TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) machines are devices that emit low voltage current to stimulate nerves. They’re often used as a means of providing pain relief (in sore muscles or tension headaches, for example) and yes, there are TENS machines for your pelvic floor as well.
UK based company Tenscare offers a line of Pelvic Floor Exercisers which send a gentle stimulation to your pelvic floor through a vaginal probe, thereby working your pelvic muscle for you with the intention of enabling you to develop your own muscle control. Some of these devices include Biofeedback, so you can measure how well you are controlling your pelvic floor muscles.
The PeriCoach is a pelvic floor training device by Australian company Analytica. It combines a pelvic floor training sensor that you insert and squeeze against, along with an app to guide your training and track your progress. Your results can … read more
The truth is that most women who leak want to keep it anonymous because it’s embarrassing – it takes the average woman about six years managing stress urinary incontinence before she will seek medical support, making SUI a highly under-reported … read more
This new kegel exerciser, kGoal, was developed by a pelvic floor physiotherapist and an engineer. It’s an insertable silicon device that can be linked to an app that measures pelvic floor muscle performance. The device also provides internal biofeedback by … read more