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Liberty Fit probe for use in the anus with Perfect PFE or Elise,
The TensCare Liberty Fit probe is an internal electrode for use in conjunction with TensCare Pelvic Floor Exercisers to quickly and effectively tone and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and cure incontinence, bladder and bowel leaks. Can also be used with most muscle stimulators and EMG biofeedback equipment.
Works well for men post prostatectomy, for fecal incontinence, for male incontinence,
The Liberty Fit is our smallest diameter anal electrode. Works with both the Elise and Perfect PFE.
Even if it is not often spoken about, bladder weakness and faecal incontinence affects men as well as women, particularly for those with postprostatectomy incontinence.
Use with Perfect PFE or Elise to send a gentle stimulation (similar to your natural nerve impulses) direct to your pelvic floor muscles through this anal probe with stainless steel electrodes or with optional electrode pads. These signals make your pelvic floor muscles contract, toning them for you to help you regain control over them and fight bladder weakness.
Perfect PFE also has a program designed to provide pelvic pain relief in addition to the programs for fighting bladder weakness. The conditions it addresses are chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome.
Additionally, Perfect Pelvic Floor Exerciser when used with the anal probe helps maintaining healthy bowel movement, improving pelvic strength, and amplifying rectal sensation for enhanced pleasure. It can also help you to perform the exercises recommended for recovery from Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation.
• Dimensions: 110mm length x 19.6mm diameter
• Unique sliding safety stopper allows adjustable depth of insertion – shallow for anal sphincter, and deeper for pelvic floor
• Provides comfortable muscle stimulation to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles
• Compatible probe for use with various pelvic floor exercisers
• Lightweight and slimline design
• Reusable for up 6 months
• Do not use with electrical stimulation in patients with a history of carcinoma at the site of stimulation.