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The Vibrating pelvic wand is covered in silky smooth, medical-grade silicone and uniquely designed to reach all muscles of the pelvic floor. It was created by a pelvic physical therapist to use soothing vibration and ergonomic curves to relieve trigger points in the pelvic floor muscles, including the most deep and hard to reach obturator internus and puborectalis muscles. Vibration helps to improve circulation and relax the pelvic floor muscles for maximum healing and pain relief. We’re confident you'll appreciate our exclusive patented design (Patent Protected US D917,061 S), unlike anything else you'll find on the market today.
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Wash the wand with warm water and soap and designate a place in your home that is safe, quiet and comfortable, such as your bed.
Begin your session by breathing in and allowing your belly to expand, followed by exhaling, allowing your belly to slowly fall. The act of slowly exhaling helps to naturally relax the pelvic floor muscles. Repeat the deep breathing pattern, and continue to do so steadily and deliberately. Gently bring the wand to the opening of the vagina and carefully insert it on an exhale.
Decide which end to use. The curved end with the pointed tip is helpful for addressing trigger points closer to the entrance of the vagina or rectum. The longer, rounded end is often helpful for reaching deep tender points in the rectum or vagina.
Gently sweep the end of the wand until you encounter a tender point. When you find tender point, gently compress the end of the wand into the tender point with the same firmness you would use to check a tomato for ripeness. For example, don’t press so hard you squish your tomato.
Use a generous amount of water-based lubricant on the first 1 to 2 inches of the desired treatment end of the wand, as well as the opening of the vagina. The use of a water-based lubricant is important to preserve the medical grade silicone of the wand.
Maintain gentle pressure on the tender point and slowly move your bent knee left and right until you find a position that stops the pain in the pelvic floor muscle. When you find this position, remain there for 1 to 2 minutes to allow the tender point to fully release. Continue to breathe deeply.
Repeat this process 1 or 2 times per day as needed.
Start by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet planted. Some people may prefer to lie on their side instead. If that’s the case, be sure to bend your knees and support your top leg with a folded pillow between your knees.
I created this wand to provide a unique opportunity to improve the health of pelvic floor muscles. By combining soothing vibration and the right amount of curvature to allow my patient to reach the deep and superficial pelvic floor muscles, our exclusive patented design conquers pelvic pain.
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There are several vibration settings, but only one speed. It is also loud. But overall it works well and is easy to use for my pelvic floor therapy exercises.
My pelvic floor therapist recommended this given that I’ve had continued pain with intercourse following the birth of our first child. Not only can I maneuver it to reach the muscles of my pelvic floor, but the vibration settings help to alleviate the tension a ton. Like, I used it much longer on one side than the other while getting the hang of it and my PT noticed the other side was more tense in comparison! Anyway. It has been wonderful, easy to use, and is a lot less daunting than I originally expected it to be. If you’re on the fence about this product I can’t recommend it highly enough
I've had it for a couple months now and overall it does a pretty good job. As others have said, slight issue with the charger. I've found that a lot of the time it's a problem of the part that goes into the outlet rather than the wand itself.