Our pelvic floor trainers for women and men
What are the benefits of pelvic floor training?
It doesn't matter if after pregnancy or in old age - pelvic floor training is very important for both, men and women. Strong pelvic floor muscles keep our organs together, support our locomotor system and are the base of the taboo subject no. 1: incontinence.
Beside that, the strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles can help men with erectile dysfunction and increase their potency in the long-term. Pelvic floor trainers allow you to stimulate the pelvic floor gently and effectively by only pushing “one button”. Therefore they are a useful training assistance for pelvic floor exercises.
Pelvic floor trainers can help you with the following problems and produce relief:
- Stress incontinence: Stress incontinence affects women more than men. Depending on the severity level, physical activities or even at rest leads to involuntary urination. Coughing, sneezing or lifting heavy weights (first degree) increases the pressure in the abdomen, which leads to involuntary urination in people suffering from stress incontinence. In the 2nd degree even light physical activities like walking and climbing stairs and in the 3rd degree even Laying and Standing can lead to involuntary urination.
- Urge incontinence: Is often called overactive or weak bladder. If there is an urge of urination, the pelvic floor muscles are too weak to control the urine output and the person has to visit the restroom immediately. The control of the bladder is impaired.
- Fecal incontinence: Fecal incontinence is often caused by impairment of the sphincter, for example after a surgery of the sphincter, following the birth with perineal tear or age-related reduction of muscle mass. Also for this case you can differ between various severity levels, from involuntary escape of bowel gases (1st degree) to involuntary escape from stool (3rd degree). If fecal incontinence is present, urinary incontinence often occurs as well.
- Increase in potency: There is a connection between potency and the pelvic floor muscles, which most men don’t know. The pelvic floor muscles are necessary to get an, for the sexual act sufficient, erection which lasts long enough. Due to regular pelvic floor training the risk of erectile dysfunction can be reduced and the potency can be increased.
Find the suitable pelvic floor trainer-set including an EMS machine, suitable probe and a contact gel for men and women, which let you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles long-term.
Additionally a pelvic floor trainer is an ideal training device for bladder weakness or rebuilding after pregnancy. The pelvic floor and also body parts like the back, the legs or the belly were stressed after pregnancy and have to be strengthened.
How does a pelvic floor trainer work?
The pelvic floor training with EMS strengthen the muscles with an anal or vaginal probe. The probes are produced with harmless materials for easy cleaning. For an easy application, contact gel is included in our set. The different programs of the EMS machine train your pelvic floor muscles gently and have no side effects, if applied correctly. A pelvic floor trainers work like a muscle stimulator, the muscles will be contracted and trained due to electrical impulses.
An electrical pelvic floor trainer lets you train passively, the machine does all the work. This is a big advantage compared to manual pelvic floor exercises or pro-active pelvic floor trainers. In everyday life the pelvic floor most likely won’t be recognized. Because of that most people haven’t a sense for this group of muscles and can’t contract them in a targeted way. The pelvic floor trainers from axion let you train the pelvic floor muscles effectively right from the beginning!
Pelvic floor training with our TENS EMS combo machine STIM-PRO X9
Beside our pelvic floor trainer sets it is also possible to train your pelvic floor muscles with our bestseller TENS EMS combo machine STIM-PRO X9. It offers 5 special programs for pelvic floor training with an vaginal or anal probe. We recommend you to use our vaginal or anal probes, which you can buy seperately. As an alternative, you can also train your pelvic floor muscles with electrode pads.
Our recommendation for pelvic floor training with the STIM-PRO X9
Here is what you should pay attention to when exercising with a pelvic floor trainer
Even if the application of a pelvic floor trainer is without side effects, if applied correctly, there are a few things you should be aware of to ensure optimal use. This includes hints for your safety, for example to switch off the device before insertion or pulling out the probe. The metallic contacts of our probes can contain nickel, so if you have a nickel allergy, you can use our pelvic floor trainer sets with gold coated probes.
Additional hints, which you should note:
- - Start with a low current and increase the intensity only slowly. The pelvic floor trainers work on the principle of contraction and then relaxation of the muscles, which means that after a phase of electrical impulse delivery to contract the pelvic floor muscles, there is a rest period of a few seconds without delivery of current impulses. If the intensity of the impulse was too low for you, increase the intensity only slightly and in small steps during the contraction to get a better feel for it.
- - Make sure that sufficient contact gel is applied to the probe to ensure optimal conductivity.
- - Alternate the programs regularly to avoid a familiarization effect.
- - In the beginning, make sure that the application should not last longer than 15 minutes. After a familiarization period or on the advice of your doctor, you can then increase the application duration.
