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Network of Certified Medical Providers utilizing a new technology to treat patients with urinary incontinence (UI) known as Extracorporeal Magnetic Innervation (ExMI). This technology produces pulsating magnetic fields which vary in time and intensity. The field is able to penetrate deep into the perineum, activating the pelvic floor muscles by stimulating all branches of the pudendal and splanchnic nerves.
“To shape the market by providing certification and the highest ‘standard of care’ for non-surgical, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical pelvic floor rehabilitation thrugh partnering with local health care providers and Pelvic Floor Centers of America™ (PFCA) .”
“Pelvic Floor Centers of America™ will be the leading company in all fifty states within seven years specializing in ExMI treatment for pelvic floor rehabilitation and leading the industry with the next generation ExMI technology.”
The ExMI device has been used successfully by over 2300 physicians, 57 Countries and over 10 Million treatment sessions as non-surgical, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical therapy for the treatment of urinary incontinence. FDA 510K - Pivotal Study for female Stress, Mixed and Urge Incontinence.
Unlike many other existing therapies the ExMI technology treats the muscles of the pelvic floor helping strength and endurance, thereby, allowing patients to re-establish bladder control. In addition, new studies are ongoing for additional indications and treatment plans (data is available under confidentiality.)
As part of the FDA Clearance process in 1998, a study was conducted to demonstrate broad equivalence between magnetic stimulation and electrical stimulation by comparing ability of two devices to produce contractions of the pelvic floor musculature. The magnitude of the sphincter EMG activity produced by magnetic stimulation was greater. (See For Medical Practitioners page for more information)
In the U.S. ExMI is only approved to treat female UI while outside the U.S. the ExMI device has been used successfully by over2300 physicians, in 57 Countries with over 10 Million treatment sessions as non-surgical, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical therapy for the treatment of pelvic floor disorders. It has been successfully used to treat urinary and fecal incontinence following radical prostatectomy, pelvic pain, erectile dysfunction, and other sexual disturbances including hemorrhoids. In addition, vaginal tonus and additional indications have treatment plans (data is available under confidentiality.) Unlike other existing therapies the ExMI technology strengthens the muscles of the pelvic floor to help rebuild strength and endurance thereby, allowing patients to re-establish a more active lifestyle.
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