Pelvic floor stimulation is a non-surgical treatment for urinary incontinence by electrically stimulating the pelvic floor muscles. Stimulation is created by light electrical impulses delivered to the nerves and muscles of the pelvic floor and bladder via a vaginal probe. Electrical stimulation causes the muscles to tighten or contract and therefore strengthening them. An average treatment program lasts 3 to 6 months and varies based on the person’s needs and progress.
The pelvic floor stimulator you will chose depends on your condition, needs and goals and the following table will help you establish which one is best for you. If you are not sure which one applies to your situation, feel free to contact us, we will be glad to assist you.
|Name||XFT iEase||Vagitone VT-526||Pelvifine VT-518||Cleo Q Discreet|
|More Info||More Info||More Info||More Info||More Info|
|Money Back Guarantee|
|One Year Guarantee|
|Type||Biofeedback||Electrical Stimulation||Electrical Stimulation||Electrical Stimulation|
|Number of Programs||2||4||11||12|
|Speed of Results||Fast||Fast||Fast||Fastest|
|Frequency & Urge|
|Pelvic Muscle Relaxation|
|Pelvic Floor Weakness Prevention|
|Pelvic Muscle Tone Maitenance|
|Pelvic Floor Workout|
|Lack Of Intimate Sensation|
|Pre-Conception To Build Strength|