- - If you use a probe, make sure to pull it out directly at the shaft after use. This will help you avoid breaking the cable.
When you should not use a pelvic floor trainer
There are also circumstances where you should not use a pelvic floor trainer. As an alternative you can do some pelvic floor exercises without the additional usage of a pelvic floor trainer. We’ve collected some pelvic floor exercises for women and pelvic floor exercises for men. The contraindications are:
- - Infections in the vaginal or rectal area
- - Pacemakers
- - Immediately after childbirth (you can start pelvic floor training about 6-8 weeks after childbirth, like rebuilding)
- - Hemorrhoids
- - Use of an IUD for birth prevention
- - Overflow bladder
- - In case of complete denervation of the pelvic floor
- - Implants or piercings in the pelvic floor area
- - In case of a freshly operated prostate (You should wait with pelvic floor training until it has healed)
Which benefits offer pelvic floor training?
✓ Pelvic floor trainer for men and women - effective and discret
To be honest: Pelvic floor training, incontinence and everything about these topics aren’t things which you want to talk about a lot. But sooner or later you have to train your pelvic floor muscles. All the better, that there are electrical pelvic floor trainers like the ones from axion. With these devices you can stabilise your pelvic floor effectively and discret.
✓ Painless training without side effects
We were asked many times: “Do I have to worry about electric shocks?” No, you don’t have to worry! Depending on the frequency, the impulses will feel like a tingling sensation and are painless.
✓ Passive training without effort
Pelvic floor training without effort and at the touch of a button? Yes, this is possible! With the pelvic floor trainers from axion you can address specifically your pelvic floor muscles passively and without effort
Pelvic floor training at the touch of a button
No matter if right after giving birth, first appearance of incontinence or pelvic floor weakness - the pelvic floor training is a must. This central muscle group stabilises our inner organs and therefore our whole body. The targeted training of these muscles with a pelvic floor trainer is for prevention of incontinence and can reduce an existent bladder weakness significantly.
EMS is not a new training method, but rather is based on fundamental studies. The functionality is simple but genius. At the touch of a button you can train your pelvic floor in a targeted way, without actively doing exercises, which are exhausting and time-consuming. With your pelvic floor trainer you can train these muscles with a probe - painless and discret.
Targeted pelvic floor training
A strong core is essential for many functions of our body and is strongly related to the pelvic floor muscles. Therefore, pelvic floor training should not be neglected, because untreated bladder problems severely restrict most of those affected in their everyday lives. All the better if there are smart pelvic floor training devices like those from axion, with which you can discreetly and effectively strengthen your pelvic floor muscles!
Treating incontinence with EMS
Very often, incontinence is caused by weak pelvic floor muscles, which are responsible for the function of the bladder and bowel sphincters. Laughing, jumping, running and a host of other activities can then lead to involuntary leakage of urine. Training the pelvic floor muscles with an electric pelvic floor trainer as an aid can help alleviate or prevent incontinence by strengthening the muscles.
Increase sexual desire
Blood flow to the pelvic floor and abdomen is higher the stronger the pelvic floor muscles are. As a result, women are more sensitive and can benefit from a more intense feeling during sex, up to and including multiple orgasms. In men, the potency muscle is part of the pelvic floor muscles. Pelvic floor training can increase the hardness and duration of erections and help delay ejaculation.
Passive, pain-free training
Pelvic floor training at the push of a button and without effort? Yes, it is possible! With axion's pelvic floor trainers you target your pelvic floor muscles and can train them passively and without exertion. Again and again we are asked: "Do I have to be afraid of the electric shocks?" No, you don't have to! Depending on the frequency, the impulses feel more like a tingling sensation and are completely painless.
Certified medical products
Our electric pelvic floor trainers are certified medical devices of class IIa and therefore stand for high-quality and safe products. In our pelvic floor trainer guide you will find more detailed information on the safety of our electric pelvic floor trainers.
Probes for men and women
Our range of pelvic floor training probes includes both anal and vaginal probes in different shapes. The probes are made of hygienic stainless steel and are suitable for pelvic floor training for women and men.
Ideal for regression
Pregnancy puts extreme strain on the pelvic floor muscles, which is why many women experience various forms of incontinence afterwards. A pelvic floor trainer can make a valuable contribution to regression after pregnancy.
Discreet use at home
With an electric pelvic floor trainer, you can easily train your pelvic floor muscles at home without leaving the house. Especially when it comes to pelvic floor training, many people do not want to attend a pelvic floor training or regression course because of discretion.