Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser

$219.00

The Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser can provide freedom from the use of incontinence pads and can help sufferers return to a normal lifestyle.

Description

Do you suffer from leaks when you sneeze? Or maybe you have to rush to the bathroom as soon as the “urge” hits? You are not alone, and this is not a normal part of aging! Your pelvic floor muscles are likely weak and need strengthening. The Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser is a simple and easy to use device that can help.  It’s a safe, drug-free, non-surgical solution to treat stress incontinence ( the sneeze leaks) Urge incontinence (the I have to go NOW!) and can help if you have a combo of those. The Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser can provide freedom from the use of incontinence pads and can help sufferers return to a normal lifestyle.

How does it work?

The Elise sends a gentle stimulation to your pelvic floor through a vaginal probe, working your pelvic floor muscle for you and enabling you to develop your own muscle control. Along with pelvic floor exercises, the Elise gently strengthens and tones your pelvic floor muscle which in-turn improves the symptoms of incontinence (bladder weakness). It takes just 20 minutes a day and should be used for a period of 12 weeks. Many see improvements within as little as 3-4 weeks, but it can vary.  After you notice improvement, the treatment changes to maintenance of a couple of times per week using the tone program.  

 

 

The Elise provides relief from 3 forms of incontinence:

Stress Incontinence

Describes the involuntary leakage of urine when a person coughs, sneezes, strains, or makes sudden movements. It is particularly common in women and occurs when the bladder neck and the other mechanisms that act to hold urine in the bladder are not working properly.

Urge Incontinence

Describes an overactive bladder. A person may experience a strong and sudden urge to go to the toilet but are not always able to hold on, or have to go so frequently that it becomes inconvenient.

Mixed Incontinence

A combination of both Stress and Urge Incontinence.