston.

Eric Cappiello
Eric Cappiello
Mary Cappiello
Eric Cappiello

Eric Cappiello MD

cosmetic treatment specialist | Harvard trained


Harvard Medical School
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital

Dr. Eric Cappiello pursued an anesthesiology residency at Harvard University’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where he also completed a fellowship in obstetric anesthesiology and regional anesthesiology. In his free time, Dr. Cappiello loves to spend time with his sons, as well as snowboarding, traveling, and competing in triathlons.