Pelvic Floor Stimulation

The Liberty® System is the easiest to use and most cost-effective PFS system available. It is designed to treat stress, urge and mixed incontinence, and consists of a stimulation device and a choice of three comfortable exercisers.

Non-invasive Urinary Incontinence treatment

Exercises the correct muscles

Active participation not required

Easy to use


No significant side effects

Ergonomically designed for comfort and convenience

Indicator light

Channel Switch Channel selection is made to treat your specific type of incontinence. There is a channel for stress incontinence, which is associated with strengthening and toning the pelvic floor neuromuscular tissue, and a channel for urge incontinence, which stimulates the detrusor inhibitory reflex to calm the overactive bladder. If you experience mixed incontinence, your clinician may prescribe specialized treatment sessions where channels are alternated with each treatment.

Intensity Adjustment Current is the amount of energy required to achieve the desired muscle response. This level is determined individually for each patient. Your clinician may instruct you to increase the intensity until you feel a pelvic contraction. When Liberty® is operating on the stress channel, many patients describe the sensation as tightening or lifting of the pelvic floor. When using the urge channel, the sensation is often described as a thumping or tapping. These sensations should not be uncomfortable.

Continuous Control Depress the Continuous Control Button to deliver uninterrupted stimulation while determining the appropriate intensity level.

Amber Stimulation Light illuminates when the device is delivering stimulation current.

Duty Cycle As in all exercises, a muscle requires a relaxation period between each contraction. The duty cycle is the total duration of the stimulation cycle plus the rest cycle. It is pre-programmed at 5 seconds of stimulation, followed by 10 seconds of rest.

Duration is the length of the treatment sessions prescribed by your clinician. Liberty® automatically shuts off after 30 minutes. When shorter treatment times are prescribed, the device can be turned off by turning the Intensity Adjustment Knob to zero.