The Kegel Release Curve is a premium perineal massage tool that was developed by Kate Roddy, a sport and pelvic physiotherapist based out of Toronto.
The tool is made for pregnant women who are looking to prep their vaginal muscles ahead of birth, and makes the massage process more accessible and easily available to those looking to reap the benefits of this practice. Described as the "Tiffany's" of pelvic floor wands, the Kegel Release Curve is cast in a surgical-grade stainless steel that's easily washed with unscented soap. With its ergonomic design, the device helps to release stress-related tension and treat pelvic conditions.
The tool can be used within the last six weeks of pregnancy to massage the birth canal, and starting six to eight weeks postpartum to help prevent hypertonia.
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