- Urge/stress Incontinence
- Faecal Urgency/ Incontinence
- Pelvic Pain
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Benign Hypertrophic Prostate
While sitting in the magnetic chair, patients feel a small vibration and will feel their pelvic floor muscles contracting. You may also see the muscles in your thighs contract or twitch. In some cases, his/her muscles may feel tender or fatigued afterwards, as, but only for a short time.
For most patients between 10 to 20.
Some patients report soreness just as is normal after exercising. As your muscles being to build strength, you will no longer experience soreness.
The sound comes from the magnets located in the floor of the chair. The “tapping” or “buzzing” noises thatyou hear result from the cycling of the magnets.
Yes, NeoControl therapy may benefit a patient following Pelvic Floor surgery.You should discuss appropriate timing for therapy with your doctor.
Yes, it is safe to wear a tampon during treatment.
A treatment session
- Patient sits, fully clothed.
- The fields generated penetrate the tissue of the pelvic floor muscles and nerves.
- The patient will feel muscles tighten and relax as they are exercised according to a physician’s prescription.
Long term benefit is also dependent on your willingness to change your behavioural (diet, weight loss, medications, exercise, etc.).
It is not necessary to remove a pessary before sitting in the “Chair”.
Results vary from patient to patient; symptoms of urgency are often reduced after the 2nd or 3rd treatment. An improvement in stress incontinence is may be seen by the 8th treatment, and in most cases, a patient will see improvements by completion of the 20 minutes course of 6-10 treatments.
- Cardiac pacemakers
- Metallic implants and IUD’s
- Diminished sensory perception
- Urinary Tract Infections
Patients should restart it as soon as possible. It is important to comply with the treatment regime prescribed by the doctor. Ideally, patients should ensure that they will be available for the six to eight week period required for treatment before they commence therapy.
Yes, you should follow the treatment prescription that your physician has defined for you.