About Bladder Leakage
How Does Pelvic Wave Work?
Once seated, a certified operator will turn on the power supply to begin treatment. An adjustment of the settings and power intensity are performed based on the specific patient’s parameters.
Each treatment is a total of 20 minutes. Both women and men can be treated.
How Many Treatments Does It Take?
Once the initial treatment has ended, we recommend bi-annual visits every six months (3 treatments in a week) for pelvic floor maintenance.
Will I Feel Any Discomfort?
Like most “workouts” patients may experience some soreness and muscle fatigue at the end of treatment. This is typical within the first 2-3 weeks of the program.
Over time, the muscular structure is strengthened and new neuro-pathways are established between the brain and the pelvic floor structure. This combination generates positive long-term effects.
Are There Contraindications?
- Who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant
- Have an implantable cardiac pacemaker or implantable cardio defibrillator
- Have a history of cardiac arrhythmia or arterial fibrillation (AFib)
Any Additional Side Effects?
For women, these include but are not limited to the gluteal region, vaginal wall, hamstring and abdomen.
For men, these include but are not limited to the gluteal region, hamstring, and abdomen. Additionally, Pelvic Wave treatments can also increase urinary stream and enhance sexual performance.