InControl and InControl for men are small, discreet medical devices designed for the sole purpose of strengthening pelvic floor muscles - both voluntary muscles and involuntary muscles

Pelvic floor muscle exercise

You CAN address the major cause of incontinence

Weakened muscles of the pelvic floor are the major cause of incontinence in Australian men and women - several million of us!

Weakened pelvic floor muscles may result in conditions such as:

  • Light bladder leakage
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Faecal incontinence
  • Stress incontinence
  • Urge incontinence
  • Mixed incontinence

The pelvic floor contains two types of muscle, either or both of which may need re-strengthening:

  • Skeletal or voluntary muscle - manual exercise can assist with these muscles
  • Smooth or involuntary muscle - this muscle fibre cannot be exercised manually - it is controlled by the autonomic nervous system

Once your incontinence condition has been diagnosed, manual pelvic floor exercises (called Kegel Exercises) are a good place to start the recovery process.

However not everyone is successful with manual exercise.

SO, if you have tried manual pelvic floor exercise, with little success, then InControl or InControl for men, may be just what you need.

InControl is a highly effective way of:

  • Maintaining or building strength in pelvic floor muscles
  • Exercising both voluntary and involuntary muscle groups
  • Maintaining or building strength in the urethral sphincter muscles
  • Preventing many types of incontinence, where the underlying cause is weakened muscles of the pelvic floor

Other benefits of strong pelvic floor muscles may include:

  • Return of confidence
  • Potential to increase moderate levels of physical activity
  • Improved core strength
  • Better balance and stability
  • Improved posture and back support
  • Reduced back pain
  • Enhanced sexual performance and satisfaction

Who needs InControl?

The typical profiles of those who use InControl include:

  • Women who have damaged or weakened pelvic floor muscles during childbirth
  • Men, post prostate surgery
  • Some post menopausal women
  • Both men and women as they become elderly and their muscle strength deteriorates [In reality it is better to prevent the problem than wait for it to manifest]
  • Those men and women wishing to strengthen core muscles for improved core stability and prevention of lower back pain
  • Men and women wishing to tighten pelvic floor muscles to enhance the romance

Clients benefit from InControl when:

  • They cannot voluntarily initiate manual exercise
  • They cannot perform the manual exercise correctly
  • The manual exercise program is too difficult to maintain
  • Involuntary muscles need strengthening (the male internal urethral sphincter is a smooth or involuntary muscle and cannot be exercised manually)

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