Kegel exercises have been clinically proven to help treat erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence in man.
Physical therapists use electrical stimulation to help train pelvic floor muscles (PFM) and make Kegel exercises more effective. The eKegel is a home device to stimulate pelvic floor muscles. Use it twice a day as part of a regular therapy program to fight ED and incontinence.
For more information, read our review of the eKegel.