Aids in the Management of Clustering, Frequency, and Incontinence

Often used in conjunction with pelvic therapy, biofeedback uses sensors to monitor specific muscle and body functions. This can help the patient learn to regain control over pelvic floor muscles.  With training, patients will learn to relax their pelvic floor muscles to improve bowel control. Speak with your doctor and/or pelvic therapist to determine if biofeedback is an option for you.