All things Incontinence and Pelvic floor

T.E.N.S Explained – What is T.E.N.S and how does it work?

TensCare believes in feeling better naturally and using the body’s natural abilities to alleviate pain. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (T.E.N.S) allows us to do this. While TENS may sound like a scary concept – it is in fact very safe and has been used by millions around the world to alleviate pain.

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Sport TENS

TensCare has embraced usage of Electrical Muscle Stimulation for various purposes, ranging from incontinence to, yes, sports. Replacing long hours at the gym with a single EMS unit sounds like a dream. Connect the leads, place the electrodes, and go around your day while your body becomes beach-ready on its own.

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Perfect TENS

Chronic pain is a common, complex, and distressing problem that has a profound impact on individuals and society. It can be a result of a disease or an injury; however, it is not always just an accompanying symptom, but rather a separate condition in its own right. 

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How do pelvic floor exercisers work? Includes clinical results.

Electrical Muscle Stimulators play a vital role in educating women and men about their pelvic floor and what sensations they should feel when doing pelvic floor exercises. Electrical Pelvic Floor Exercisers (PFE) offer a non-invasive method of producing contractions of muscles via a gentle stimulation to the pelvic floor.

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What exactly is incontinence?

Incontinence is a common condition that ranges in severity from ‘a small or occasional leak’, to complete loss of bladder or bowel control. It can occur at any age but is more likely to develop as you get older. 

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