Medical Research Journals

González-Isaza, P., Sánchez-Borrego, R., Salcedo, F. L., Rodríguez, N., Rizo, D. V., Fusco, I., & Callarelli, S. (2022). Pulsed magnetic stimulation for stress urinary incontinence and its impact on sexuality and health. Medicina-lithuania, 58(12), 1721.

K Ptaszkowski 'Assessment of the Short-Term Effects after High-Inductive Electromagnetic Stimulation of Pelvic Floor Muscles: A Randomized, Sham-Controlled Study'  J Clin Med, 2020 Mar, 9(3): 874.

Friedman, M. (n.d.). Is High-intensity Focused Electromagnetic Field Stimulation More Effective Than Pelvic Floor Muscle Training in Treating Stress Urinary Incontinence in Women? Dominican Scholar.

Bujnak, A., Crowder, C., & Krychman, M. (2021, February 26). Energy-Based Devices for Functional Vaginal Problems: Issues and Answers. Current Sexual Health Reports; Springer Science+Business Media.

Wattanakrai, P., Limpjaroenviriyakul, N., Thongtan, D., Wattanayingcharoenchai, R., & Manonai, J. (2021, October 14). The efficacy and safety of a combined multipolar radiofrequency with pulsed electromagnetic field technology for the treatment of vaginal laxity: a double-blinded, randomized, sham-controlled trial. Lasers in Medical Science; Springer Science+Business Media.

Fu, L., Long, S., Qin, L., Xu, H., Guo, L., Wang, H., Zheng, Z., & Zhang, J. (2023, March 23). The efficacy and safety of temperature controlled dual-mode radiofrequency in women with vaginal laxity. BMC Women’s Health; BioMed Central.

Karcher, C., & Sadick, N. S. (2016). Vaginal rejuvenation using energy-based devices. International Journal of Women’s Dermatology, 2(3), 85–88.