Pelvic Floor Electrical Stimulation is a non-invasive treatment
which activates natural nerve and muscle mechanisms in the
treatment of urinary incontinence.
Floor Exercises (Kegel Exercises) are often prescribed to
strengthen and tone the neuromuscular tissue of the pelvic floor in the
treatment of stress and mixed incontinence. However, these
exercises can be very difficult or impossible for some patients to
perform correctly. Either because of extreme weakness of their
pelvic muscles or difficulty in identifying the correct muscles to
exercise, these patients are unable to benefit from pelvic floor
exercise therapy. In the past, these patients often had to resort
to surgery with the associated risks, side effects and long
patients suffering from urinary incontinence may regain
bladder control using Pelvic Floor Stimulation (PFS) therapy.