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  • muscles
  • Whilst electric stimulation of pelvic floor muscles is passive and effortless, the pressure biofeedback is an active therapeutic method of voluntary repeated pelvic floor muscles contractions and relaxations by the patient. (win-health.com)
  • Pressure exerted on the probe's silicone balloon during voluntary pelvic floor muscle contractions is visually portrayed on the LCD display in real time as a visual biofeedback for patient's understanding of their pelvic floor muscles and for sustaining motivation during therapy. (win-health.com)
  • It interpenetrates and surrounds muscles , bones , organs , nerves , blood vessels and other structures. (wikidoc.org)
  • floor
  • evoStim P is a versatile high performance therapeutic medical device intended or perineal stimulation (i.e. pelvic floor stimulation) and pressure biofeedback with vaginal and anal probes for easy use at home and at therapy clinics. (win-health.com)
  • role
  • They hypothesized that such sensitization may help to explain three characteristics of depression in adults the tendency to recur, the decreasing length of interval between episodes, and the greater role of psychosocial stress at the first episode. (alpfmedical.info)
  • Due to its suspensory role of the organs, it needs to maintain its tone rather consistently. (wikidoc.org)
  • type
  • In addition to its subcutaneous presence, this type of fascia surrounds organs and glands , neurovascular bundles, and is found at many other locations where it fills otherwise unoccupied space. (wikidoc.org)