Elise 2

Probe Type: Vaginal Probe
Sale price£89.00


Elise 2 is an easy-to-use, rechargeable pelvic floor exerciser with a range of clinically tested programs - providing effective treatment for both stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence in both men and women. As well as improving sexual wellbeing Elise 2 can also be used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. 

An elegant slim-line design will easily blend itself into your daily life, not interfering with your day-to-day activities. A safe, drug-free, non-surgical solution, the Elise 2 Pelvic Floor Exerciser provides freedom from the use of containment pads and can help incontinence sufferers return to a normal lifestyle.

Our pelvic floor exerciser can be used with a vaginal probe or electrode pads. The device sends a gentle stimulation to the pelvic floor which strengthens your muscles and allows you to regain control. Training of this muscle group is what improves incontinence (bladder weakness) problems, becoming a long-term solution for an issue that may be affecting your daily life.


1 x Elise 2 continence stimulator unit
1 x Lead wire (L-ELGR)
1 x Short probe lead (L-VPCE)
1 x Liberty probe (X-VP)
1 x Mains adaptor
1 x Storage pouch
1 x Instruction manual

• One touch memory function to easily access the last program, strength and setting used
• Easy-to-use, modern, colour screen for clearer visibility
• 4 preset programs for optimal choice
• Gentle, comfortable stimulation with fine-tune adjustment settings for different levels of intensity
• Rechargeable li-ion battery
• Safety duration override – unit will turn off after 20 minutes to ensure the pelvic floor muscle is not overworked

• Do NOT use if you are or may be pregnant. It is not known whether TENS may affect foetal development.
• Do NOT use with optional electrode pads if you have a pacemaker (or if you have a heart rhythm problem) or with any electronic medical devices. • • Using this unit with electronic medical devices may cause erroneous operation of the device. Stimulation in the direct vicinity of an implanted device may affect some models.
• Do NOT use in the first 6 weeks following a pelvic surgery or vaginal childbirth. Stimulation may disrupt the healing process.
• Do NOT use if you have symptoms of active urinary tract infection, vaginal infections, or localized lesions. Introducing the probe may irritate sensitive tissue.
• Do NOT use if you have poor sensation in the pelvic region. You may not be able to control the intensity of stimulation safely.

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