InControl Medical LLC
Electronic nerve stimulation for female urinary incontinence
This article was originally published in Start Up
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation technology has been used for decades to noninvasively treat acute and chronic pain in the muscles, joints, back, and neck. Now, InControl Medical LLC is employing it in the form of an intravaginal probe combined with patient biofeedback and quantitative physician feedback to treat one of the largest and fastest growing female health care problems, stress and mixed urinary incontinence.
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