HISTORY, MECHANISM & RESEARCH
History of Magnetic Induction
Faraday discovered that muscle contractions could be induced by the application of time-varying magnetic fields.
Our mission is to significantly improve the quality of life for our patients who suffer from urinary incontinence. We do this through a safe, non-invasive and pain-free process using the revolutionary ExMI technology.
The time-varying magnetic fields create an electrical potential that causes ion flow (Eddy currents) within the targeted tissues. The musculature responds with contractions determined by the output pulse rate of the system.
When the output pulse rate exceeds that of the muscle’s ability to contract and relax with each pulse, the result is a constant and steady contraction.
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OB/GYN clinics, Chiropractic practices, Physical Therapy facilities, Med Spas, Wellness Centers, Rehabilitation Hospitals and Plastic Surgery Centers.
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Upon execution of a lease, Pelvic Wave partners are trained and certified for safety and operational use.
Partners charge cash to customers for services rendered. A portion of your monthly lease is pooled with other local Pelvic Wave Centers to support education and brand awareness within your local market.
Types of Partners
The spatial requirement is approximately 25 square feet (5×5 ft space) and consists of a chair, power supply and end table/cabinet. Access to a standard 110V wall plug is also required.
Pelvic Wave partner examples include; OB/GYN clinics, Chiropractic practices, Physical Therapy facilities, Med Spas, Wellness Centers, Rehabilitation Hospitals and Plastic Surgery Centers.
Large Growing Markets
- A CDC report in 2000 claimed that the cost of bladder incontinence among adults in the U.S. was estimated at $19.5 billion.
- Urinary incontinence affects up to 25 million people in the US.
- In women aged 42-64, approximately 68% experience urinary incontinence at least once a month.
- A 2006 study published by Obstet Gynecol reported that women with incontinence spend an average of $900 annually managing this issue.
- Urinary incontinence is a leading cause of falls and nursing home admission.
- More than 33% of new mothers experience urinary incontinence postpartum.