Prostatectomy Incontinence

Prostatectomy is a traumatic event for any man whether for the treatment of cancer or just for enlarged prostate. There is no need for a man to suffer losing urine or bladder control after prostatectomy.


  • 90,000 PROSTATECTOMIES annually in the United States.
  • 174,000 diagnosed with prostate cancer every year
  • Most common complication? INVOLUNTARY LOSS OF URINE!!

Other benign reasons for urine loss in men:

  • Obesity
  • uncontrolled diabetes
  • chronic cough as with asthmatics
  • neurologic disorders

The Emsella chair is great whether you have urge incontinence or stress incontinence.
Preoperative Emsella therapy is a great way to lessen urine leaking after surgery

STOP the dribble of urine with THE EMSELLA® CHAIR.

  • 11,200 kegels in a 28 minute session!!
  • Seated in a chair and FULLY DRESSED.

Surgery was tough enough. Being WET is not necessary!

Pelvic floor strengthened by thousands of contractions.
A urethral sling or artificial sphincter are surgical remedies but difficult to perform
Pelvic floor stimulation is the best alternative.