Perineal Reeducation

What is Perineal Reeducation?


Perineal and pelvic rehabilitation aims to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to avoid problems with urinary leakage and other dysfunctions.


Done as a preventive measure, it reduces the risk of suffering from stress urinary incontinence, and, curatively, it can avoid the inconvenience caused by it.


Rehabilitation aims to restore the patient's weak points and must be directed by a professional. It is systematically recommended for women following childbirth and in this case, the sessions are reimbursed by Social Security.

Perineum: Definition:

- The perineum is the set of muscles located between the anus and the external genitalia. It is bounded by the pubis, coccyx and thighs.

- The perineum is the lowest part of the trunk and the pelvic region.


Which Probe to choose?


The choice of the probe is essential. Thanks to electrostimulation, the therapist will be able to advise you in order to determine the most efficient probe according to your morphology and the pathology to be treated.

In order to guarantee the best results, our products comply with European standards.

What is electrostimulation ?

Through a vaginal probe, a very weak electric current stimulates the perineum to contract. This painless method produces positive effects after a few sessions.

Be careful, improper placement of the probe can create strong uncomfortable sensations and, therefore, poor stimulation.

The Perisize and Optima references are the most efficient and the most sold for perineal rehabilitation.

Some effective exercises

Our advices

We all unconsciously make movements that damage our pelvic floor. You might as well remove these bad habits to reduce the risk of perineal fatigue and urinary leakage.

To work your abs intelligently, it is better to bet on the sheathing.

To reduce the risk of perineal relaxation, we must avoid certain bad habits that can tire our pelvic floor.

Once you've isolated the area to work, here's what you can do:

• Standing, sitting or lying down, tighten the muscles around the anus and vagina, without holding your breath. Keep the contraction for a few seconds, then release by pushing outward.

• Lying down, knees bent and slightly apart, contract your muscles slowly and keep the position as long as possible, then relax gently.

• In the same position as before, contract and release as quickly as possible.

• Make series of 5 to 10 contractions, several times a day. Start with 50 contractions per day to gradually increase to 120.

Mistakes to avoid

Not to do


• The abdominals, “Crunch” type. Favor sheathing

• Running

• Restrain or "stop pee"