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Danielle, Keeping Up With The Holdsbys, shares her witty and fun journey to greater pelvic health resulting in the fringe benefit of enhanced sexual satisfaction through using PeriCoach.
Far more promising are new devices such as PeriCoach that are designed to replicate what a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist does. Dr Lauren Streicher discusses PeriCoach.
Most women know that Kegel exercises can help prevent leaking urine, but did you know that they can also enhance sexual function. Find out how from Nurse Barb.
Nearly two-thirds of American adults own a smartphone. Find out how apps, including PeriCoach, can help you manage your health.
Nurse Barb details the features of using PeriCoach along with her personal experience.
The PeriCoach has now been cleared by the FDA for over-the-counter sale in the United States. Medgadget shares the details.
A weak bladder might be more common than hay fever, but it’s still a taboo topic. The Daily Mail discusses this and PeriCoach.
Over 9 million women suffer from urinary incontinence but exercise can make it a thing of the past. Fighting Fifty talks to Becky Aston and Lucy Teear.
A gadget that can tell you are doing the exercises correctly, encourage you to remember to do them and record your progress. Read Gussie Grips’ PeriCoach review here.
Peta Bee of The Times discusses the stigma of talking about a weak pelvic floor and offers solutions to help reverse this common problem.
PeriCoach® Real-World Data Analysis Reveals Statistically and Clinically Significant Reduction in Incontinence Symptoms Within 3 Weeks
PeriCoach® Real-World Data Analysis Reveals Statistically and Clinically Significant Reduction in Incontinence Symptoms Within 3 Weeks August 21, 2018 Independent US-based biostatistician analyses PeriCoach version 3 real-world data. At the conclusion of the “8 Week Challenge”, more than 75% of users have at least 80% reduction in leakage volume and episodes, a highly meaningful and significant improvement in continence symptoms. […]
PeriCoach® Clinical Trial Reveals Marked Improvement in Quality of Life, Sexual Function and Continence
Analysis of PeriCoach clinical trial data shows significant improvements in quality of life and sexual function, in conjunction with reduced urinary incontinence and improved pelvic floor strength.
Chelsea Cornelius was announced as the winner of the Outstanding Achievement Award, recognizing a significant and outstanding contribution to the development of medical technology.
FDA expands use of PeriCoach at-home pelvic floor trainer device and smartphone app for sexual health
The US Food and Drug Administration has clarified use of the PeriCoach home pelvic floor strengthening system to include applications of improved sexual sensation and satisfaction as well as increased orgasm potential for women.
PeriCoach is very proud to announce that our leading pelvic floor muscle trainer and app is now cleared for OTC sale in the United States. Download the full press release or read direct from PR Newswire.
Ten pelvic health physical therapists (PTs) used PeriCoach and completed a questionnaire as part of a PT Experience program. Ten out of ten PTs indicated an overall positive experience with PeriCoach and all would recommend it to their patients.
After conducting a survey of PeriCoach users, Analytica announces that their clients’ feedback indicates increased sexual satisfaction after strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles through kegel exercises
One in three women over age 18 experiences involuntary urine leakage and PeriCoach is now FDA approved and available to help.
The benefits of strengthening your pelvic floor cannot be understated and yet they often are! Don’t delay, get a PeriCoach and start your kegel exercises today.
Now that the Food and Drug Administration have given Analytica 501K Clearance, The PeriCoach system will be marketed in the United States for purchase with a perscription.