Wave Brilliance

Pelvic Floor Therapy System , NO drugs, NO Surgery, NO Invasive Probes.

The Wave Brilliance

A non-surgical therapy, the Pelvic Floor Therapy System actively treats stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence for both men and women. 

For patients who are experiencing these conditions because of weakened pelvic floor muscles, Wave Brilliance can provide unique and effective therapeutic benefits. Contrary to other therapies, the ExMI exercises the pelvic floor muscles to gradually rebuild strength and endurance and ultimately, restore full bladder and bowel control. wave brillaiance 2.PNG
The entire therapy can take place while the patient remains fully clothed and sitting in a comfortable chair.

The Wave Brilliance technology is based on the Extracorporeal Magnetic Innervation, or ExMI™ for short. Similar to Kegel exercises for the pelvic floor, the therapy helps the patient perform these same exercises in a more correct and complete way that is ultimately more effective. The patient does need to actively participate during the therapy to achieve positive health outcomes. 

A simple procedure, ExMI technology produces exact and focused pulsing magnetic fields in the affected area. Patients need to sit in a chair that’s been specially designed to allow for the therapeutic fields to be aimed at the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles will then contract and relax with each magnetic pulse. This will create a physical exercise not dissimilar to a traditional muscle-based workout. The only difference is, the patient isn’t performing the contraction, ExMI is. It’s essentially like an automatic Kegel exercise machine or portable gym for the pelvic floor. 

A full assessment prior to treatment.

All patients must undergo a full assessment before beginning ExMI therapy in order to establish if the bladder control issue can be treated with ExMI therapy. 

For optimum health outcomes, treating Doctors and Nurses will customise the treatment according to the individual needs of the patient. 

All Wave Brilliance treatments can be performed in a clinical setting.