Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser

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Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser from TensCare, with Vaginal Probe

 

Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser.

Incontinence is a common problem for women, affecting their long term quality of life, exercising the pelvic floor muscle is recognised as a way of preventing and treating symptoms of incontinence.

However, many women are unable to perform pelvic floor exercises effectively. Elise helps by building the muscle strength and helping you learn how to control your muscles. 

 

The Elise is a very well built, discreet and compact pelvic floor exerciser designed for home use.

Features:

  • It has programmes for "Stress", "Urge", and "Mixed" incontinence as well as sexual wellbeing.
  • These programmes use clinically proven parameters.
  • Results can be felt within weeks.
  • Elise is suitable for women of all ages.

 

Design:

  • Elegant, slim line design with unique, rechargeablle Li-Ion battery
  • Simple controls with 4 preset programmes
  • Backlit display

 

How continence stimulation works

The Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser, through a vaginal probe or pads, sends a gentle stimulation to your pelvic floor muscle using clinically recognised programmes.

Although pelvic floor exercises produce the best results, once your muscle has lost its tone it can be very difficult to do voluntary exercise properly. The Elise works your muscle for you and helps to develop your own muscle control. It is also possible to treat faecal incontinence in both males and females using an anal probe. If in doubt contact your continence adviser before using the Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser.  

Just use the Elise for 20 minutes every day. Like all forms of exercise, it may take some weeks for you to feel a benefit.

Comes complete with Liberty internal contact electrode for single patient use

 

Consult your physician before use if you have:

  • A pacemaker
  • A Prolapse
  • An Infection
  • Have had recent surgery
  • Have been treated for Cervical Cancer
  • Are pregnant
  • Ever sufferd from epilepsy
  • A copper contraceptive coil

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  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by Kristina Romanyuk on 24th Nov 2016

    Excellent results and fast delivery