What is the pelvic floor muscle?

The pelvic floor muscles are the muscle groups that enclose the pelvic floor. The pelvic muscles are essential for maintaining the normal position and function of the urethra, bladder, vagina, uterus, rectum and other organs. The process of pregnancy and childbirth can cause varying degrees of damage to a woman’s pelvic floor function, resulting in pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.

What are the signs of pelvic floor muscle damage?

In mild cases, the symptoms may include vaginal laxity, unsatisfactory sex life, abdominal cramping, constipation, frequent urination, and other discomforts. In severe cases, urinary incontinence, uterine prolapse, bladder rectum bulge and other diseases may occur, causing unspeakable pain to women.

When is the prime time for pelvic floor muscle recovery?

Six months after delivery is the prime time for pelvic floor recovery. It will take longer to recover one year after delivery. CB Femi’s Health will help postpartum moms to restore their pelvic floor muscles through pelvic muscle electrotherapy, Emsella™️, Kegel exercises and other programs. These programs will greatly reduce the occurrence of pelvic floor dysfunctional diseases such as pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence. In addition, it also stimulates the nerves and muscles and helps with tightening the vagina.

Our Treatments
Using HIFEMTM (High Energy Focused Electromagnetic) technology, the pelvic floor muscles are stimulated to the limit of muscle contraction, allowing for deep muscle remodelling - myogenic fibre growth (muscle enlargement). The treatment produces both new collagen chains and muscle fibres (muscle enlargement), which can train and increase muscle density and volume, thus improving postpartum laxity, urinary leakage, prostate erection and urinary weakness caused by weak pelvic floor muscles, effectively lifting the bladder and vaginal muscles, improving prostate muscle laxity.
Pelvic Floor Electrotherapy
The Pelvic Floor Electrotherapy mainly applies electrical stimulation to the pelvic floor muscles and collects electrical signals from the muscles to help improve the function of the muscle group, promote blood flow metabolism, enhance the immune function of the genitourinary system, and improve the quality of sexual life.

The biggest advantage of the device is that the Glazer assessment can quickly and accurately help pre-pregnancy and post-pregnancy women to assess the muscle strength and endurance of the pelvic floor muscles, with more than 50 built-in programs, allowing women to more intuitively understand the importance of their own pelvic floor muscles.