With the development of medical technology, the new technology of biofeedback therapy is increasingly used in neurorehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, and other fields. Electromyography biofeedback instruments are also popularized in clinical practice and are well received and recognized by patients and doctors.
The application of electromyography biofeedback instrument helps to promote the rehabilitation of patients with stroke, brain injury, bone and joint diseases, sensory dysfunction, and postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction. Through conscious training, it helps patients re-establish or strengthen the ability to master muscles and restore normal muscle strength.
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Training Course
Heal Force and Renji Hospital Affiliated to Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine have launched training cooperation. Customers of HF3000 electromyographic biofeedback instrument can participate in the “North American Urinary Incontinence Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Training Course”, including pathological changes of pelvic floor diseases, professional pelvic floor prolapse courses such as vertical reconstruction surgery, pelvic floor biofeedback electrical stimulation physiotherapy technology, etc., to master the relevant principles and knowledge of pelvic floor rehabilitation in multiple directions.
Through training, users can systematically learn the pathological principles of pelvic floor related diseases and rehabilitation physiotherapy techniques and quickly and comprehensively master the product usage methods. The professional medical staff responsible for training will give professional guidance on the use of products such as EMG biofeedback and provide rehabilitation solutions for related diseases.
HF3000 Biofeedback Spot-Check Monitor
The HF3000 electromyography biofeedback instrument launched by Heal Force can convert physiological activities that patients do not realize (such as electromyography, muscle tension, joint mobility, etc.) into signals that can be recognized (such as sound, light and images, etc.) ), let the patient learn to control his body based on these signals and relearn the correct and effective way of movement.
We warmly remind you that during pregnancy, the pelvic floor muscles will suffer varying degrees of damage due to stretching, sagging, and other reasons. It has nothing to do with the production method. Moreover, the 42 days postpartum is the golden period for the prevention of pelvic floor disorders. The earlier the rehabilitation training of the pelvic floor muscles is carried out, the better the recovery of pelvic floor function will be. Therefore, be sure not to ignore the importance of postpartum pelvic floor rehabilitation just because of the temporary “fear of trouble”!