UROSPOT expands into the Toronto market during a pandemic to help change women's lives and keep them out of nursing homes


UROSPOT expands into the Toronto market during a pandemic to help change women's lives and keep them out of nursing homes

UROSPOT (www.urospot.com) is a urology medical spa focused solely on pelvic floor strengthening using advanced technology through a chair (or the Kegel Throne) that delivers high intensity focused electromagnetic energy to cause deep pelvic floor muscle stimulation. UROSPOT Freedom Founder, Erin Craven, started the company because she struggled with bladder leaks and wanted desperately to find a solution. In doing her research, she learned that not only is incontinence highly prevalent (two out of three women over 40 struggle with bladder leaks and urge issues), it is also the number one reason why women end up in a nursing home. Now with the COVID-19 pandemic and devastation hitting nursing homes nationwide, people are more afraid than ever to have that be their last stop.

UROSPOT treats incontinence in a way that's revolutionary and non-invasive. The efficacy and the safety of the technology at UROSPOT has been approved by Health Canada and the FDA. The technology allows users to remain fully clothed on the chair, and the technology effectively produces 11,000 perfect Kegel exercises (also known as pelvic floor muscle training) in under 30 minutes. Craven claims "it's like outsourcing your Kegels and many women appreciate that as it's hard to remember to do them or to do them correctly". Treatment is effective for both women and men (especially men who have suffered from prostate cancer). Craven states that the tears of joy from her clients after their UROSPOT sessions is what drove her strength and motivation to expand during COVID-19.

Craven said the question she gets most often is "When are you opening more locations?" UROSPOT will be opening this July in The Kingsway at Humbertown Shopping Center in Etobicoke. Bookings at the new location have already started and UROSPOT Medical Director and OBGYN Dr. Laura Sovran says "there have been so many struggles for women that we just accept as being part of nature, and this results in many women struggling in silence. We need to recognize that having a leaking bladder is not a normal part of being a woman, although it is common.  UROSPOT offers a non-invasive solution to help regain strength and function in the pelvic floor". The UROSPOT experience is already social-distance friendly. Clients remain fully clothed, with no one touching them. A refreshing change in women's health and a win for the times.

UROSPOT's launch into the Toronto market will be supported with an insightful "Oops Moment" campaign developed by ivysmit agency, connecting with women in a way that takes something taboo historically, and makes it terrifically acceptable, like when giggles turn to dribbles. Craven states "many of us have been there. But it's why I'm determined to help change lives so that it's no longer the #1 reason why women end up in nursing homes in the future".

About UROSPOT. UROSPOT helps strengthen the pelvic floor using breakthrough technology that is FDA and Health Canada approved that builds muscle and restores neuromuscular control of the pelvic floor muscles while simply sitting on a chair. Instead of your brain telling your muscles to contract (or to "Kegel"), the energy does it for you at a rate and an intensity you could never do on your own. UROSPOT first launched last year in London, Ontario and is corporately owned. Franchise opportunities are available now.

Go to www.urospot.com for more information about the UROSPOT experience.





UROSPOT expands into the Toronto market during a pandemic to help change women's lives and keep them out of nursing homes UROSPOT expands into the Toronto market during a pandemic to help change women's lives and keep them out of nursing homes Reviewed by FADED4U on June 15, 2020 Rating: 5

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