SINUG Congress 2023: NESA® Innovation and Technology in Urogynaecology

Imagen del Congreso SINUG 2023 en Valencia con el Oceanografic de fondo uroginecología

Urogynecology and pelvic floor health

The SINUG Congress 2023organised by the Iberoamerican Society of Neurourology and Urogynaecology, will take place this year at Valenciathe days 9, 10 and 11 November. This is an event that brings together, every year, different health professionals with a common denominator: urogynecology and pelvic floor health. As you know, NESA WORLD® has a specific branch for the treatment of pathologies related to the medical field of urogynecology. That is why, among other reasons, our presence at SINUG was a must. We tell you why.

NESA® technology as an adjunct to urogynecological pathology treatments

The NESA® Non-Invasive Neuromodulation has become a perfect ally in the treatment of a wide variety of diseases. urogynecological problems, as the overactive bladder, he chronic pelvic pain or the erectile dysfunction. The work done by our XSIGNAL® device is based on the electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves to regulate the function of organs and tissues related to these pathologies. This is why we say that its function is revealing as a complement to conventional treatments. Furthermore, one of the most significant advantages of non-invasive neuromodulation is its ability to provide an effective therapeutic alternative without the need for surgery, thus minimising the risks and recovery time associated with more invasive procedures.

Overactive bladder and NESA® Non Invasive Neuromodulation treatment

The overactive bladder is a common disorder which can significantly affect the quality of life of those who suffer from it. The urinary urgency and frequency symptoms can be uncomfortable and, in some cases, debilitating. Fortunately, there are options that complement more conventional treatments and are effective. This is the case of Non Invasive Neuromodulation NESA®.

This innovative technique aims to influence the nerves responsible for controlling bladder contraction. Through this advanced technology, it aims to restore the balance in communication between the brain and the bladder, which can make a huge difference to the lives of people suffering from overactive bladder.

The XSIGNAL® system uses gentle, controlled electrical stimulation to modulate nerve activity, which can help reduce bothersome symptoms of urinary urgency and frequency. This means that the people with overactive bladder can experience a significant improvement in their quality of life..

Chronic pelvic pain and NESA® technology

Similarly, in the treatment of chronic pelvic pain, this technique can provide relief by modulating the pain signals transmitted by the nerves.

In this sense, the NESA® technology offers a non-invasive approach with good results in the treatment of chronic pelvic pain. Through controlled and gentle electrical stimulation, this technology can influence the nerves responsible for transmitting pain signals from the pelvic region to the brain. This modulation of pain signals can significantly reduce the intensity and frequency of discomfort, providing tangible relief for those seeking an effective, long-term solution to chronic pelvic pain.

Erectile dysfunction and NESA® microcurrents

If we put the focus on the context of the erectile dysfunctiontreat patients with NESA® microcurrentscan improve blood circulation and sexual response by stimulating the nerves responsible for sexual function. Through the application of controlled microcurrents, this therapy can activate the nerves essential to the erection process. This, in turn, improves blood circulation to the genital area, resulting in an improved erection. more satisfying sexual response and increased erectile capacity.

Erectile dysfunction is a common concern for many men and can have a profound impact on quality of life and confidence.

In short, non-invasive neuromodulation opens up an enormous window of possibilities for treating these types of urogynecological pathologies. Conditions that reduce the quality of life of patients and for which NESA® technology is a safe and beneficial option.

The NESA® microcurrent technology in the stand 10 of the SINUG 2023 Congress

You will be able to test and learn about our NESA® Non Invasive Neuromodulation technology at the stand 10 of the SINUG Congress 2023. There is no doubt that our advanced medical technology is one of the factors that promote and care for the urinary continence of the population, with the improvement of the patient in its focus. Because we are aware that only from a comprehensive approach, the necessary advances can be made to continue innovating in medical areas such as functional urology and urogynecology. For this reason, we applaud the local scientific committee and the SINUG Board. They have prepared, with great care, rigour and creativity, a programme attractive, high-level, and in which everyone, both medical staff and patients, feel integrated. This is undoubtedly the attraction of multidisciplinarity - congratulations on this!

Valencia, venue of the SINUG 2023 Congress

And to top it all off, Valencia, the site of this year's SINUG Congress 2023The urogynaecological health professionals meet again, network, learn about the latest developments in the sector, learn new techniques and share knowledge. Isn't that what we call medical progress?

In our case, the SINUG Congress 2023 becomes, whether you are a medical professional or a patient, a unique opportunity to explore the NESA® technology in the context of the urogynaecology. That's why we are looking forward to seeing you in Valencia.

Join our community and be part of the change!

Semi-attendance and exclusive course of Non Invasive Neuromodulation NESA® in urogynecology.

Juan Manuel Marín Mesa, gynaecologist and expert in Non Invasive Neuromodulation NESA®.

If you are health professional in areas such as urology, gynaecology o specialist in pelvic floorNESA WORLD® is planning to offer a course exclusive blended learning, specialising in neuromodulation of the autonomic nervous system in urogynaecology.

The classroom-based course will take place in Madrid the days 10 and 11 February 2024 and will bear the official seal of quality of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and with experts in non-invasive neuromodulation, such as the Dr. Juan Manuel Marin and the teacher Ms. Ketty Ruiz.

The online course including 3 months online in our campus with more than 150 hours of digital contentWe will soon be launching a new course: audio-visual lectures, comprehensive manuals, up-to-date scientific evidence and essential bibliography. We will soon launch a exclusive offer with only 50 places available.
For more information, please visit our website: www.nesa.world.

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