Urinary incontinence is common especially in women who have had babies, weakened core muscles, and damage to the pelvic floor. Men with a hernia, or prior hernia surgery are susceptible too. Working out the pelvic floor muscles is part of the recovery fix for leaky bladder or urinary incontinence. But how do you make these muscles stronger?
The treatment I’ve seen work the best so far is the Pulsed Electro Magnetic Frequency or PEMF. It seems to work better than what the physical therapist are doing to try and activate the pelvic floor muscles by hand. The goal of the PEMF treatment for urinary incontinence is to contract and relax the small pelvic floor muscles AND increase the micro-circulation. The PEMF machine feels good when it’s on you, and you get to enjoy just sitting still and relaxing.
far I have been able to get patients to go for long walks or short jogs without
leakage, play catch with their kids without pain in the pelvis area again, and have
less embarrassment from the whole thing.
No one should have to miss out on life because of urinary incontinence! Try strengthening your pelvic floor muscles with the PEMF.