Men and women can have an impairment in the pelvic region and often accept that incontinence is inevitable following child birth, menopause or aging. Lifestyle can affect the pelvic floor muscles causing disorders such as pain, incontinence sexual impairment.
Pain and incontinence are common but not normal at any age.
INDIBA® is the market leader in radio frequency treatments for reducing pain and accelerating the natural recovery of the body. The INDIBA device generates a safe, pain free, electromagnetic wave that introduces energy into the body. This causes bio-stimulation and a thermal effect, which complements your recovery and can improve results from your first treatment.
Treatment with INDIBA can help to:
- Reduce incontinence, allowing for you to return to everyday life without the worry and inconvenience of leaking
- Speed up postnatal recovery, including injuries such as tears and episiotomies
- Improve pelvic muscles ability to contract and relax, reducing pain
- Improve ejaculation control by ensuring the pelvic area is toned
- Manage chronic pelvic pain
INDIBA Activ FAQs
Want to learn more about the INDIBA technology and how each treatment works? The answers to your questions can be found below:
How soon after having a baby can I have an INDIBA treatment?
You can start with Indiba within the first week after having a baby, to help speed your recovery and reduce pain. Dr Daniela Moise may start with bio-stimulation first and although we cannot treat over open wounds (i.e. caesarean sections), treating around them will help them to heal. INDIBA may help with optimizing scar formation, ensuring that the tissue remains supple.
Does INDIBA interfere with breastfeeding?
Not at all. You can be treated while breastfeeding. Just remember to clean the area before returning to breastfeeding, as it can be difficult for your baby to hold the nipple. It is recommended NOT to use the INDIBA Proionic Anticellulite Cream in this case. It has a vegetal extract that can be absorbed into the mother’s milk during treatment.
Can pregnant women be treated with INDIBA?
No. It is an absolute contraindication. Even if the patient only requires treatment on her knee during (any stage of) pregnancy, for example, we are prohibited from doing so.