The pelvic floor is a bowl-shaped group of muscles that support the bladder, bowel (colon), rectum, and other organs (the prostate in men and the uterus in women). They prevent incontinence of bladder and bowel, prolapse and are also important in sexual function. Weak pelvic floor muscles can lead to issues with erections, ejaculation, & urination.Our pelvic floor treatment helps strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
This treatment uses electromagnetic energy focused pulse technology, the whole treatment is safe and non-invasive,During the treatment, energy can penetrate deeply into the pelvic floor muscles and stimulate the entire pelvic floor area. It can strengthen the basin muscles, avoid urine leakage, and enhance sexual sensitivity.The technology emits focused electromagnetic energy that induces supramaximal muscular contractions in the pelvic floor region. This deep muscle stimulation offers benefits over Kegel exercises.
The pelvic floor can be weakened by a number of factors, such as:
* prostate cancer treatment,
* prostate cancer surgery.
* Heavy lifting
* Heavy smoking
* Chronic bronchitis
* Change in hormone levels
* Lack of fitness and core muscle strength
Painful intercourse and premature ejaculation
Other problems with having a weak but overactive pelvic floor for all genders are pain with sex,
Having pain during sex is not a normal experience. For men If ejaculating is the source of pain or if you’re experiencing premature ejaculation too often, pelvic floor treatments can help
Incontinence and frequent urination
Incontinence occurs more commonly as people age, Pelvic floor treatments can help treat the following incontinence-related health issues:
* Urinary incontinence
* Fecal incontinence
* Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
* Straining to start or stop urinating
* Needing to urinate more than every 3–4 hours
* Getting up to urinate more than once a night
Causes of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction in women
The pelvic floor can be weakened by:
* supporting the weight of the uterus during pregnancy
* vaginal childbirth, which may overstretch the muscles
* the pressure of obesity
* chronic constipation and straining to poo
* constant coughing
* some forms of surgery that require cutting the muscles (including prostate cancer treatment in males)
* lower levels of oestrogen after menopause
* pelvic floor muscle tension caused by painful periods, endometriosis.
Symptoms of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction in women dysfunction include:
* leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing or running
* failing to reach the toilet in time
* passing wind from either the anus or vagina when bending over or lifting
* reduced sensation in the vagina
* tampons that dislodge or fall out
* a distinct bulge at the vaginal opening
* a sensation of heaviness in the vagina
* a heaviness or dragging in the pelvis or back
* recurrent urinary tract infections, or recurrent thrush
* vulval pain, pain with sex, inability to orgasm.
The treatment has been shown to strengthen muscles, increase blood flow, help restore neuromuscular control, and increase production of collagen and elastin, in addition to strengthening the muscles
The treatment involves at least six sessions which are performed twice a week over a three-week period. Each session takes approximately 30 minutes.
Treatment is 2000 plus HST
Maintain session is $300 HST