NON-SURGICAL, CLINICALLY PROVEN TECHNOLOGIES TO REGAIN BLADDER CONTROL
Liftique Blush can help you regain control of your bladder with an 85% to 90% improvement outcome
If you lee when laugh, sneeze or exercise, or have a frequent or urgent need to go, you most likely suffer from bladder stress or urge incontinence.
Stress incontinence is when you leak urine while coughing, laughing or exercising.
Urge Incontinence (or overactive bladder) is when you constantly have the urge to urinate.
It is important to appreciate that these are extremely common conditions, and up to 30-50% of all women will suffer from one or both conditions during their lifetime*.
The problem is that many women have accepted that these conditions are a normal part of childbirth and aging. Wearing protective pads doesn't have to be the answer. When appropriately diagnosed, women can be treated with great success utilizing office-based procedures and non-surgical techniques.
Liftique Blush offers a "treat to complete" health care program that employs appropriate utilization of behavioral therapy, education, medications if appropriate, and state of the art technologies to improve the control and strength of your pelvic floor muscles.
One proven solution, now available through Liftique Tele-Medicine or an in-office consultation, is leva, the newest FDA cleared technology for pelvic floor muscle strength training available in the privacy of your own home or office and monitored by trained, caring female professionals.
Leva is a cutting-edge Pelvic Floor Strength Trainer that empowers women to rehabilitate and strengthen their weakened pelvic floor muscles in the comfort and privacy of their homes. It is for the treatment of stress, mixed, and mild to moderate urgency urinary incontinence.
Liftique Blush makes it easy for you to talk privately with our medical professionals and urogynecologists about your issues with a Tele-Medicine Consultation so that you can find the right solution to live your best life, quickly and easily.
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The Pelvic Floor Strength Trainer
Based on your subjective symptoms and an analysis of your questionnaire, most patients can initiate therapy after one phone consultation.
The Liftique Blush medical professionals utilize a variety of modalities, including, but not limited to, education on behavioral therapy, medications, and the state-of-the-art leva device.
A more formal evaluation and additional office-based therapies such as radio-frequency or fractional CO2 laser minimally invasive treatment may be recommended by a Liftique Blush physician.
If subjective success is not obtained to your satisfaction, a follow-up consultation would be recommended so we can provide a solution for each and every Liftique patient.
Important Safety Information for the leva Pelvic Digital Health System (leva PDHS): Do not use the leva PDHS while pregnant, or if you think you may be pregnant, unless authorized by your doctor. Do not leave the leva in your body for longer than necessary to complete the training session. Do not use the leva PDHS in any other place in your body or have sexual intercourse while the leva is inserted. If you experience odor, fever, diarrhea, any signs of infection, or of an allergic reaction, contact your doctor immediately. For a complete summary of the risks and instructions for leva PDHS, see its Instructions for Use available here.
EmbaGYN Contraindications: Should not be used if you have any of the following conditions: If you have a heart pacemaker or a heart rhythm problem. If you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant. If you have been diagnosed or treated for cervical or any pelvic cancer. If you have or had had epilepsy. While driving or during any activity in which involuntary muscle contractions may put the user at undue risk of injury. If you have: An active urinary tract infection. Recent history of vaginal bleeding between menstrual periods. Infections or lesions in the area of the electrode placement. Diminished sensory perception. Inability to understand the directions of use or operate the device correctly. History of urinary retention or post-void residual volume greater than 200 cc. If any discomfort occurs when inserting the trainer consult your treating physician. For more information regarding the EmbaGYN product, see the Instructions for Use available here, or please visit its manufacturer’s website, TensCare Limited.