The evadri System is an office-based treatment unit that provides a safe, well-tolerated therapy for bladder control problems. It treats incontinence by teaching you to control the muscles that support and help control bladder function. At an in-office treatment session, a small sensor is inserted into the vagina. You are then asked to do an exercise called a “Kegel,” or contract the pelvic floor muscles as if trying to stop urinary flow. The sensor evaluates muscle strength and allows the muscle contraction to be seen on a display screen. This helps you and your healthcare professional determine if you are using the correct muscles. This is sometimes referred to as biofeedback.