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Pelvic Floor Magnetic Stimulator

Approved by the first-line authority to care for the health of the pelvic floor

 

New technology in pelvic floor rehabilitation

-Pelvic floor magnetic stimulation

The pelvic floor magnetic stimulation technology can stimulate and activate the pelvic floor nerve to generate nerve impulse, promote the pelvic floor blood circulation, cause muscle contraction, enhance the activity and strength of the pelvic floor muscle, so as to treat the pelvic floor dysfunction diseases.

Compared to electrical stimulation, it's non-invasive, painless, deeper, wider, and safer.

Multiple Mechanisms Combined Rejuvenate the Pelvic Floor

Embedded magnetic coils generate pulsed electromagnetic fields that penetrate deep into the pelvic floor muscles, causing stimulation and contraction of the pelvic floor nerves.

 

By repeatedly activating the terminal motor nerve fibers and motor end plates, the strength and endurance of the pelvic floor muscles can be strengthened, the activity of the pelvic floor muscles can be changed, and the effect of treating pelvic floor functional diseases can be achieved.

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Functional magnetic stimulation can lead to reflex activation of the efferent nerve in the lower abdomen and/or central inhibition of the efferent nerve in the pelvis by stimulating sensory afferent nerve pathways in the pelvic floor. For example, when treating neurogenic overactive bladder (OAB), the excited impulses produced by functional magnetic stimulation can proceed on the thoracolumbinal sympathetic neurons to stimulate the sympathetic nerve, while inhibit the parasympathetic nerve and reduce the contractile force of the detrusor muscle

Sacral nerve stimulation has been successfully used to treat functional urinary problems such as detrusor overactivity, urinary retention, and fecal incontinence. Some of these patients with constipation also had improvements in bowel movements and rectal emptying. The technique is based on the concept that stimulation through the sacral foramen may alter nerve activity innervated by the bladder, lower intestine, and

pelvic floor nerves. Generally, sacral nerve stimulation is done by stimulating S2-S4 nerve roots to generate electrical activity on specific neural pathways. For example, when treating

neurogenic overactive bladder (OAB), sacral magnetic stimulation can induce changes in the spinal reflex arc neurons and inhibit the activity of (-fibers. Therefore, in the case of nerve injury, inhibition plays a dominant role in inhibiting bladder overactivity, so as to achieve therapeutic effect

•1998

FDA approves magnetic stimulator to treat pelvic floor muscle weakness and restore neuromuscular control in women with urinary incontinence.

• 2014

Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of urological diseases in China - Magnetic stimulation can effectively improve the symptoms of stress urinary incontinence.

•2017

European Association of Urology - EAU Guidelines on Chronic Pelvic Pain, magnetic stimulation as an optional physiotherapy intervention.

•2017

European Association of Urology - EAU Guidlines on Neuro-Urology, electrical stimulation and magnetic stimulation are currently the main bladder rehabilitation techniques.

•2018

FDA approves magnetic stimulator to treat pelvic floor muscle weakness and restore neuromuscular control in men with urinary incontinence.

•2019

Chinese Medical Association Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Guidelines and Consensus-Weakly recommend the use of pelvic floor magnetic stimulation combined with biofeedback for the treatment of overactive bladder.

(level II evidence, level C recommendation)

•2019

Chinese Medical Association Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Guidelines and Consensus-weakly recommend the use of magnetic stimulation for neurogenic bladder. (level Ill evidence, level C recommendation)

•2019

Chinese Medical Association Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Guidelines and Consensus-Magnetic therapy can induce pelvic floor muscles to relieve spasm of pelvic floor muscles, increase pain threshold, thereby reducing pain and

treating interstitial cystitis. 6(level Ill evidence, level B recommendation)

•2021

Guidelines for Plastic Surgery Treatment of Vaginal Laxity-Electromagnetic stimulation therapy is an auxiliary method for the treatment of pelvic floor muscle relaxation, which is helpful to the treatment of VL (vaginal relaxation) It is recommended that young postpartum patients adopt this treatment method.

•2022

European Association of Urology - EAU Guidelines on Management of Non-Neurogenic Female Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms - Extracorporeal magnetic stimulation may improve bladder outlet obstruction symptoms by enhancing the ability to relax the pelvic floor during urination in patients with bladder outlet obstruction.

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