Interview with Dr. med. Karl-Heinz von Kellenbach
«This therapy plays a very important role»
Dr. v. Kellenbach
What effects does the therapy have on the incontinence?
«Men are often incontinent because after a prostate surgery some parts of the pelvic floor muscles and the nerve structure are injured or completely absent. ORGAWELL® method activates theses muscles and builds them up again. An incontinence after a prostate surgery can be confined with a long-lasting effect.»
What does this mean for the erection?
«The pelvic floor has a form of a bowl made of bones, tendons, muscles, and a braid of blood vessels and nerves. The potency muscles, as you can also call the pelvic floor muscles, enclose the man’s penis and the anus and stretch over the pelvic floor between the pelvic bone and the pubic bone. By strengthening these muscles you ameliorate the blood circulation in the penis, which results in a longer erection during the sexual act. Your quality of life gets significantly better.»
Dr. Kellenbach, you recommend the ORGAWELL® method. Why?
«Erection disorders, incontinence and prostatitis are quite spread illnesses that afflict men in an extreme way. In their treatment the training of the pelvic floor muscles plays a very important role. In contrast to medication the pelvic muscles therapy can easily be done at home and in a completely natural way. Those who strengthen their mostly neglected pelvic floor muscles ameliorate the static function of the neurons and muscles in the genital area.»
Dr. med. Karl-Heinz von Kellenbach is head physician at the Clinic Asklepios Paulinen in Wiesbaden, Germany.