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what experiences have with electrotherapy in patients with Interstitial Cystitis or in hyperactive pelvic floor

it is clear the use of waveforms that allow the muscular relationship or that work at the level of the door of pain control, but I would like if one has experience, or also with tecartherapy or laser

Viviana PĂ©rez z

3 weeks ago

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Prof Tim Watson
Prof Tim Watson

I have just looked at the literature relating to the use of RF electric currents (which includes the Indiba and Tecar type devices) for incontinence - though almost exclusively Stress Incontinence on the Urinary side. plus some on Faecal incontinence. The published research was supportive, but I do not recall any papers in the material I looked at on hyperactive pelvic floor or interstitial cystitis - though I would need to double check to be sure

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