CTS 2000 & MR-20

Pelvic floor stimulation (PFS) is a nonsurgical treatment option for women and men with urinary or fecal incontinence. Urinary incontinence is a common condition and can have a substantial impact on a patient's quality of life. This technology utilizes biofeedback to trigger or activate muscles. By giving the patient a visual tool (like making a rose open and close), physical therapists help guide patients through strengthening muscles or downtraining the muscle (in cases where muscle is held too tightly).

CTS 2000 & MR-20

close up of the CTS 2000 & MR-20

Quick Facts about Innovative Technology

Treatment combined with pelvic floor muscle exercises and bladder or bowel training exercises
Improved quality of life
Treatment done at comfort level of each patient

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