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Do you experience bladder leaks or urinary incontinence that affect your quality of life? If you are one of the millions of people who struggle with these issues, you know how embarrassing and disruptive they can be. You may avoid physical activities and feel limited in your daily life.

Fortunately, there is a solution that doesn’t involve invasive surgery or medication – LAK Med Spa’s Elitone Device. This revolutionary device is designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and reduce bladder leaks.

Read on to learn more about how the Elitone Device can help you take control of your bladder and improve your quality of life.

What is The Elitone Device?

The Elitone Device is a non-invasive, FDA-cleared medical device designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and reduce bladder leaks. It is a small, lightweight device that can be worn inside the clothes for just a 20-minute session. The device emits low-level electrical impulses that stimulate and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.

The Elitone Device is a safe and effective alternative to invasive surgical procedures and medication. Unlike traditional Kegel exercises, the Elitone Device is designed to provide a precise and targeted workout to the pelvic floor muscles.

It is recommended for women of all ages who experience bladder leaks, including those who have recently given birth, experienced hormonal changes, or undergone pelvic surgery.

How to Use The Elitone Device?

Using the Elitone Device is easy and straightforward. First, make sure that the device is charged and ready to use. The device should be positioned so that the electrodes are in contact with the pelvic muscles. Once you have inserted the device, turn it on and select your desired intensity level. You should feel a mild tingling sensation as the device emits electrical impulses to stimulate these muscles.

The Elitone Device is designed to be used for a 20-minute treatment session once a day for six weeks. After the initial six-week period, the device can be used as needed to maintain pelvic floor muscle strength.

Is the Elitone Device Safe?

Elitone Device is generally considered safe for most people to use. However, as with any medical device, there are some potential risks and side effects to be aware of. These may include mild discomfort, irritation, or sensitivity in the pelvic area during or after use.

The Elitone Device is not recommended for use during pregnancy, or for people with certain medical conditions such as epilepsy or active pelvic infection. Some people may also experience mild cramping or muscle contractions during the treatment session, which is a normal response to the electrical stimulation.

Don’t let urinary incontinence stress hold you back any longer. Contact us to learn more.