Relaxation – pain reduction
Posture – strengthening
Training for the pelvic floor
Are you one of the many people who suffer from pain in the lower lumbar region?
With PelviPower, you can strengthen your body core and contribute significantly to improvement of your posture and relaxation of your back muscles.
20 training sessions on the PelviPower and 2 bio-feedback training sessions.
BACK PAIN IS ONE OF THE 5 MOST FREQUENT HEALTH CONDITIONS WORLDWIDE*
“Since I started PelviPower training I can now sleep better at night.“
Tanja L., 33 years old
The latest pelvic floor training against back pain
PelviPower strengthens your muscles using magnetic field therapy.
The training has been documented in scientific studies and is recommended by physicians and therapists.
Stronger effect than conventional individual training.
The training is simple and painless.
Training is non-invasive. i.e.
You just sit on a chair and train in your normal clothes.
You will immediately notice a muscle stimulating effect.
Our certified trainers will create your personalised training profile after your first trial training.
Pelvipower Magnetic field training
A repetitive magnetic impulse stimulates and strengthens the pelvic floor and the surrounding muscular system. The alternating tension and relaxation training is both pleasant and effective.
Pelvipower Bio-feedback training
The Bio-Feedback-Trainer supports the patient’s independent training. An integrated sensor registers the activity of the pelvic floor muscles. This enables muscle movement to be viewed on a monitor during training.
This bio-feedback increases the effectiveness of the training and self-perception of the pelvic floor.
- 15 – 20 minutes
- 1 – 5 times weekly
- 10 – 20 units
- are recommended
“Magnetic field stimulation is especially suitable for strengthening the body core. It has an excellent and deeply penetrating effect for effective neuromuscular training.”
UNIV. PROF. DR. WINFRIED MAYR
Professor for Rehabilitation Technology specialising in functional electrostimulation at the Centre for Medical Physics and biomedical technology at the medical University of Vienna