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Stress Incontinence

Could TESLAChair be the Answer to Your Pelvic Floor Issues?

Dermal Filler - Clinics International

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) can be an embarrassing and uncomfortable condition for many women and men. It occurs when they experience leakage from everyday activities such as coughing, sneezing, lifting, laughing or exercising. Recent estimates show that between 3 to 6 million people are affected by urinary leakage in the UK alone.

Fortunately, modern technology has developed a solution to help men and women who suffer in silence. The TESLAChair is the latest in pelvic floor rehabilitation and it offers an effective way for those suffering from SUI to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles and regain control of their bladder.

The TESLAChair works by using magnetic pulses to stimulate your pelvic floor muscles. As you sit in the chair, its magnetic signals are transmitted through the perineum (the area between the anus and vulva) which triggers muscle contractions. These contractions help to strengthen and tone the pelvic floor muscles.

The TESLAChair also has the benefit of being non-invasive, works over the clothes and is a discreet treatment, meaning you can have your sessions in comfort and privacy with no downtime. This makes it an ideal solution for those looking to strengthen their pelvic floor without the need for surgery.

The program is tailored based on your condition and results can be seen in as little as three to four weeks. With regular use of the TESLAChair, you can expect to experience improved bladder control and decreased symptoms of stress urinary incontinence.

    Treatment Areas

  • Pelvic Floor Strengthening
  • Stress Incontinence
  • Urge Incontinence
  • Post-Natal Incontinence
  • Diastasis Recti

    Treatment Info

  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Downtime: No Downtime
  • Lasts: Long term
  • Results: Pelvic Floor Strengthening
  • Suggested sessions: 6 - 16 session depending on the patient condition
  • Intervals: Minimum twice a week

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