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Clinical Studies

An Effective Meta-analysis of Magnetic Stimulation Therapy for Urinary Incontinence

This scientific study published in 2019 Jun 24 concluded: “Based on the results of our meta-analysis, MS treatment potentially represents an effective therapeutic modality for patients with UI, as evidenced by the reduced UI symptoms, alleviated UI frequency, increased cure rate, improved micturition, and better QoL (quality of life).”

Magnetic stimulation of the cavernous nerve for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in humans

The study comprised 32 patients with ED (age 38.3 +/- 9.6 y) and 20 healthy volunteers (age 36.8 +/- 8.8 y). Routine erectile function tests suggested that impotence was neurogenic. A magnetic coil was placed over the dorsal aspect of the penis in the vicinity of the symphysis pubis. MS was performed using a stimulation of 40% intensity, 20 Hz frequency, 50 s on and 50 s off for 10 minutes duration. In the healthy volunteers, the coil was placed as aforementioned but was not activated. The intracorporeal pressure was recorded and penile tumescence and rigidity were observed during MS in the patients and without stimulation in the controls. MS led to a gradual increase in length and diameter of the penis until full erection was achieved; the penis became firm, rigid, and pulsatile.

Effectiveness of Magnetic Stimulation in the Treatment of Urinary Incontinence: A Systematic Review and Results of Our Study

In the Journal of Clinical Medicine, this study concluded “Magnetic Stimulation is a non-invasive treatment method that effectively and safely improves quality of life by promoting urinary continence in women that experience refractory UI. These patients, who are perhaps not motivated to perform regular PFM strengthening exercises, can be conservatively treated. The results after MS treatment show a reduction in the number of daily leakages and pad usage, and therefore a reduced number of incontinence episodes. This is a painless and comfortable method, with good compliance by patients. Additional advantages include no side effects, no need to undress, and automatic contractions”.

Pelvic Floor Magnetic Stimulation in Men with Radical Prostatectomy

MS is a technology developed to stimulate the central and peripheral nervous system non-invasively and is applied in UI treatment. The MS technique aims to directly stimulate the pelvic floor muscles and sacral roots in UI treatment. MS is a more acceptable, relatively painless, non-invasive and suitable electrical treatment method for patients with UI. Data from studies suggest that MS may be beneficial for patients with UI after RP.

Safety and Efficacy of a Non-Invasive High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Field (HIFEM) Device for Treatment of Urinary Incontinence and Enhancement of Quality of Life

This study demonstrated that HIFEM technology is able to safely and effectively treat a wide range of patients suffering from urinary incontinence.

Scholarly articles for clinical studies on incontinence magnetic chair

Our Success Stories

The RESET CHAIR® has been used in various clinics. Here is a CHART where incontinence was mostly treated. It shows that those who did the amount of sessions recommended in most cases had 100% successful results.

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