INTERETS OF PERINEAL REEDUCATION
What is perineal rehabilitation?
Perineal and pelvic rehabilitation aims to strengthen the Pelvien floor muscles to avoid problems of urinary leaks and other dysfunctions.
As a preventive measure, it reduces the risk of being affected by urinary incontinence of effort, and as a curative measure, it may avoid the inconvenience caused by it.
Rehabilitation aims to restore the patient's weaknesses and must be directed by a professional. It is systematically recommended to women as a result of childbirth and in this case, the sessions are reimbursed by Social Security.
- The perineum is the set of muscles between anus and external genital organs. It is delimited by pubis, coccyx and thighs.
- The perineum is the lowest part of the trunk and pelvic region.
What probe to choose?
The choice of probe is essential. Through electrostimulation, the therapist will advise you to determine the most powerful probe according to your morphology and pathology to be treated.
In order to guarantee the best results, our products comply with European standards.
What is electrostimulation?
Through a vaginal probe, an electric current of very low intensity stimulates the perineum so that it contracts. This painless method produces positive effects after a few sessions.
Careful, a bad placement of the probe can create strong uncomfortable sensations and thus a bad stimulation.
The Perisize and Optima references are the most efficient and sold for perineal rehabilitation.
Some effective exercises
We all do, unconsciously, movements that damage our pelvic floor. Remove these bad habits to reduce the risk of perineal fatigue and urinary leakage.
To work his abdominals intelligently, better bet on the sheath.
In order to reduce the risk of perineal release, we must avoid some bad habits that can fatigue our pelvic floor.
Once you have isolated the region from working, here is what you can do:
• Stand, seated or elongated, tighten the muscles around the anus and vagina, without retaining your breathing. Keep the contraction for a few seconds, then release by pushing outwards.
• Elongated, folded knees and slightly widened, contract your muscles slowly and keep the position as long as possible, then relax gently.
• In the same position as before, contract and release as quickly as possible.
• Make series of 5 to 10 contractions, several times a day. Start with 50 contractions a day to gradually increase to 120.
Errors to avoid
• Abdominals, type " Crunch". Privilege the gain!
• Run on foot.
• Remember or stop pee.