Take Charge of Your Pelvic Health, Take Control of Your Life
At Vibrance, our mission is to help women understand the pelvic floor and equip you with the knowledge you need to achieve optimal pelvic health.
Many of us do not know that there is a muscle call Pelvic Floor Muscle (PFM). Yes! It is true. Actually, the PFM is the one supporting our inner organs especially our uterus, bladder, rectum and also our back bone. Just like any other muscle, the pelvic floor muscle is healthiest when given a regular workout.
The best way to strengthen the pelvic floor muscle is by isolating it and exercising it. However, it is not easy to identify the correct muscles because it is inside our body, we can’t see it. We may be doing Kegel exercise, but we may not be exercising the pelvic floor muscles. Studies show more than 30% of women utilize the wrong muscle group when doing pelvic floor exercises (Bo & Sherbun, 2005). Meanwhile, another study mentioned that only 30% of women who try to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles do it correctly (Witkos, et al., 2012).
Eight years ago, we introduced the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer (VPT) to the world. The FDA cleared, award winning VPT helped thousands of women learn to engage and strengthen the correct pelvic muscles. Since then, we have also expanded to offer in person support and guidance on performing pelvic floor exercises effectively.
How Vibrance can help?
That is how Vibrance Pelvic Care Centre (VPCC) came into the picture. At VPCC, we offer a comprehensive solution to Malaysian women in strengthening your pelvic health. At VPCC, you will have access to pelvic health advice from certified Women’s Health Physiotherapists and state-of-the-art medical technology to ensure that you will succeed in achieving optimal pelvic health. To educate women on pelvic health, we offer Free Consultation to help you understand your pelvic health and what you can do about it. Yes! Now there is a place you can know more about your pelvic floor and it’s FREE!
The treatments we offer are non-surgical solutions, we are able to treat a wide range of symptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions (PFD). We also offer a Full Pelvic Assessment (FPA) to determine the clinical situation of your pelvic floor. You will get a full pelvic health report and a proper diagnosis of your conditions. We will also offer suitable treatments based on your conditions.
Our Pelvic 360 program is a comprehensive treatment plan that is customized to each client, based on your assessment result. The Pelvic 360 is an all-in-one pelvic therapy that offers unlimited pelvic treatments until you see result. Included in the package is the Pelvic Activation Therapy (PAT) and Abs, Back and Thigh (ABT) session.
The PAT session is a one-to-one session conducted by a women’s pelvic health physiotherapist to provide detailed guidance in ensuring effective activation of the pelvic floor muscles. You will learn how to isolate, activate and rehabilitate your pelvic floor muscles.
The ABT, is a group exercise session that works on strengthening the abdominal, back and thigh muscles. You will get to mix with other ladies and have fun, interactive exercise sessions to motivate yourself to stay healthy as well as strengthening your pelvic floor. Motivation is essential to ensure that you are able to continue this treatment until you are cure.
The VPT will also be provided to accelerate pelvic strengthening. This is your own private trainer that you can use it at home by yourself anytime you want. It just takes 5 minutes of your time to do this exercise.
You are Not Alone
Vibrance is here to ensure that you get the help that you need and to let you know that you are not alone on this journey. Alongside other women, you will be able to find the professional treatment, the physical and emotional support, and a clinically proven solution that you need here at the Vibrance Pelvic Care Centre. We will ensure that you will be able to see the results after doing the treatments with us.
Contact our Pelvic Health Consultants to know more on how we can help you.
Bo, K., & Sherburn, M. (2005). Evaluation of female pelvic-floor muscle function and strength. PubMed, 85(3), 269-282. doi: 10.1093/ptj/85.3.269
Witkos, J., & et al. (2012). Physiotherapy: Pressing Issues of Everyday practice