While not part of natural aging, stress incontinence is not an uncommon problem among women as they get older. Pregnancy, childbirth, especially multiple births and other factors can lead to a weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. This can cause the bladder to be overworked and lose control in certain situations. For example, laughing, coughing, or dancing can lead to urinary incontinence. The best solution to pelvic floor muscle weakness is a pelvic floor exerciser. One of the best on the market is the Intensity® Kegel Exerciser from InControl Medical.
What Is Intensity®?
The Intensity® Kegel Exerciser is a muscle stimulation device that is made to fit your body. We can inflate the device until it creates a perfect fit with your pelvic muscle walls. This is so that when it is activated, you get full and complete muscle contractions. This creates a much more efficient and fast method of strengthening pelvic floor muscles than doing ordinary kegel exercises.
What Areas Does It Treat?
This device is designed to help you quickly regain muscle strength in your pelvic floor in order to reduce or eliminate stress incontinence. A healthy pelvic floor supports the bladder so that stress or pressure on it does not lead to urinary leakage. If your goal is greater muscle control in our pelvic area, Intensity® may be for you.
How Does This Device Work?
Once inserted and inflated, activating the device begins creating muscle contractions in the pelvic area. With Intensity®, you have a great deal of control over the type and intensity of stimulation you wish to deliver to the pelvic area. A single workout session usually lasts about 10 minutes. We at Radiant Women’s Health will work with you to develop a plan that will safely develop healthy pelvic floor muscle strength in the fastest amount of time.
Intensity® Kegel Exerciser Near Conyers, Atlanta
Stress incontinence does not have to be a fact of life. We at Radiant Women’s Health can help you put the pads away and get back to enjoying life again with a pleasurable and effective treatment for stress urinary incontinence. To learn more, just contact us through the form below or call us at (770) 860-0123 today.