Biofeedback therapy for reeducation of the pelvic floor muscles is a treatment that patients use to train, strengthen or relax the pelvic floor muscles in order to improve the function of urination and defecation and reduce some types of pelvic floor pain.

This is a painless method that uses special sensors and a monitor to display the signals related to the target muscles involved in the defecation. These signals are used to give feedback to the patient to contract, relax and control the muscles.

By using biofeedback, a person can learn not to use the wrong muscles and use the specific and responsible muscles, and as a result, have an easy and painless defecation. One of the important results biofeedback therapy is prevention of urinary and fecal incontinence, vaginismus or pain during sexual activity, constipation and urinary retention, and reduction of some pelvic floor pain. This treatment has been performed on both adults and children, which does not cause any pain.

In the Persepolis special physiotherapy complex, biofeedback therapy is performed under the supervision of a female physiotherapist in an independent room.

Specific exercises are given to the patients for their active participation at home, and the necessary recommendations regarding the type of nutrition, modification of the lifestyle, training of the correct activity of the pelvic floor muscles will be given to the patients.