Be free to live an active life. One in four women experiences a degree of incontinence after giving birth, and anyone can suffer from the condition at any time of their lives. Despite this prevalence, it can be debilitating, embarrassing, unpleasant and seldom discussed, and very few sufferers seek treatment or help. However, this common condition can be easily treated.
Physiotherapists and doctors recommend pelvic floor exercises to help improve levels of continence, but often these are not enough on their own, and it is very difficult to know exactly which muscles need to be exercised. In some cases the muscles may be so weak that they are unable to perform simple movements in the first place. Some women are unable to voluntarily exercise the pelvic floor muscle themselves and require assistance. This is when the Elise is required, playing a vital role in locating and exercising the muscle for you. The Elise is the ideal way to build up strength in the pelvic floor, and results can be seen in as little as a few weeks.
The Pelvic Floor muscle is like any other human muscle, it requires exercise and attention to remain active and strong. The Elise works by stimulating that muscle, inducing the muscle to contract and be exercised.
The Elise unit contains 4 clinically proven programs that are effective against the urge, stress and mixed incontinence by treating the overactive nerves in this area.