Measures muscle activity Increases muscle strength and power of movement Regenerates and relaxes muscles spasms Model: Re-educates muscle Establishes muscle movements Helps reduce pain Tones and keeps in shape for body
Promotes continence Increases pelvic floor muscle strength Maintaines and improves range of movement Model: Increases blood supply and circulation to the public floor muscle Reduces pain Enchances sensory nerve sensitivity Bladder Weakness
Do you ever have problems with Incontinence or a Leaky Bladder? It can be a concern for women when it comes to laughing or jumping, for example. Dr Oz delved into the very common problem of Urinary Incontinence, and how Pelvic Floor Exercises can help.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a very common health problem. While both men and women get UTIs, women are more prone to them. A UTI occurs when the bladder and its exit tubes are infected by bacteria.