Sherrie Palm Interview with InControl Medical: Next Generation for Pelvic Floor Strength

Interviews with Key Opinion Leaders within healthcare and industry provide valuable insights into multiple aspects of the POP dynamic.  As pelvic organ prolapse awareness increases and women recognize symptoms and request screening from their clinicians, the value of treatment variety will magnify. Every woman’s needs are unique; some women want surgery, some prefer non-surgical treatments. APOPS continually explores all treatment options to better inform our following.

A trip to InControl Medical (ICM) was of considerable value to better understand the pelvic floor strengthening devices this forward thinking company provides. I would like to share some information captured during my meeting with Amy Bomberg, VP of Sales Development, a refreshingly outspoken women’s pelvic health advocate.

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The POP dynamic is a complex one. Realistically if surgery for pelvic organ prolapse was easy, everyone would do it.  But it’s not easy. And it’s not logical for everyone to jump to surgery at the first opportunity. Show me a woman who is not sure about moving forward with POP surgery and I’ll show you a woman who should spend more time experimenting with non-surgical treatment options.

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