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Designed in the US the Pelvicisor or vaginal barbell is ideal for pelvic floor muscle strengthening and for treating pelvic pain using myofascial release massage
Made with hygienic Stainless Steel (so it can be sterilised, boiled and it won't rust or harbour germs and bacteria) the added attraction with the Pelvicisor is its weight.
Exercising - by making the barbell heavy it means that when you use this standing-up you have to work extra hard to keep the barbell in place, the harder you work, the tighter and stronger your pelvic floor muscles become! Start by sitting down, or using in a reclined position, and work you way up with the squeeze and lift kegel exercises until you are standing. There is a technique to this, but when mastered you'll be amazed at the improvement in sensation, tone and health of the pelvic floor muscles.
Pelvic Pain Release - a 'tight' pelvic floor, is a pelvic floor in pain. Pelvic pain has many sources - it could be following surgery, or an accident, but is also common in sportswomen too. Any pelvic floor can go into spasm and become painful.
To release trigger points in the pelvic floor Clinicians often use a massage wand such as the Therawand, many also like to use the Pelvicisor. It can be warmed and the warmth helps to relax the pelvic floor muscles and improve circulation.Pelvic pain massage points are just inside the vagina, and easily reached by the Pelvicisor.
The Pelvicisor Barbell can also be cooled, this is invaluable when treating painful piles (haemorrhoids)
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|SKU / Product Code||7002|
|Recommended For||Pelvic floor muscle exercising or trigger point massage for pelvic pain|
|Material||Body Safe Stainless Steel|
|Length||16.5cm (6.5 Inches)|
|Width||2.54cm (1 Inch)|
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- Not easy, worth the effort. Review by Rosie R
Rosie R (Posted on 1 July 2016)
The pelvicisor vaginal dumbell will help in a number of ways. The weight helps with the muscle contraction, but a reasonable level of pelvic floor fitness is required. Yes it will help to increase strength and tone, the addition of the weight is particularly beneficial because you have to work to keep the dumbbell in place.
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