Tenscare Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser
A discreet and compact pelvic floor exerciser designed for the rehabilitation of stress, urge and mixed incontinence as well as sexual wellbeing.
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The Elise Pelvic Floor Exerciser has been created to help users to exercise and tone their pelvic floor muscles, it has been acknowledged that exercising these muscles can help prevent and treat symptoms of incontinence. Many women are unable to effectively perform kegel exercises, the Elise can help with this by building the muscle strength as well as helping the user to learn how to control their muscles.
This pelvic floor exerciser comes complete with probe and clinically tested programmes for Stress, Urge and Mixed incontinence as well as sexual well-being, which have proven to be highly effective. The Elise has an easy start, one touch memory - the unit remembers the last programme and the strength setting used, with the touch of one button the strength level returns to 50% of the last level used.
The Elise has the added feature of Comfortable Stimulation™, the stimulation strength increases gradually, which makes the feeling very comfortable for the user. The pelvic floor muscle is like any other muscle and should not be overworked, the Elise has a safety duration override which is designed to ensure the muscle is not overworked, this is set to twenty minutes.
With this pelvic floor exerciser results can be felt within weeks and it is suitable for women of all ages. Single patient use.
Benefits & Features
- Easy Start - One Touch Memory
- Clinically Tested Programmes
- Comfortable Stimulation™
- Safety Duration Override
- Rechargeable LI-ION Battery
- Results Felt Within Weeks
Not to be used if the user:
- Has a pacemaker
- Is pregnant
- Suffers from epilepsy
- Is using a copper coil contraceptive
The user is advised to consult their physician before use if they have a prolapse, infection, recently had surgery or have been treated for cervical cancer.
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|Suitable For||Urinary Incontinence|