Kegel8 V For Men Makes It Easy

Updated: Nov 22, 2021

Kegel8 V for Men electronic pelvic toner

The Kegel8 V For Men Pelvic Toner is a revolutionary electronic pelvic toner that uses neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) to stimulate the muscles in your pelvic floor to contract and relax, giving you an effective pelvic floor workout while you relax.

Simply insert the anal probe or place the skin electrodes into position (in the perineal region, which is between your anus and your scrotum), select the programme that suits your needs and begin your exercise session.

With 50% of people performing kegels incorrectly, especially when doing them at home without the guidance from a specialist (physiotherapist that specializes in men's health), Kegel8 V For Men gives you the peace of mind that your kegels will be effective and your pelvic floor will be strengthened even when doing them at home, alone.

The recommendation for manual pelvic floor exercises is to exercises for around 10 to15 minutes, following a programme of fast and slow contractions, 3 time per day; with Kegel8 V For Men the neuromuscular electrical stimulation does all the work for you in one easy session per day.

What Programmes Does the Kegel8 V For Men Pelvic Toner Offer?

Can I Use Kegel8 V For Men?

Kegel8 V For Men has been designed not only to address pelvic floor problems but also to prevent them; making it an essential health aid for all men.

Classified as a Class IIa Medical Device, Kegel8 uses Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) to stimulate and strengthen your muscles.

This treatment method is perfectly safe and used widely by sportspeople and athletes for rehabilitation, muscle testing and strengthening.

However some people should not use NMES without first consulting a medical professional, these are people who:

  • Have a pacemaker - It may be possible to use the Kegel8 V For Men with your specific pacemaker, but please check with your GP or specialist.

  • Have a form of pelvic cancer - Unless advised to do so by your GP or specialist.


216 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All