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Pelvic Muscle Training Program

The pelvic floor or pelvic/urogential diaphragm is composed of muscle fibers of the levator ani, the coccygeus, and associated connective tissue which span the area underneath the pelvis. The pelvic diaphragm is a muscular partition formed by the levatores ani and coccygei, with which may be included the parietal pelvic fascia on their upper and lower aspects. The pelvic floor separates the pelvic cavity above from the perineal region (including perineum) below.

It is important in providing support for pelvic viscera (organs), e.g. the bladder, intestines, the uterus (in females), and in maintenance of continence as part of the urinary and anal sphincters.

Training with the PMTX your Pelvic Floor Muscles pelvic muscles

Over 50% of women in the United States will suffer from incontinence at some point in their lives, but only one in five will seek help.

Over 12 million women in the US currently suffer from bladder control problems.

Biofeedback
along with specific exercises have shown to be the most effective and least invasive form of treatment according to major new research studies published on the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

There is nothing to be ashamed of since incontinence is a medical condition that over 50% of women will experience in varying degrees at some point in their life. Most often, incontinence is the result of unfit pelvic floor muscles that have become weakened due to a number of reasons including, childbirth, hormonal changes, poor diet, or the natural aging process.

Unless the muscles are strengthened the problem can become worse.
It is never too late or too soon to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.

Even women in their 20's and 30's experience problems,
especially after pregnancy.

The PMTX is a biofeedback device that helps identify your weak pelvic floor muscles. It also helps to isolate and train those muscles
.
Suggested Retail: $69.95 your cost only $47.95pelvic training

Complete with:
Biofeedback Device
Instructional Video
Training Manual
Carrying Bag

Key Benefits

Identifies, isolates and trains the Pubococcygeal muscles correctly.

*The PMTX program also include a step by step training video, and an instructional manual that is designed to increase your knowledge about your body, motivate you towards a lifestyle change, and help keep weekly progress reports.

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