Treat pelvic floor disorders with EMSCULPT at our Western Sydney Health Clinic.

Improve your health with Emsculpt

With busy schedules and day-to-day errands to run the Emsculpt makes it easy for you to treat pelvic inconsistencies and strengthen your pelvic floor and muscles simply and efficiently.

The Emsculpt is a non-invasive treatment option that can aid in urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorders while also improving things like posture, balance and back pain. The machine is simple and clinically proven to aid both men and women improve their muscle strength and pelvic floor simultaneously, giving back and improving the lives of all of our patients. 

The Emscuplt incorporates high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy (HIFEM) to contract your pelvic floor muscles over 10,000 times in a 28 min session. 

The stimulation sees the muscles develop and get stronger quicker than any exercise regime. The treatment is a highly beneficial option for women suffering from pelvic floor disorders brought on by abdominal separation during pregnancy and birth.

Safe, quick and easy

The treatment helps women improve their control over their urine flow, alleviate lower back pain as well as relieve constipation.

Emsculpt will do the work for you effectively and proven to be applicable to everyone. Clothed and comfortable, you can simply sit back and relax whilst the high-frequency vibrancy does the work for you.  Say goodbye to those daily Keigal exercises and hello to Emsculpt, we make it simple and help you get your health back on track. 

Single sessions are $149 or save with a 10 sessions package at $1000!


  • Build muscle
  • Boost metabolism
  • Non-invasive
  • Promotes injury recovery and prevention
  • Quick treatment sessions, fast results
  • Painless
  • No side effects after treatment

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Get your health back on track

Back on Track Health Clinic

(02) 9604 9744

Shop 41, 1024 The Horsley Dr, Wetherill Park NSW

Copyright by Back on Track 2020. All rights reserved.

Copyright by Back On Track 2020. All rights reserved.