Minute, comfortable electrical pulses stimulate the motor nerves of the pelvic floor
Drug-free - no surgery - painless - effortless
InControl intended purpose
- Stimulating motor nerves of the pelvic floor
- Strengthening male pelvic floor muscles
- Strengthening female pelvic floor muscles
- Treating urinary incontinence
Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) listing number #175359
InControl technical specifications
- 30 intensity settings
- Maximum output of 60 volts
- Bi-phasic square wave signal
- Pulse width of 200 micro seconds
- All 3 modes are surging EMS (electrical muscle stimulation)
- PFE i mode - constant 10Hz, 5 seconds ON 10 seconds OFF - to stimulate involuntary muscle
- PFE v mode - constant 50Hz, 5 seconds ON 10 seconds OFF - to stimulate voluntary muscle
- PFE m mode - modulating 10Hz to 50Hz, 5 seconds ON 10 seconds OFF; modulation period less than 1 second; to stimulate both voluntary and involuntary muscle
Incontinence page links
If the cause of your incontinence is anything other than weakened pelvic floor muscles, then InControl will not be of significant benefit to you.
InControl is not intended for the treatment of pain. If you are experiencing pelvic pain, please seek medical advice before using TENS electrical stimulation of sensory nerves to manage that pain.
EllaEase is the product we recommend for pelvic pain relief.