Elidah plans to use the funding to raise awareness of incontinence and improve distribution channels for its two wearable products
By Lydia Zeller, CEO at Pelvital USA
The acquisition is hoped to help more women strengthen their pelvic health and restore their bladder control
The Flyte intravaginal device aims to treat stress urinary incontinence and strengthen pelvic floor muscles
The device uses motion sensor technology to help women strengthen their pelvic floor
This is the first study to demonstrate the superiority of digital therapeutic devices over Kegels alone in treating urinary incontinence.