I’ve ordered a Vibrance Pelvic Trainer, now how do I use it?
The biggest challenge in exercising the pelvic muscles are identifying them. The Vibrance Pelvic Trainer uses a Vibration Biofeedback to help you target the correct muscle group.
To train your pelvic muscles with the VPT, simply insert the device into the vaginal canal and contract the pelvic muscles. The vibration from the VPT indicates that you have engaged the correct muscle group.
Using the Training Sleeves, you can train your pelvic muscles at the appropriate level of challenge, allowing you to start from an easy grade and progressing to the optimal strength.
The optional Audio Coach feature coaches you on the duration and number of muscle contractions for the most effective pelvic training.
What is the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer?
The Vibrance Pelvic Trainer is an FDA Cleared and Clinically Proven pelvic trainer that helps you to accelerate pelvic strengthening and enjoy the benefits of a strong pelvic floor. The VPT works by helping you identify and engage the correct muscle group when doing pelvic training. The revolutionary Biofeedback feature is activated only when the correct muscles are engaged, ensuring the effectiveness of your pelvic training. The Training Sleeves are made with Medical Grade Silicone Rubber, which are biocompatible, hypoallergenic and antimicrobial.
Washing and Maintenance
Before cleaning the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer, ensure that the bottom cap is screwed tightly. Once it is tightly screwed, the VPT is safe for washing.
Apply mild soap onto the rubber sheaths and base layer and rinse under running water. Do not soak the device. After rinsing, gently wipe the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer dry. The VPT can be stored in the VPT casing and left to air-dry.
The VPT is safe to use with water-based lubricant when necessary.
The Vibrance Pelvic Trainer is covered by a 12-month one to one warranty.
I have a question not in this list, who should I contact?
Please email us at email@example.com, or call us on +44(0) 1923 23 77 95.
Where is Vibrance Pelvic Trainer available?
Exclusively on the iMEDicare Online Store and www.VibrancePelvicTrainer.co.uk from September 2016.
What are the safety warnings and contraindications?
If you are pregnant, please consult your trusted OBGYN for the suitability of use of the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer during pregnancy or after any pelvic surgical procedures. The Vibrance Pelvice Training is intended for individual use only and should not be shared. The VPT should not be used during sexual intercourse. For complete listing of safety warnings and contraindications, click here.
Why do I need a pelvic trainer?
The pelvic floor muscles are hidden by many other muscles that are nearer to the skin and that can be seen, like our abdominal and buttocks muscles. Due to its hidden position in the center that makes it invisible and untouchable, studies have shown that more than 30% of women do not perform pelvic exercise correctly. The VPT ensures your pelvic training is accurately done through its patented Vibration Biofeedback function that can only be triggered by the pelvic floor muscles. This encourages the right muscle engagement and prevents you from developing the habit of engaging the wrong muscle group.
Due to the absence of challenge, there is a limit to the results doing pelvic exercise without a trainer can yield. Doing pelvic exercise without a trainer is like toning your arms by lifting – except without weights. The VPT comes with 3 optional Training Sleeves to provide resistance training to the pelvic floor muscles. These sleeves enhance the strength of your pelvic floor muscles further by providing your pelvic floor muscles something to work against. A proper pelvic trainer allows you to eliminate the possibility exercising the wrong muscle group and to surpass the limitations of traditional pelvic exercise.
When choosing a pelvic trainer, ensure your pelvic trainer is safe to use and has undergone clinical studies and has been proven to improve your pelvic health. Make sure to look out for FDA clearance as well as endorsement from medical professionals.
How does the VPT help improve sexual experience?
The vaginal canal goes through the pelvic floor muscles like a tube. Like a rubber band wrapped around the vaginal canal, the pelvic floor muscles are responsible for the sensation of tightness you and your partner feels during intercourse. When the pelvic floor muscles are healthy and strong, they behave like a new rubber band that grips the vaginal canal tight; that is what gives the feeling of tightness to the vagina. When your pelvic floor muscles are weak, the pelvic floor muscles wrap around your vaginal canal like an overstretched rubber band that has lost its elasticity, causing a change in sexual experience. Women often experience a drop in the quality of their sex life after pregnancy due to the strenuous effect of pregnancy on the pelvic floor muscles.
The VPT helps to improve sexual experience by first ensuring your pelvic exercise is done correctly. Regardless of the length of time you have been practicing pelvic exercise- only correct pelvic training can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. The Training Sleeves provide three stages of challenge for the muscles to work against, the same way lifting weights of increasing mass helps with hand muscle toning. On top of that, the Audio Coach has specific durations that target the fast and slow twitch muscles respectively, to help you achieve a tight vagina and intense orgasms.
How does the VPT ease and prevent backache?
On top of supporting your pelvic organs, the pelvic floor muscles are also responsible for holding the backbone in place and act as a firm and stable foundation for it to rest on. When your pelvic floor muscles are weak, not only are they unable to hold the backbone in place, they are also unable to evenly distribute the pressure and stress from everyday activities like lifting and bending. This causes great tension to be focused on your back, causing a huge strain on your lower back in the long run.
While many factors can lead to backache, if you experience perpetual backache, you could be experiencing a symptom of a weak pelvic floor as opposed to having an actual problem with your back.
The VPT helps ease backache by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles to increase their support for the back and hold it in the right position, preventing it from leading to other back related problems and aches.
How does the VPT treat Urinary Incontinence?
70% of urinary incontinence is caused by weak pelvic floor muscles. The VPT treats urinary incontinence by targeting the root cause, which is strengthening your pelvic floor muscles. Through its internationally patented and award-winning Biofeedback feature, the VPT makes pelvic training 100% accurate and gives you an easy way to adjust the challenge of your exercise according to your needs. When your pelvic floor muscles are strong, you will regain bladder control, along with the other benefits of healthy pelvic floor muscles, like improved sexual experience, relieved backache and abdominal tone. Most importantly, you will regain control, confidence, and a peace of mind.
I have pelvic organ prolapse- can VPT help?
The VPT may be able to help with pelvic organ prolapse, however, this needs to be evaluated on a case by case basis by your OBGYN. If the prolapse is mild, strengthening the pelvic floor with the VPT can help prevent it from deteriorating further and may allow you to avoid the need for surgery.
However, the VPT cannot reverse severe organ prolapse, and the prolapse may block the VPT from being positioned inside the vaginal canal. In this case, your OBGYN will recommend a surgery to treat the prolapse. After the surgery, strengthening the pelvic floor with VPT ensures that the prolapse will not occur again. If you are considering the VPT to help with prolapse, do consult with your OBGYN. Please feel free to send us the contact information of your OBGYN if you would like us to furnish him or her with the latest clinical information on the VPT to help them give you the right advice. OBGYN information can be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org