Flyte therapy is a quick and easy way to strengthen the pelvic floor.

Introducing Flyte®

The first and only pelvic floor device to deliver the proven treatment modality of mechanotherapy to the pelvic floor, Flyte is transforming the standard of care for urinary

What is Flyte?

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Flyte is the new gold standard for conservative treatment of SUI and weak pelvic floor muscles.

1. Continence rates & durability comparable to surgery [1, 2]
- 83% achieve continence in only 6 weeks (71% when including the highest severity SUI)
- 77% still continent 2 years post treatment

2. Fast & Easy
- 5 minutes a day for 6 weeks at-home or in the clinic
- No ongoing maintenance typically required

3. Clinically Proven
- 2 substantiative clinical trials, 179 subjects [1, 2] , including one of the largest randomized
double-blind studies of SUI
- Proven effective for mild, moderate, and severe SUI [1]

4. Unique Mechanism of Action
- Only product to use mechanotherapy, a proven treatment modality foundational to physical
therapymuscle rehabilitation [3]
- Gentle mechanical (not electrical) pulses paired with active pelvic floor movement for
cellular level tissue repair and facilitation of neuromuscular memory

5. Expert Support
- We empower women and clinicians with a complimentary Ask A (Pelvic) Physical Therpist
service, private Facebook community monitored by pelvic PTs, and free educational content

A foundational treatment modality that actively treats and tones pelvic floor muscles, which has been proven to treat SUI

Flyte Delivers Mechanotherapy

Flyte Therapy Device progress graphic

On a neuromuscular level, the mechanical vibrational stimulation can induce non-voluntary muscular
contraction through tonic vibration reflex (TVR), activating the proprioceptive sensory system and
facilitating neuromuscular memory.

The result is improved clinical outcomes compared to traditional Pelvic Floor Muscle Training (Kegels), Kegel trainers and electrical stimulation devices.

The Positive Effects of Mechanotherapy

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Expand Your Clinic Walls

Women today are looking for effective and convenient treatment options that support their physical and mental needs while fitting into their lifestyle. As awareness of the importance of pelvic health increases, demand for effective and specialized care is greater, intensifying access to care challenges - and highlighting the need for evidence-based resources to support patient care, accelerate positive outcomes, and reduce unnecessary costs. Flyte empowers you to provide this level of care to your patients.

Flyte Therapy Device - Urinary incontinence by age graphic
1 in 3 women report urinary incontinence postpartum at 3 months [5] , 6 months [6] , and 4 years later [7] . Greater than 75% of women who report UI at 3 months postpartum continue to report urinary incontinence 12 years later [8].>80% of women are coping without treatment for SUI. [9] Pads cost ~$750 per year.UI is linked to more than double the rate of severe depression [10]Women with UI experience x times the rate of recurrent UTI than women without UIWomen with UI cost payors 1.6x more than a matched cohort without UI [11]

One thing is clear: the earlier we address urinary incontinence, the better chance we have to reduce chronic symptoms and the need for future interventions.
- At 5 minutes a day, Flyte is simple to incorporate into a busy lifestyle.
- With a greater than 90% adherence rate 3 and continence and durability rates comparable to surgery [1, 2] , Flyte is an optimal solution for your patients with SUI caused by pelvic floor weakness for fast, effective, long-term results.

How Can Your Patient Get Flyte?

Flyte is FDA-cleared for OTC and prescription use.

  • We offer discount codes to healthcare providers and patients purchase directly on our
    website with your discount code.

  • We offer reseller agreements to providers and clinics for patients to purchase directly from
    you. Available in packs of 4 Flyte units at a discounted price.

    By collaborating with healthcare professionals, we are bridging the gap between in-clinic patient care
    and the need for greater support for women with urinary incontinence.

    Flyte is a safe and effective alternative to surgery to treat stress urinary incontinence and improve pelvic floor muscle tone.

See what doctors and patients are saying about Flyte


Flyte was recommended to me by my pelvic floor PT, and I’m so glad she told me about it! My healing progress after having a baby had stalled, but once I started using
Flyte, I noticed a difference in just a short amount of time. It really helped me to focus on my pelvic floor muscles and gave me a less subjective way to measure results. I am happy to see significant improvements in leakage over the last few weeks to the point that I no longer wear pads just in case.

