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General educational information provided by Pelvital about Flyte, the pelvic floor or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) does not constitute medical advice. Flyte is intended for the strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles, which has been found to help women with SUI.
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If you're here, you're probably coping with bladder leaks and wondering what to do about it. As Customer Care Manager for Flyte and a physical therapist who has treated a wide variety of pelvic floor conditions, I can help answer your questions about Flyte and the pelvic floor. I can help you determine if Flyte could be a solution to consider and get the most out of Flyte Therapy.
I'm one of the two on-staff pelvic floor physical therapists with Flyte. I have treated a wide variety of pelvic floor problems in practice and am passionate about increasing awareness of pelvic floor conditions and access to treatment. I can answer your questions about Flyte and the pelvic floor. I can help you determine if Flyte could be a good solution to consider and help you get the most out of Flyte Therapy.