Strengthen your pelvic floor

INNOVO Pelvic Floor Exerciser Device

Treat bladder weakness, don't just put up with it.

INNOVO® is a revolutionary technology that treats the root cause of bladder weakness, rather than just the symptoms, by non-invasively strengthening the pelvic floor via pain-free muscle stimulation. This safe & convenient at-home treatment is suitable for women and men, and is clinically proven to work with 93% of users experiencing a significant reduction in leaks after just 4 weeks1.

The INNOVO® garment wraps comfortably around the thighs and is attached to a hand-held controller which varies the intensity of the pelvic floor stimulations. The treatment is delivered completely externally, without any insertion devices such as vaginal probes and treats Stress, Urge & Mixed Incontinence. 

Don't let leaks affect your quality of life and emotional wellbeing. Regain control today and live life with confidence!


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Innovotherapy is a non-invasive way to restore your pelvic floor, treating the primary cause of urinary leaks rather than just masking the symptoms.

Your pelvic floor: What is it and how can you strengthen it?

Learn everything you need to know about one of the most instrumental muscles in the body. Find all the information and advice you need, together in one place from the experts in pelvic floor health. 

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Does it work? Most definitely. I am in my seventies and have suffered with bladder weakness for over 40 years - now I am pad free and living my life to the full. It's never too late to make that step. Don't give up. Things do get so much better, believe me. It worked for me and as a result, I got my life back. Thanks INNOVO®.

Christine, 70

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After four weeks of using INNOVO®, I started to feel results, which improved as the weeks went on. It has completely changed my life for the better and I am no longer stressing about how long I may need to be in the car for. It was easy to use and it was nice to have something outside, rather than putting something inside. Being so busy, I enjoy have a routine, and it was very straight forward to incorporate INNOVO® into my evening schedule - usually when I was ironing or watching television.

Christine, 30

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Dealing with prostate cancer was hard enough, but then to have urinary incontinence was also a daily emotional struggle that I found hard to cope with. I can now go out, wear my normal clothes, and I am not constantly feeling down my trousers to see if I am all wet. I can do all the things I did before I had cancer - even visit the pub with my friends for a few pints.

Seamus, 60

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What's my verdict on the INNOVO®? Well, it has worked. I safely ran my half marathon, no pad needed and no accidents. I've had many coughs and sneezing attacks and again been absolutely fine.

Stacey, 30


After 12 weeks of use, I can honestly say that it is THE best product I have ever tried in terms of difference to me.

Mandi Jane, 40

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I finally have my sex drive back and their is no pain.

Sam, 30

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INNOVO® has given me back the confidence to run around with my little boy, to jump on a trampoline and most importantly laugh without worrying about any embarrassing leaks!


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Is INNOVO® right for me?

Our pelvic floor is one of our bodies biggest unsung heroes. Listen to real people just like you talk about their experiences with INNOVO® and how they are now living their life leak-free and with confidence. 

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Take the INNOVO® Quiz

Which areas of your life are being affected most by your bladder weakness? Confidence? Intimacy with your partner? Ability to just carry out day to day tasks? Take the quiz for advice tailored to you. 

1) Soeder S, Tunn R. (2012) - Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) of the Pelvic Floor Muscles using a Non-Invasive Surface Device in the Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI); A Pilot Study. IUGA Poster Presentation Conference, Dublin, Ireland (2013).

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