The QRS PelviCenter is a medical device which automatically trains the Pelvic Floor Muscles (PFM) by generating magnetic stimulation. A strong homogenous magnetic field is able to penetrate deeply into the pelvic and thereby to stimulate all surrounding nerves and train all relevant muscles. QRS 1010 Pelvicenter is a Repetitive Peripheral Magnetic Stimulation(rPMS or TMS) device that is used mainly for treating and curing Low Back Pain, Urinary Incontinence and Erectile dysfunction. It is a non-invasive method of pelvic floor treatment that aims to restore and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. The patient only has to sit in this ‘chair like’ device for a particular duration. High intensity magnetic pulses penetrate deep into the pelvic floor area. The muscle fibres are rhythmically contracted and relaxed without any conscious effort by the patient. There are programmable control units near arm rests on both sides of the device. Digital Prescriptions are handled by programmable cards that can be inserted into the control units.
QRS technology applies ultra-high intensity magneticpulses that penetrate deep into the body, creating anelectric field that compels motor neurons to dischargenaturally, precipitating a strong contraction in allmuscles innervated by these nerves. It causes afferentnerve impulses in proprioceptors (“muscular sensors”)that by definition carry information to the centralnervous system (CNS). The CNS is home to the controlcentre for muscular movement and coordination;receiving the new signals leads to pronouncedrebuilding and reorganisation processes. So, when thestimulated muscles (in the pelvic floor) experiencenatural contraction at a later date, the structuralreorganisation (plasticity) of the CNS will then triggersignificantly more muscle fibres than before.Pelvicenter does not stimulate sensitive nervefibres due to their narrow diameter, ensuring that the therapy is entirely painless. The pelvic floor muscles are contracted several thousand times during a 15–20-minute therapy session on the QRS Pelvicenter. Frequency settings above 35 Hz release adhered fascia in the lumbar region (loin area) as well as in the gluteus maximus and medius (lumbago muscles). The high frequencies can even counteract muscle hardening and trapped nerves within the field of action. Hence, the effects of pelvic floor training with the Pelvicenter are incomparably higher than even the best possible results of classic pelvic floor training.
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A standard QRS Pelvicenter treatment plan involves 16 treatments of 25 minutes each. Whereby in an optimal situation there must be 3 or 4 days between each treatment. Initial results are already noticeable after 2 or 3 treatments.Initially the patients must start the treatment with a low intensity (ie, 20% of capacity) and during the course of the treatment plan gradually increase, depending on the situation and progress of the patient.