Salus Talent Pro is a highly inductive electromagnet that emits magnetic induction of up to 3 Tesla and a frequency ranging from 1 to 100 Hz, unlike standard magnets with significantly lower intensities ranging from 10 to 50 mT or less.

Its magnetic induction provides therapeutic effects thanks to its deep tissue penetration and precise application of the electromagnetic field.

The device stimulates nerves, muscles, blood circulation, and lymphatic flow. During the therapeutic procedure, patients experience no pain, only mild vibrations.

Following Salus Talent Pro therapy, rapid pain reduction and overall enhancement of the body's resistance occur due to stimulated lymphocyte production.

Understanding Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)

Various health conditions can cause pelvic pain. However, chronic pelvic pain persisting for more than three months may indicate Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, also known as CPPS. Assuming no microorganisms or infection are detected through swabs, and the pain persists, CPPS is a likely cause.

Although CPPS can occur irrespective of age, it most commonly presents between the ages of 35-45.

Key Symptoms of CPPS

The primary characteristic and symptom of CPPS is chronic pelvic pain, which often radiates to the genital area. CPPS is sometimes accompanied by frequent or painful urination and a sense of incomplete bladder emptying.

Due to chronic pelvic pain, patients often experience reduced libido or difficulties in achieving and maintaining erections. Additionally, pain during erections and painful ejaculations may occur.

Less common symptoms of CPPS may include fatigue, muscle or joint pain, sleep problems, or gastrointestinal symptoms such as bloating.

Differentiating CPPS Symptoms from Prostate Issues

Men often misinterpret CPPS symptoms as prostate problems due to their similar symptoms. Characteristic symptoms of prostate issues such as benign prostatic hyperplasia or prostatitis may include:

CPPS, on the other hand, is not always directly related to prostate issues but often presents similar symptoms.

Diagnosing Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

Diagnosing CPPS is challenging, and in some cases, it may take a considerable amount of time to establish the correct diagnosis.

Patients with CPPS often undergo a lengthy diagnostic process, which can be very frustrating. CPPS symptoms can be nonspecific and similar to symptoms of other urological or gastrointestinal issues, further complicating diagnosis.

Therefore, it is crucial to consult with an experienced urologist who can promptly recognize the specificity of CPPS and provide the correct diagnosis and appropriate therapy accordingly.

Uronova Guarantees 100% Successful CPPS Treatment with Salus Talent Pro Magnet

Previous CPPS treatments involved physical therapy, analgesic prescriptions, and lifestyle changes. However, such therapeutic approaches did not yield sufficiently effective results in all cases.

Uronova Center conducts CPPS treatment using the innovative, high-frequency Salus Talent Pro magnet in combination with LISWT regenerative therapy. By combining these two therapeutic methods, we guarantee 100% successful treatment and pain relief in the pelvis.

What Does the Therapeutic Procedure with Salus Talent Pro Magnet Look Like?

During the therapeutic procedure, the patient sits on a chair beneath which the Salus Talent Pro device is attached. The patient remains fully clothed during therapy, with no direct contact with the device.

The entire process is entirely painless; patients may only feel mild vibrations in the pelvic area, without any discomfort. The procedure is entirely safe, with no adverse effects or contraindications, leading to rapid pain reduction in patients with CPPS.