More than anything, the therapeutic approach to pelvi-perineal pain is multidisciplinary. However, manual therapy is one of the solutions that the physiotherapist can offer to relieve patients who are suffering from perineal pain. With all its experience and through innovation, Winback offers a TECAR technological complement to the trained therapist’s manual expertise. In fact, the energy delivered by Winback allows for quicker pain relief during and after the session, targeted vascularization, muscle relaxation, and removal of peri-tissue adhesions.
The therapist benefits from electrodes that are specially designed to enable unrestricted and intuitive technical movement. So for example, with a pelvic floor approach, Winback opts for TECAR 2.0 by resistive external electrode adjustment; allowing manual movements to be controlled and comfortable.
To combat edema and the congestive pelvic condition often associated with it, Winback has a dynamic capacitive method that can reach and select different soft tissues regardless of depth.
Abdominal maneuvers to reduce visceroptosis, stimulate visceral functions, and mobilize ligament suspension will be facilitated using two TECAR 3.0. mobile electrodes.
The latest Winback developments meet the therapeutic requirements for fighting pelvic pain:
The SWAP mode : allows for alternate stimulation of vascularized soft tissues (capacitive) and resistant hard tissues (resistive) during a single treatment. So an adhesive electrode is comfortably attached to the patient near the sacrum, a resistive electrode is positioned on the pubis, and the therapist can then concentrate on his or her capacitive application to relax the different muscular layers.
RET+ :This resistive current was specially designed for Myback, meaning for purely manual massage, as energy passes through the therapist’s fingers. For example, reflex massage techniques to regulate the autonomic nervous system, the work of the fibrous core, sculpting sacred edges or even pyriform are faster, pain free, and comfortable.
BEAT: this original resistive method, in addition to tissue vascularization, allows for neural inhibitive stimulation by triggering basic shocks at different frequencies. Thus you can target the lumbar plexus (L1 Al4) or (S3, S4) pudendal nerve roots at the same time with manual techniques, with LowPulse pulsed emission.
All fibrous muscle tissue can be reached while controlling the diathermy in order to control the vascularization and inflammatory processes.
So, in its training centers, the Winback Academy gives you the keys to use Winback energy intuitively in its different aspects. This allows you to answer the question: how do I use Winback along with my manual expertise in the field of urogynecology?