Biofeedback no help in pelvic-floor muscle training

Electromyographic biofeedback shouldn't be routinely offered, say the UK researchers

Performing pelvic-floor muscle training can improve symptoms of urinary incontinence, but there is no benefit to adding electromyographic biofeedback, a study suggests.

In a randomised trial that included nearly 600 women with urinary incontinence, researchers saw no benefit at the end of two years from adding electromyographic biofeedback to pelvic floor muscle training.

The researchers from Glasgow Caledonia University in the UK wrote that overall electromyographic biofeedback should not be routinely offered as