New Study Finds 97% Effectiveness of PF TonerPro in Treating Urinary Incontinence (UI)

By Regina West; April 22, 2024

PF TonerPro Research Paper - A to Z News FEATURE 4-2024

A pivotal clinical study led by Dr. Ernesto Delgado Cidranes and Dr. Zuramis Estrada Blanco, with physiotherapists Sandra Rodriguez Garcia and Carlos López Moreno, highlights the effectiveness of the PF TonerPro electromagnetic field device by Zimmer MedizinSystems in addressing urinary incontinence (UI). Conducted over eight weeks at CIMEG Madrid, this study involved 42 patients with diverse incontinence conditions and demonstrated significant advancements in non-invasive UI management.

Research Overview

The study employed a rigorous protocol with 12 sessions over eight weeks—initially two sessions per week, reducing to one per week in the latter half. A follow-up assessment three months post-treatment provided a long-term perspective on the treatment effects.

Measurement Methods

Improvements were meticulously measured using a combination of advanced imaging and assessment techniques:

  • MRI Evaluations: Before and after treatment to observe structural changes in the pelvic region.
  • Elastography Ultrasounds: Before and after treatment to assess changes in tissue elasticity, indicating improvements in muscle tone.
  • Patient Questionnaires: Deployed to gather subjective feedback on changes in urinary function and quality of life.
  • Clinical Functional Evaluations: Conducted to monitor the practical outcomes of the treatment.

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Results and Observations

The results were highly positive, with 97% of participants experiencing a substantial reduction in incontinence symptoms. The safety profile of the PF TonerPro was excellent, with no adverse reactions reported and only minor discomfort noted by a few patients after the initial sessions.

Conclusion and Further Recommendations

The study underscores the PF TonerPro as a safe, effective, and well-tolerated intervention for mild to moderate urinary incontinence. The researchers advocate for expanding the study to encompass a larger demographic and to integrate additional advanced diagnostic tools in subsequent research.

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This research supports the PF TonerPro ‘s role in revolutionizing non-surgical treatment options for urinary incontinence, promising enhanced life quality for millions affected by this condition.

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