I developed Incostress a class IIa medical device to control female incontinence and help women identify and rehabilitate their pelvic floor muscles. The reason I developed this was purely to help my own mother get a better quality of life. She had the TVT which was fine for a few years and at the age of 48 she was back incontinent again. There wasn\'t anything on the market which suited her needs, so with our nursing a backgrounds, we set about finding our own solution.
Incostress was developed and under went clinical trials in 2006 with success of 30% of women coming off the surgical waiting list.
Incostress has gone on to help thousands of women globally and I continue to strive to fight for more information about pelvic organ disorders and continence issues be made readily availible to help women get a better quality of life.
I run APOPS Europe which is a non profit organisation (Association of Pelvic Organ Prolapse support)
As I work closely with physiotherapists, continence nurses, uro/gynaecologists in several countries I always can obtain first hand accurate information regarding any incontinence or pelvic organ issues.
Please feel free to ask any questions.
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