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Pelvic floor rehabilitation

Women's pelvic floor is mainly composed of muscles and fascia. Like a hammock, it supports pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus and rectum at the perineal anus to maintain our sexual pleasure, urination, and defecation. In the process of pregnancy and childbirth, normal people inevitably cause different degrees of damage to the pelvic floor muscles, resulting in dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles. Mild patients show vaginal laxity, unsatisfactory sexual life or mild discomfort in the lower abdomen, frequent urination, constipation, etc. In severe cases, urinary incontinence, uterine prolapse, bladder prolapse, rectal prolapse and other diseases cause inexplicable pain , Affect the quality of life, and even cause family disharmony and social dissonance. Obesity, chronic cough, constipation, decreased estrogen, and urogenital infections are also high-risk factors.

Data show that 45% of married and fertile women in China have different degrees of pelvic floor dysfunction and low sexual quality of life (the vaginal muscles will not and / or cannot contract ... fainting). Experts call on the whole society to pay attention to and care for women Prevention of pelvic floor diseases. The majority of women attach great importance to this issue and actively prevent it. Women with this phenomenon should be treated as soon as possible.

In developed countries and regions such as Europe, America, Japan and South Korea, biofeedback, electrical stimulation training and treatment of pelvic floor muscles have been popularized, and pelvic floor muscle training has been routinely performed on women 42 days after delivery, thereby greatly reducing pelvic organ prolapse and The occurrence of pelvic floor dysfunction diseases such as urinary incontinence. At the same time, the nerves and muscles of the pelvic floor are awakened, so that the vagina is better restored to a tight state, thereby improving sexual pleasure and orgasm, and improving the quality of sexual production.

Pelvic floor function rehabilitation technology-is to use biological engineering technology, bioinformatics principles, and rely on high-tech therapeutic instruments to develop personalized treatment plans. For different patients, different frequency, different pulse width, different intensity of electrical stimulation, different effects of biological feedback mode, combined with unique A3 reflection, scene reflection training, wake up the damaged pelvic floor muscles and increase pelvic floor muscle strength And elasticity, so that the pelvic floor function returns to normal. And strengthen vaginal tightening, improve the quality of sexual life, at the same time is conducive to the prevention and treatment of pelvic floor disorders such as urinary incontinence, uterine prolapse.

advantage:

Safety: non-invasive, painless, without taking any medication;

Scientific: Citing European rehabilitation technology with 25 years of history and a large number of clinical effects, combining manual therapy, electrical stimulation, biological feedback, unique A3 reflection, and scene reflection training mode;

Fun: The treatment process is as relaxed and enjoyable as a game;

Long-term effect: After one to two courses of treatment, home rehabilitation training with a pelvic floor rehabilitation device can maintain long-term efficacy.

effect:

The postpartum women's pelvic floor muscle function must have a significant effect;

Enhance vaginal tightening and improve the quality of sexual life;

Various urinary incontinence treatments have significant effects;

Mild to moderate uterine prolapse, bladder prolapse, and rectal prolapse are good;

As an adjuvant treatment for various repairs of pelvic floor tissue, the effect is remarkable.

In order to better serve the majority of women, our hospital introduced French pelvic floor function rehabilitation technology and Europe's most complete equipment-Phenix neuromuscular stimulation therapy instrument, and opened a pelvic floor function rehabilitation project.