EMP Chair in Hamburg

The treatment is aimed at women’s pelvic floor health, which is serious but often not perceived accordingly by society.

The technology is mature, non-invasive, very moderate and easy to tolerate. It has a good diagnostic effect for various diseases such as aginal prolapse, bladder rectum prolapse, chronic pelvic pain.

The whole process of diagnosis and treatment is relaxed and pleasant.

With us you are in experienced and trained hands. We take care that you feel well treated all around!

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Advantages of using the EMP Chair

35% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 suffer from erectile dysfunction.

A revolutionary form of treatment for erectile dysfunction: The EMP Chair is a non-invasive form of treatment for men suffering from this very embarrassing problem.

The EMP Chair is one of the most effective ways to combat erection problems. Electromagnetic pulses stimulate the muscles of the pelvic floor. The pulses restore neuromuscular control. It can also prevent incontinence.

  • This is the most advanced non-invasive vaginal tightening technology; no need to undress, safe, comfortable, no convalescence.
  • One treatment cycle replaces 10,000 Kegel exercises and the treatment effect is stronger.
  • Each treatment only needs 28 minutes, no pain, no anesthesia and no convalescence time.
  • Remedy pelvic floor dysfunction, improve vaginal dryness and flaccidity, urinary incontinence, suitable for men and women.

According to the different, the EMP Chair has different effect:

Mothers after giving birth

  • Strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles
  • Improvement of the frequency of urination
  • Prevention of incontinence in old age and improvement of urine dribbling

Mature women

  • Tightening of the vaginal muscles
  • Strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles
  • Improvement of firmness and elasticity
  • urinary incontinence
  • protruding lower abdomen
  • vaginal relaxation and other problems


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