Incontinence is the inability to store urine or stool and to decide independently when it is necessary or will become necessary to use the restroom. In Germany, more than 5 million people suffer from different forms of incontinence. It can occur at any age. Incontinence is fortunately a treatable condition.
Care primarily involves showing the people concerned individual treatment options and providing them with appropriate and reliable aids so they can take part in life confidently without psycho-social constraints. For people with such very personal and intimate conditions, factual and sensitive advice and support is essential.
We provide individual, tailored care and high-quality products so people can preserve their quality of life and increase their personal well-being. We have a variety of aids available depending on the type of incontinence. In the case of urinary incontinence, we provide care, for example, with high-quality products for absorption or dissipation.