The Pelvic Floor Educator is a revolutionary solution that helps women develop a strong and healthy pelvic floor.
The Educator can help to eliminate problems associated with incontinence by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.
This is a unique and effective treatment for incontinence that puts patients in control and has been used by continence care specialists throughout the world for many years.
The Pelvic Floor Educator improves bladder control within weeks by teaching using pelvic floor exercises to ensure correct contractions of the muscles.
The Educator can be used for all kinds of pelvic floor and incontinence problems, including those caused by pregnancy and child birth, the menopause and weight issues.
It is an extremely simple and easy to use treatment for incontinence problems, yet the information from the Educator could be some of the most valuable you may ever receive.
The advantages of the Pelvic Floor Educator include:
- Valuable information on pelvic floor performance
- A quick and effective treatment for incontinence problems
- Muscle condition monitoring
- Can be used in the long term for on-going pelvic floor exercise programmes
Even if you already do pelvic floor exercises, the Educator can assess your technique and monitor your improvement.
It puts you in control of your incontinence problems and is also recommended by healthcare professionals.
Within weeks you will see results in your pelvic floor health - it's easy to use and using it for a few minutes each day will help to improve your pelvic floor strength.
The Pelvic Floor Educator should not be used during pregnancy.
- Revolutionary design that teaches correct pelvic floor contractions
- Beneficial to all adult females whether they have a continence problem or not
- Simple and easy to use
- Strengthens the pelvic floor muscles
- Ensure correct pelvic floor contractions
- Effective treatment for incontinence
- Latex free
How to use the Pelvic Floor Educator
- Before use, always wash the Pelvic Floor Educator in warm soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly
- Attach the indicator wand to the body of the Pelvic Floor Educator
- Sit comfortably on the edge of a chair or toilet, or lay on the bed with your head and upper body supported by pillows with your knees raised and apart
Insert the Pelvic Floor Educator body gently into the vagina, rather like inserting a tampon
- You may wish to use a lubricant such as KY Jelly
- Once the Pelvic Floor Educator is comfortably in position, the indicator wand should be clearly visible in front of you
- You can now pull up the pelvic floor muscles. The easiest way to do this is to pull in the very lowest stomach muscles, just above the pelvis and then tighten the muscles around the back passage. While doing this the pelvic floor muscles will tighten
- If you are pulling up the pelvic floor muscles in the right way you will notice that the tip of the indicator wand will move downwards, towards the floor. You may also notice that the indicator wand may also move slightly to one side or the other, this is perfectly normal, it just shows that one side of the muscles may be stronger than the other
- If you are ?bearing down? as if you were emptying your bowels, the tip of the indicator wand will move upwards towards your stomach
- Once you are confident that you are contracting correctly, practice holding a contraction for two to three seconds and then relax slowly. You can use the Pelvic Floor Educator to practice making these contractions stronger and longer
A strong, healthy pelvic floor will help avoid leaks on coughing or sneezing and when exercising putting you back in control.
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