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Biofeedback Pelvic muscle rehabilitation (PMR) 

Biofeedback Pelvic muscle rehabilitation (PMR) is a technique that uses EMG-biofeedback to improve pelvic floor strength by helping patients learn to control/contract the proper muscle groups through increased awareness.

The goal of biofeedback is to:

  • Enhance pelvic muscles’ awareness
  • Promote pelvic muscles’ function and coordination
  • Minimize use of accessory muscles


Electrical Stimulation Electric Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

Electrical Stimulation Electric Muscle Stimulation (EMS) involves delivering a small electrical current to the pelvic floor muscles to:

  • Produce a reflex muscle contraction
  • Contract pelvic floor muscles
  • Relax and inhibit pelvic floor muscles (as seen in urinary retention or pelvic pain therapy)


Biofeedback + Stimulation

Mixed biofeedback and stimulation protocols are highly effective to:

    • Provide a passive contraction that increases awareness of pelvic floor muscle contractions in general
    • Assist with identification and isolation of pelvic muscle
    • Increase pelvic muscle contraction strength
    • Decrease unwanted or uninhibited detrusor (bladder) muscle contraction


  • Assist with normalizing pelvic muscle relaxation 



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