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Pelvic floor electrical stimulation


EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) or NMES (neuromuscular electrical stimulation) devices
are widely used in physical therapy. They work by passing tiny electrical impulses through the nerves and muscle, via electrodes in pads placed on the skin or, in the case of specialist pelvic floor devices, via an internal probe inserted into the vagina or anus.

The tiny impulses stimulate the nerves and muscles, causing the muscle groups of the pelvic floor contract and relax automatically. Stimulation devices are therefore often recommended for women and men who are unable to identify or contract their pelvic floor muscles voluntarily. They can also provide either an alternative or supplement to pelvic floor exercises and other exercise aids.

Stimulation devices help to increase muscle strength, maintain or improve range of movement and increase and improve the blood supply to the muscle.

When using an electrical stimulation device, the electrodes plates on the vaginal or anal probe must be in contact with body tissue. Some users may find that they need to adjust position to ensure that a vaginal probe stays in contact with vaginal tissue. A reclining or sitting posture makes it easier to maintain contact than lying down. We suggest that anyone having difficulty consults a specialist physiotherapist.

Who can't use electrical stimulation?

Read more about the science behind electrical stimulation.

Is electrical stimulation effective? The research says yes.

Channel Nine Embarrassing Bodies (1 Sept 2010) reported that electrical stimulation improved pelvic floor muscle strength by 50% in only a few weeks, without the need to exercise.. Research shows that 12 weeks of treatment is usually required to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, so imagine the difference if you maintain your electrical stimulation routine for the recommended time.

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Pericalm Pelvic Floor Stimulation Unit. Top of the range, and specially designed for the pelvic floor. Simple to use, with 6 pre-set programs, covering incontinence and other pelvic disorders.

Combine with a choice of electrode, enabling you to select the product combination that is right for you.

*Please note : if you don't already have one you will need to order an electrode as one is not supplied with the Pericalm.

We've created the Pericalm & Veriprobe Extra Value Combo Pack to make ordering easy for you, plus you'll save money too! 




pelvic floor exercises InControl. All the benefits of a tiny discreet electrical stimulation unit with 3 pre-set programs for the treatment of stress, urge and mixed incontinence.
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InControl Rechargeable. All the benefits of a tiny discreet electrical stimulation unit with 3 pre-set programs for the treatment of stress, urge and mixed incontinence, with the added benefit of rechargeability and 20v more power than the battery version for that extra stimulation. Includes Veriprobe electrode.More...

(RRP $259)


There are some situations where NMES or TENS devices are not suitable, such as:
Cardiac pacemaker in use
Unstable or serious cardiac arrhythmia
Pregnancy or whilst attempting pregnancy
Broken/irritated skin in the area where the current will be applied
Rectal bleeding or swollen haemorrhoids
Urinary tract or vaginal infections
Seizure disorders
Malignancy or tumour present
Pessary ring or IUD in situ
If in doubt, please consult your health care provider.

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