urinary incontinence treatment in Houston, TX

Emsella Chair for Overactive Bladder & Urinary Incontinence


Take a Seat to Take a Stand Against Incontinence

You laugh—and you leak. A sneeze could spell disaster. Or you have sudden, uncontrollable urges to go. Incontinence is more than inconvenience. It ruins confidence in enjoying everyday activities.

At ChristiMD Medical Group, the Emsella Chair treatment is a game-changer. This simple, 100% non-invasive procedure can return your bladder and pelvic floor muscles to the way they used to be.

Treatment Details

Treatment type


Treatment frequency

2 treatments per week for 3 weeks

Treatment time

30 Minutes


Zero downtime

What It Treats

Overactive bladder

Urge incontinence

Stress incontinence

Leaky bladder

How It Works

Benefits of Emsella for Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Houston, TX

Zero downtime

Improves pelvic floor strength

Greatly reduces or eliminates urinary incontinence

Helps with bowel incontinence

Improves sexual performance and pleasure

Can be readily paired with many other treatments

Cost-effective compared to surgery

Possibly reduces or eliminates need for incontinence medication

It's easy! You even remain fully clothed.

Real results

Results of Emsella

Emsella jumpstarts the restorative process—and relieves incontinence—by contracting the muscles and returning neuromuscular control to the pelvic floor.

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a passionate, experienced medical team

About ChristiMD Medical Group

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ChristiMD Medical Group provides a trustworthy and welcoming space for men and women alike, offering the most advanced medical treatments available under one roof. Dr. Christi is double board certified in urology and urogynecology, with over 26 years of experience.

We’ve helped thousands of patients across Texas experience positive, life-changing results. Better doctor. Better techniques. Better results.

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