Pelvic Health Made Easy
Sit on the cushion for 28 minutes to complete 11,200 times of supramaximal contraction of pelvic floor muscles
PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE PROBLEMS
A weak pelvic floor muscle is a common ailment faced mostly by middle aged men and women (between 13-21% of the population at any one time suffer from symptoms of a weak pelvic floor muscle.
WHAT ARE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES?
Pelvic floor muscles support the organs within the pelvic (intestines, vagina, uterus, urethra, bladder and more) and reach from the pubic bone at the front to the spine at the back. It forms the base of the entire pelvis and has a key role in stabilising the lower back and adjacent muscles. As a result of the supporting role of the pelvic floor muscle, any damage to it can result in pelvic floor dysfunction which includes the symptom of being unable to control bowel movements.
WHAT CAUSES A WEAKENED PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE?
There are many reasons why pelvic floor muscles weaken. Some common reasons are pregnancy, childbirth, aging, inactivity, prostate cancer treatment in men, obesity, chronic constipation, heavy lifting, chronic cough. The pelvic floor can also be weakened via infection from a virus, inflammation, overuse or over stretching
The pelvic floor directly affects the functionality of organs like the urethra, rectum, vagina, and prostate gland. Once weakened, this can lead to functional damage to these organs and result in the inability to control bowel movements. For women, a weakened pelvic floor muscle can lead to vaginal and uterine prolapses and for men, prostate problems and erectile disfunction.
PELVIC FLOOR HEALTH
It is essential to maintain a strong and healthy pelvic floor. This is true for both men and women to fend off resulting issues caused by a weak pelvic floor muscle. Benefits include:
- Exercising will also help to maintain or correct an incorrect body posture too.
- May also enable men to achieve orgasm more easily, experience stronger orgasms and increased sensation leading to a positive effect on sexual wellness and intimate relationships
- The earlier that someone starts exercising their pelvic floor muscles, the better.
- Freedom from urinary incontinence
- More confidence to live your life without distractions
- Better sleep with significantly less bathroom breaks
- Enhanced sexual and intimate pleasure
SO HOW DOES THIS TREATMENT WORK?
HIFEM (High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic) field is used to stimulate and cause contractions of the muscles around the pelvic floor, strengthening the pelvic floor and surrounding tissues. By strengthening the pelvic floor, improvements are seen for Stress Incontinence and Urge Incontinence. One 28-minute session will cause 11,200 contractions, the equivalent of performing 11,200 Kegel exercises.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Ultra-Body Sculpting Pelvic Floor Tightening is a non-invasive treatment which is undertaken in short, 28-minute sessions and you will remain fully clothed at all times. You will need about 6 sessions, scheduled twice a week.
During your treatment you may experience tingling and contractions in your pelvic floor muscles and you can resume your normal daily routine immediately after the treatment.
Improvements can be observed after the first session and result will typically continue to improve over the next few weeks.
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