Young woman  - Flyte therapy

I’ve had urinary incontinence for a few years and have been trying
different methods to resolve it. Even though this was an online purchase the advice I received from Leah, their physical therapist, via email was outstanding. I’ve seen 3 physical therapists for this problem and she was equally helpful as 2 and more helpful than one of them. So thank you very much Flyte.


My father was a gynecologist whose patients participated in the trial study for Flyte. I remember him telling me about the product and how it would be life changing for me without having to have surgery. I decided to give it a shot before considering surgery. It has been almost four weeks and I am already seeing results.


I have been using Flyte for three weeks, and I think it is working! I have been dealing with bladder leakage since my daughter was born 11 months ago. After months of
pelvic floor PT and nothing else working, my PT suggested Flyte. I have used in diligently daily. Lately, I have noticed that when I walk downhill or exercise, I have not been leaking. I will continue to work the program daily. I am very pleased with my progress so far. Thanks Flyte!

Flyte Device for pelvic strengthening

I have been using Flyte for 6 weeks. It was recommended to me by my
urologist. I have been dealing with incontinence for years, plus I have MS. I was surprised by the price but my doctor sent me a code to get a
discount. I was desperate!!!! I decided to go for it. I have been doing Flyte, meds and p.t. for the
six weeks. I have noticed a huge improvement. I plan to continue to use Flyte. Hopefully I will be pad free soon!

woman smiling - Flyte therapy device

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1. Nakib N, Sutherland S, Hallman K. Novel Pelvic Floor Treatment with Mechanotherapy: Final Clinical
Trial Results in Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Neurourology and Urodynamics.
Published online 2020. Accessed June 10, 2023.

2. Nilsen I, Rebolledo G, Acharya G, Leviseth G. Mechanical oscillations superimposed on the pelvic floor
muscles during Kegel exercises reduce urine leakage in women suffering from stress urinary
incontinence: A prospective cohort study with a 2-year follow up. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2018
Oct;97(10):1185-1191. Doi: 10.1111/aogs.13412. Epub 2018 Aug 2. PMID: 29923602.

3. Fulker, A., Kovela, S., Minalli, M. (2023). Science and Mechanism of Action for Clinical Rehabilitation of
Female Stress Urinary Incontinence. [Unpublished manuscript].

4. Data on file at Flyte by Pelvital.

5. Gao, Jiejun MD; Liu, Xinru PhD∗; Zuo, Yan MD; Li, Xiaocui MD. Risk factors of postpartum
stress urinary incontinence in primiparas: What should we care. Medicine 100(20):p e25796,
May 21, 2021. | DOI: 10.1097/MD.0000000000025796

6. Wesnes SL, Hunskaar S, Bo K, Rortveit G. The effect of urinary incontinence status during
pregnancy and delivery mode on incontinence postpartum. A cohort study. BJOG. 2009
Apr;116(5):700-7. doi: 10.1111/j.1471-0528.2008.02107.x. Epub 2009 Feb 10. PMID: 19220234;
PMCID: PMC2675011.

7. Fritel X, Fauconnier A, Levet C, Bénifla JL. Stress urinary incontinence 4 years after the first
delivery: a retrospective cohort survey. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2004 Oct;83(10):941-5. doi:
10.1111/j.0001-6349.2004.00457.x. PMID: 15453890; PMCID: PMC2662093.

8. MacArthur, C. et al. (2015). Urinary incontinence persisting after childbirth: Extent, delivery history,
and effects in a 12-year longitudinal cohort study. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics &
Gynaecology, 123(6), 1022–1029.

9. Flyte by Pelvital Market Research.

10. Cheng S, Lin D, Hu T, Cao L, Liao H, Mou X, Zhang Q, Liu J, Wu T. Association of urinary incontinence
and depression or anxiety: a meta-analysis. J Int Med Res. 2020 Jun;48(6):300060520931348. doi:
10.1177/0300060520931348. PMID: 32552169; PMCID: PMC7303787.

11. Datar, M., Pan, L., McKinney, J. L., Goss, T. F., & Pulliam, S. J. (2022). Healthcare resource use and
cost burden of urinary incontinence to United States payers. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 41(7),