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How strong is your pelvic floor? Assess and improve your pelvic floor muscles now!
Do you know how strong your pelvic floor muscles really are? Would you like to know how strong, or weak they are, before you start a range of kegel exercises so that you can monitor your progress along the way? Then Find out with the Neen Peritone EMG Biofeedback Unit! The Neen Peritone EMG Biofeedback Unit can assess your pelvic muscle activity and diagnose continence levels, as well as help you to get stronger by measuring muscle movement during exercise.
Suitable for use in clinics or at home, the Peritone can measure activity from as low as 0.2V to as high as 2000v, which makes it suitable for people who have very limited strength and control to those who have already taken some steps to strengthen and want to keep track of their improvement.
It is a hand-held biofeedback device that shows you exactly how strong your pelvic floor muscles are and helps you with manual pelvic floor exercises (also known as kegel exercises). Used with the Periform probe or Anuform probe you can practice your pelvic floor exercises at home and monitor your improvement every step of the way! After all, you wouldn't start a diet without weighting or measuring yourself first, so why start to rehabilitate and strengthen your pelvic floor without being able to measure your progress?
How does Neen Peritone EMG Biofeedback Unit work?
Pelvic Floor Muscles emit a tiny electrical current when you make them contract (this is measured in microvolts - µv). This activity is picked up through the probe, and the information is then shown on the Peritone screen – this is known as ‘biofeedback’. As you contract your pelvic floor muscles you will see the LED lights on the screen increase and light up. As you relax your muscles the LEDs will decrease and switch off. Peritone helps you to understand your pelvic floor muscles, allows you monitor your improvement and is a valuable motivation tool in keeping you focussed and continuing to do your exercises.
Peritone is manufactured by Neen, a leading pelvic health company which specialises in developing equipment that really work when it comes to toning the pelvic floor and reducing incontinence. Neen products are used by healthcare professionals and patients worldwide.
The Peritone is compatible with both vaginal and anal probes, and can even be used with surface electrodes to assess muscle activity on all other parts of the body as an aid to recovery from injury.
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|SKU / Product Code||92229|
|Recommended For||If you are using the Neen Peritone EMG Biofeedback Unit with the guidance of a Continence Specialist or Physiotherapist it will help them to monitor your progress in between appointments.|
|Included Contents||Unit supplied with: Patient cable and reference cable, battery, user manual, stand to hold unit upright during use, soft carry case.|
|Power||1 x 9v Battery (Included)|
|Warranty||Two-year manufacturer's warranty.|
|User Manual||View and/or Download the Peritone EMG Biofeedback Instructions For Use|
|Colour||Green & white|
|Does Not Include||Probes or electrodes|
|Size||28 x 64 x 28mm|
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- I have seen a big improvement in my muscle tone Review by Emma
Em Grade 1/2 prolapse (Posted on 18 September 2014)
- Excellent device Review by RCowan
- Good product, no support Review by Rod.
I am sorry that you feel that we gave you no support with this product. There are comprehensive instructions for use with this product and many get on fine with this however we are unable to give personal medical advice how to use it. We always advise contacting a physiotherapist or clinician who can help and give a hands on evaluation as we are unable to give medical advice or guidance - we are simply not qualified to do so and all cases require a hands-on assessment.
I hope you can understand our predicament and I am sorry you feel we did not give you support
Customer Care Team (Posted on 19 March 2016)