Electromyostimulation (EMS) of the muscles throughout the body – an innovative method to relieve urinary incontinence.
Boeckh-Behrens W.-U., Schäffer, G., Universität Bayreuth, 2002
Goal of the study
The objective of the study was to find out the effects of EMS training on people suffering from urinary incontinence.
64% of participants noticed an improvement in their condition. 23% became symptomless, 25% saw a reduction in symptoms and 36% experienced no change. These results point to the improvements that can be achieved by treating incontinence with specialised, targeted electro-stimulation therapy.
Whole body EMS training is an effective work-out for your body. A number of therapeutic goals can be achieved simultaneously such as reduction in urinary incontinence and back pain symptoms combined with preventative goals such as building up muscle, toning the body, improving mood, vitality, body stability and general well-being.