Designed By

Sandra Whittle, State Registered & Chartered Physiotherapist

Designer of the Patented Pelvic Floor Trainer

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My name is Sandra, I am a Chartered physiotherapist registered in the UK. My whole career I have been clinically interested in the holistic approach to women’s Health and my ‘Pelvic Floor Resistance Trainer and Massage Tool’, harnesses my knowledge from decades of physiotherapy and complementary therapies.

I invented this product after suffering from pelvic pain and symptoms of stress incontinence after giving birth to my three wonderful children. It was only then that I truly understood the impact that pelvic dysfunction can have on a women’s life.

My wish is that by using my device women will embrace their pelvic health and sexuality, by conditioning and training their ‘pelvic floor’.
Capture the true essence of women’s health with regular,
#EXERCISE, #MASSAGE, #PLEASURE, and re-connect with your inner-self.

Sandra's Clinical Interests

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    Chronic Pain

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    Postural Alignment

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    Massage & Soft Tissue Mobilisations

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    Lymphatic & Fascia Integrity

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    Oncology Massage

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    Complementary Therapies

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    Sports Massage & Rehabilitation

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    Women’s Health, ‘pelvic floor’ Rehabilitation

"I wanted to make a product that made your pelvic floor feel incredible"

Sandra Whittle, Registered & Chartered Physiotherapist

Pelvic Floor Exercise for Incontinence

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Thousands of women each year require help from a women’s Health Physiotherapist like me for pelvic floor dysfunction, prolapse and urinary or faecal incontinence symptoms. The role and skills of women’s Health physiotherapist are often multi-faceted, spanning obstetrics, gynaecology, continence and sexual Health. The most common conditions treated are conditions of prolapse and incontinence associated with a weak pelvic floor muscles and myofascial pain, both can have a massive impact on our sexual function and our quality of life.

One woman in three has a pelvic floor problem and some sort of incontinence, but it still it seems to be a taboo subject and we are still not talking enough about it. Women can become incontinent for numerous reasons. It may be from underlying neurological conditions including; fibromyalgia, birth defects, strokes, multiple sclerosis, and other physical problems associated with age and child birth. Incontinence is not inevitable with age and it is often treatable. Restoring your pelvic floor condition will help restore bladder control, restore your confidence and improve your sexual response, plus help you feel better equipped and ‘comfortable’ to deal with life!

What are People Saying about MyKORI?

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I hadn't realised how tight my pelvic floor was until I started massaging it

Now I don't think twice about getting on the trampoline and playing sport with my children

Pelvic floor muscle training and conditioning is very effective if performed right and maintained over time!