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The Solution for Pelvic Floor Weakness

A weakness of the pelvic floor musculature can follow urine or fecal incontinence, erectile dysfunction, orgasm weakness, menstrual complaints or the Pelvic Pain Syndrome. All manifestations have something in common for those affected, the daily life becomes a permanent challenge.


You Are Not Alone!

Pelvic floor weakness is a new widespread common disease. In old age, more than 50% are affected.

In Germany alone, more than 10 million people suffer from incontinence. Impotence is even more difficult to grasp as this is an absolute taboo.

Against incontinence and impotence there is help!


The Pelvic Floor Musculature

The pelvic floor musculature is a very important but mostly unconscious muscle braid for humans. On the pelvic floor muscles most of the internal organs rest as on a trampoline.


The voluntary tension of the pelvic floor muscles remains hidden to most people, which is why these muscles are hardly trained and often slacken in old age.


The pelvic floor musculature also assumes the essential occlusion function for our bladder, rectum and vagina. It also closes the urethra and rectum when jumping, sneezing and laughing.


In the male, the prostate surrounds the urethra and thus facilitates the urethral closure. After prostatectomy, however, this narrowing is usually removed.Incontinence is the consequence, until the pelvic floor musculature assumes this function.


The orgasm capacity is strongly influenced by the pelvic floor musculature. The rhythmic resonance of the muscles increases the libido of the woman. The pelvic floor muscles also play an important role in the erection of the penis; this, however, seals the blood flow, and thus makes a rigid limb possible by pumping in blood.


Furthermore, the pelvic floor muscles stabilize the trunk and spares and supports the spine.


Basin Body Training

Different therapies and procedures combat pelvic floor weakening and its effects. In addition to surgical or pharmacological procedures, which are not uncritical and often do not provide satisfactory results in the long term, active pelvic floor training (eg pilates) is very effective.


An active pelvic body training is also recommended as a preventative for healthy people, as over half of the people in the old age are confronted with pelvic floor weakness.


The problem of active pelvic floor training usually lies in the fact that one does not know whether and how to pelvic the pelvic floor muscles.


Urologists use their fingers or bar sensors in the anal or vaginal tracts to make the tension of the pelvic floor muscles noticeable, visible and thus trainable.


However, this form of training in old age is often no longer possible, let alone pleasant.


For this reason, the widespread consequences of a weak basin floor are tabuthema and are usually only countered by their effects.


With diapers in a usually severely narrowed radius of effect, in which every simple shopping trip becomes a toilette. Also a stunted sex life and depressive or frigide behaviors are often the unpleasant consequences.

The TPM - Basin body training

The QRS Pelvicenter is an innovative and completely new non-invasive form of pelvic body training, the patented Transpelvinen Magnetstimulation TPM. Gently, without effort, without contact, without pain and without having to undress.


The pelvic floor muscles and their controlling nerves are controlled by magnetically dosed impulses in a targeted manner and are thereby rhythmically contracted and resolved again. The patient can sit relaxed in the PelviCenter and can see and feel completely painlessly how his muscles work.

With 12-18 treatments to 20min into a new life!

 4-Way Possible Therapy Procedure Applications 

In addition to the basic therapeutic function of the TPM, the Pelvi-Center has 3 other therapies. These are:

  • TPM stimulation

  • light therapy

  • Oxygen therapy

  • QRS therapy

People with incontinence often reduce their radius of action, which is why social contact is usually reduced. Unfortunately, this is often followed by depres- sion, whereas light therapy also helps.

In the training of muscles, the body needs a lot of oxygen whose supply the integrated oxygen therapy provides.

At the end of a treatment, the proven QRS therapy leads to relaxation and an optimal metabolism.

We recommend 2-3 therapies every 20 minutes per week, in total 12-18 treatments.

Through the targeted medical strengthening therapy of the pelvic floor muscles, many complaints can improve significantly after 4 to 6 weeks.First training effects occur after only a few treatments.

The TPM treatment takes place clothed and is completely pain-free. Their tolerability is perceived as good and is not a burden on patients.

At first you often feel a muscle soreness (myalgia) the next day. No negative side effects are known.

Possible Indications

  • Urinary or fecal incontinence

  • Incontinence after birth or prostatectomy

  • Potency or libido disorders

  • Menstrual problems

  • Hip arthritis

  • Circulation problems

  • Depressions

  • Cellulite

  • Muscle coordination problem

  • Sciatica or ACL/PCL cruciate pain

  • Pelvi pain syndrome