What is InTone?

It’s used for the treatment of stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence in women. InTone treats the underlying causes of incontinence—weak pelvic floor muscles and an over-active detrusor muscle. InTone combines the non-invasive treatment approaches of electrical stimulation and biofeedback with voice-guided exercises for a patient to use in the privacy of home. InTone results are guaranteed.

How InTone Treats Urinary Icontinence

InTone provides a Voice Guided Exercise Program, Visual Biofeedback, an Inflatable Probe and Muscle Stimulation at specific frequencies in an alternating manner to cure incontinence. In addition, InTone provides you with Objective, Quantifiable Data to demonstrate patient progress and assist in clinical decision making.

In-home InTone Sessions

InTone sessions are completed in the privacy of the patient’s home. Each session is approximately 12 minutes and are completed 6 days per week. Once desired results are achieved, patients continue with once or twice per week sessions to maintain gains. Stress Urinary Incontinence symptoms typically resolve within 10-14 weeks. Patients often notice improvement within a few weeks of use.

Urge Incontinence symptoms can take up to 26 weeks to resolve depending upon the severity of the individual’s symptoms at beginning of therapy. Patients will notice gradual improvement in symptoms over time. Once desired results are achieved, patients move to a maintenance protocol of 1-2 times per week to maintain results.

InTone Clinical Studies

Cleveland Clinic
Utilizing ApexM, Intra-vaginal Electrical Stimulation Device Compared to Sham Device for Chronic Pelvic Pain

Northwestern University
Chicago Utilizing ApexM, Vaginal Electrical Stimulation for Postpartum Neuromuscular Recovery (VESPR)