Pelvic Floor Stimulators for Incontinence
Incontinence affects 1 in 4 Australians.
To avoid adult diapers and liners, incontinence sufferers are encouraged to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. Exercises such as kegel exercises can help but can be difficult to target the right muscles effectively and consistently.
Our SensaTONE range provides both men and women a TENS device to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles to help relive urge, stress, mixed and faecal incontinence.
For women, this simple device with help with incontinence post-birth or after menopause and provides increased vaginal tone providing greater sensation during sexual activity. For men, particularly following prostate surgery, the SensaTONE for men aids in preventing the ongoing embarrassment of incontinence.