Tesla Care Chair
TESLA CARE FMS is a revolutionary technology approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that produces highly focused, pulsed magnetic fields and is used to treat urinary incontinence.
Conservative treatment of incontinence by the TESLA CARE FMS method mainly refers to women who cause urinary incontinence due to weakening of the pelvic floor muscles (ie. older women, women after giving birth, women with neurological lesions), but also is valid for men with problems caused by pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.
The therapeutic benefits offered by TESLA CARE FMS in the improvement of sexuality, are also impressive.
The therapy is simple and requires no special patient preparation.
During therapy, the patient remains clothed and sits on a comfortable incontinence chair. During stimulation, he/she focuses on awareness of muscle contractions, making it easier to learn the muscle training.
The duration of treatment depends on the problem that each woman has. Each session lasts 20 minutes. The maximum number of sessions is 2-3 times a week and the treatment will take at least 6 weeks to complete, depending on the condition of the pelvic floor muscles.
Frequently Asked Questions
It is a new, effective incontinence treatment method using Functional Magnetic Stimulation. It can be used with both women and men, for all types of urinary and fecal incontinence, for faster rehabilitation after surgery or birth, and even for some sexual dysfunctions or chronic pain in the pelvis or lower back.
It uses strong electromagnetic fields up to 3.0 Tesla and in a frequency of 1-160Hz, causes the muscles of the pelvic floor to contract without the need for any electrodes.
FMS magnetic filed propagates deep into the tissue and it is not impeded by clothes, skin, muscles or bones. Deep in the tissues super inductive magnetic field is transformed into local electrical field. Both field combined achieve the therapeutically effects of tissue healing, muscle activation, muscle relaxation and pain relief. The desired effects are achieved by setting different parameters of the therapy.
- stress incontinence,
- urge incontinence,
- mixed urinary incontinence,
- fecal incontinence,
- postpartum rehabilitation,
- pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation after surgery,
- incontinence due to radical prostatectomy,
- chronic prostatitis,
- erectile dysfunction,
- problems due to poor circulation,
- acute low back pain,
- chronic low back pain,
- The therapy is simple and requires no special patient preparation.
- During therapy, the patient remains clothed and sits on a comfortable incontinence chair. During stimulation, he/she focuses on awareness of muscle contractions, making it easier to learn the muscle training.
- The therapy is non-invasive, painless and without any known side effects.
- Improvement can be seen after only a few sessions.
- The therapy plan is determined separately for each patient by a specialized doctor after an initial consultation and examination.
The increased weight of the uterus and the hormonal changes during pregnancy place a great strain on the pelvic floor muscles, decreasing their capabilities. Birth can cause additional stretching and damage the nerves or muscles even when the birth canal looks completely untouched. This eventually leads to uncontrolled urine and/or feces leakage after birth. The only way to prevent such postpartum incontinence is through exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. Such exercises should already be performed during pregnancy and be continued after birth. Nonetheless, experts estimate that up to 28% of all women have incontinence-related problems even two years after birth. FMS allows the pelvic floor muscles to regain their proper tone, strength and endurance rapidly after birth. Incontinence can be prevented or cured within 2-3 weeks!