A non-invasive, comfortable, and at-ease treatment that is non-embarrassing and reassuring.
Using HIFEMTM (High Energy Focused Electromagnetic) technology, the pelvic floor muscles are stimulated to the limit of muscle contraction, allowing for deep muscle remodeling – myogenic fiber growth (muscle enlargement). The treatment produces both new collagen chains and muscle fibers (muscle enlargement), which can train and increase muscle density and volume, thus improving postpartum laxity, and urinary leakage caused by weak pelvic floor muscles, effectively lifting the bladder and vaginal muscles, and improving the quality of sexual life.
During delivery, the constant compression of the fetal head puts the pelvic floor muscles in a constant state of strain. Just as we pull a rubber band with our hands, the constant transitional strain causes the band to lose its elasticity. So is the pelvic floor muscles, which become flaccid after giving birth. Studies have pointed out that patients with urinary incontinence, whether stress or acute, are gradually getting younger. Yet only 20% of female patients are willing to seek medical attention. Due to the narrowing of the urethra in women, inflammation of organs near the bladder, such as vaginitis, cervicitis, and pelvic infections, can indirectly cause excessive bladder contraction. Pelvic floor muscle laxity is no longer a problem only for elderly and postpartum women. As a new generation of women, it is more important to pay attention to the health of the body and exude confidence from the inside out. Intimate health issues should not be ignored.
The following FAQs address contraindicated matters as well as postpartum recovery and precautions that you may encounter after you have enjoyed your session with us. Please contact us if you have additional questions or need further assistance.
1.Treatment is not recommended if patients have metal or electronic implants such as metal contraceptive rings/implanted pacemakers/implanted defibrillators/implanted neurostimulators at treatment sites.
2.Treatment is not recommended if patients have implanted drug pumps.
3.Treatment is not recommended if patients have malignant tumors.
4.Treatment is not recommended if patients have epilepsy. Treatment is not recommended if patients have recently received surgical procedures.
1.Do not use or wear metal and electronic devices during treatment, such as cell phones, watches, electronic headphones, umbilical rings, metal jewelry, belts with metal buckles, etc.