Diane. K. Newman

DNP, CRNP, FAAN, BCB-PMD, Nurse Practitioner, Penn Medicine

Clinical evidence and FDA approval are features of a good pelvic training device

“Clinical evidence is an important consideration for me in choosing a pelvic training device for home use in women with bladder and pelvic floor problems. As important is the device be cleared by the FDA. As the woman uses it at home, the device needs to be “user-friendly” which means it should be easy to use and provide feedback so the person knows if she is being successful in contracting the pelvic floor muscles. An added benefit, that could maximize the effectiveness of pelvic muscle training, is a device that offers resistance training. I urge women to take charge of their pelvic health early and often as the benefits are profound and life changing.”

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