Flyte helps women strengthen weak pelvic floor muscles to reduce a type of bladder leakage called stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Flyte reduces both the frequency and volume of urine.
The Flyte wand is placed in the vagina and delivers mechanotherapy while you contract (squeeze or tighten) your pelvic floor muscles during a 5-minute per day, six-week treatment. Mechanotherapy is an established medical treatment that has been shown to be effective in the rehabilitation of muscles and other tissues. It stimulates cellular responses that support the body's healing process.
The Flyte wand is sized to make contact with the pelvic floor muscles and provide a gentle, therapeutic stretch while inserted. The wand’s internal electronic components deliver mechanical pulses to stimulate the pelvic floor, delivering biofeedback while you complete pelvic floor muscle contractions (Kegels). The pulses work together with the therapeutic stretch and contractions to deliver an effective mechanotherapy-based treatment for incontinence.
Most women are able to use the Flyte wand without issue, but not everyone is a good candidate for Flyte.