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Urinary Incontinence Treatment- Pelvic Floor rehabilitation | EDAN

The P series for all-aged women assesses and treats pelvic floor dysfunction(PFD). With its unique signal extraction algorithm, the system aces in accuracy.

Why Ob Gyn Urgent Care Experts Recommend Biofeedback For Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic floor dysfunction is a condition that many women experience these days. Ob Gyn urgent care experts know the importance of biofeedback and stimulation treatment.

Are you interested in learning what pelvic floor dysfunction is? It is a condition when you are not in a position to control the muscles that aid you have a bowel movement with completion. Even though it can affect both men and women, it is more common in women these days. The symptoms of this condition include pain and strain with bowel movements and constipation. Even, some patients experience unexplainable pain in the rectum or genitals, pelvis and lower back.

Treatment For Pelvic Floor Dysfunction:

To treat the discomfort caused by Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, your doctor might give you pain injections. But, as against these painful injections, the best thing you can do is talk to ob gyn urgent care provider about Biofeedback and Stimulation Treatment. It is a non-invasive and pain-free procedure that is known to provide the best relief for pelvic floor dysfunction.

What is Biofeedback and Stimulation Treatment?

Biofeedback and electrical stimulation are a couple of techniques that some OB Gyn urgent care practitioners recommend to their patients. They recommend this treatment for urinary incontinence. The good thing about this technique is that after you get this treatment, you can continue to train your pelvic floor muscles at home to strengthen them. You need not have to frequently visit the OB GYN Urgent care unit or physical therapist that can be a fearsome experience for some women.

What can the biofeedback technique do to you?

When it comes to pelvic floor dysfunction treatment, with biofeedback technique, you as a patient, can get to see how your pelvic floor muscles work. Also, with the help of your ob gyn urgent care or physical training expert, you can train your pelvic floor muscles. This can happen in the same way as you train your abs. Through your smartphone, you can visualize the voluntary contraction of your pelvic floor in real-time.

In short, biofeedback is a natural and active solution. The reason is that you can do it yourself. In other words, with this technique, you can train your pelvic floor muscles yourself with initial help from your ob gyn urgent care expert. As the biofeedback device captures the movement of your pelvic floor muscles and gives feedback, it will help with your progress. You will work and learn simultaneously to control your bladder.

How Is Biofeedback different from electrical stimulation?

For the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, electrical stimulation is another method useful. It is a technology that works on low voltage electric current. It will stimulate your pelvic floor muscles without requiring any action from your end. When the device does its work you will do nothing.

You can use the electrical stimulation technique before biofeedback. For the best pelvic floor dysfunction, you can rely on us at Edan. We help physical therapists get the best biofeedback and stimulation unit. With our device, they can provide the right treatment to their patients, who feel this issue to be an intimate problem that can be discussed only with a therapist.

How Can Our Unit Help physical therapists?

Many Ob Gyn Urgent Care experts recommend their patients with pelvic floor dysfunction to visit a physical therapist. So, it becomes the responsibility of physical therapists to use the best device biofeedback and stimulation system to provide a reliable non-invasive treatment to their patients. This is where our unit with the best set of features can come in handy for these therapists. We offer this pelvic floor dysfunction treatment device as a comprehensive solution to provide the right care to patients visiting the OB GYN Urgent Care unit with severe pain in the pelvic area.

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Rewrite the rules of physical therapist

Studies show that nearly 30 to 50 percent of women suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction(PFD), which lowers 

people’s living standard a lot. Nowadays, biofeedback and electric simulation become main treatment methods to PFD. 

For the purpose of offering comprehensive solution to care women health, we lunch the P Series into market to address 

the unmet need in pelvic floor rehabilitation. It provides rigorous pelvic muscular assessment and diverse treatment methods to therapists.

4 EMG/STIM Channels & 1 Pressure Channel

4 EMG/STIM Channels & 1 Pressure Channel

2 evaluation methods for pelvic muscular condition

Different scenario pelvic muscular assessment

Customized muscular assessment definition

Intelligent interpret for individual report

Pelvic floor exercise re-education

Unique Signal Extraction Algorithm 

Unique elusive signal extraction algorithm guarantees the accuracy of muscular assessment 

and avoids the individual difference, which is convenient for doctors to treat patients of whole age spectrum. 

                          Intelligent treatment package

According to the result of muscular assessment, P series can generate a comprehensive treatment 

schedule to address the patient’s need. What’s more, doctor can pick up fixed protocols to treat corresponding 

diseases or define a new protocol specifically. 

Diverse treatment methods

Provide a variety of treatment methods to use in different application, which contains electrostimulation, 

biofeedback training, relaxation training and dilation training. Doctors can assembly treatment sequence by themselves.


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