A training device to help women do Kegel exercises correctly, addressing issues with the pelvic floor.
The Jury says
The healthcare professionals who developed this solution used a design-thinking and a participatory approach to create a new way of helping women learn how to train their pelvic floor muscles correctly. It is actually very difficult to explain to someone how to train this part of the body, and pelvic health has a huge impact on other muscles and organs for both men and women. Incontinence after childbirth is experienced by at least 30% of women, and incontinence due to aging is a problem for over 400k people diagnosed in Denmark alone. A simple, well-designed solution, easy to use, and with high impact.