Alva High Performance Pelvic Floor Trainer
- Uses vibrations to tone & strengthen
- Combats weak pelvic floor in just 5 minutes per day
- Ideal for Stress Incontinence
- Better results than resistance training
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New and innovative, the only pelvic exerciser we offer that combines the power of vibrations with traditional pelvic toning contractions!
The amazing ALVA High Performance Pelvic Floor Trainer features a stylish, modern design and features a number of programmes to offer faster progression in muscle strength, increase vaginal tone, reduce urge and stress incontinence and heighten sexual response. ALVA creator, Dr. Med Gunnar Leivseth believes that using vibrations when pelvic exercising creates faster and better results, as the vibrations stimulate the neuromuscular system to recruit muscle fibres.
The ALVA is developed in close cooperation with medical and technical expertise, resulting in a highly effective and easy to use pelvic exercise device. It combines traditional strength training with vibration, thereby increasing the activity in the neuromuscular system of your pelvic floor. Dr. Leivseth's study shows that when using a vibrating toner like ALVA, 95-100% of muscle fibres are being recruited compared to 40-80% in traditional strength training. Impressive eh!! Be part of the revolution, with the ALVA High Performance Pelvic Floor Trainer.
FAQ's about the ALVA
Q. Is it safe to use ALVA pelvic exercise machine?
A. Yes, it is completely safe. The vaginal probe applies mechanical forces at low frequencies and will not harm your body in any way. However you should not use your ALVA
During the menstrual period
If you suffer from any urinary or vaginal infection
If using a pacemaker
If you suffer from any heart disease, contact your medical adviser before use.
Q. What conditions can ALVA pelvic exercise machine be used to treat?
A. The ALVA should primarily be used to treat a weak pelvic floor and stress incontinence. Other conditions of urinary incontinence can also be treated.
Q.I’ve been training for several weeks. How should my progress be?
A.The development of pelvic floor muscle strength varies from individual to individual, so there would be no “normal” progress. Follow our recommendations and be patient. If you still feel that you lack progress, contact your medical adviser.
Q.I’m feeling fully trained, what do I do now?
A.That’s great! Maintain your strength by training once a day, 2-3 days a week.