The Science Behind The Pelvic Wand

The Inventor


Dr. Stifter (Honorary Professor) has been intensively involved with the process of strengthening the pelvic floor muscles in his 25 years of research as a clinical psychologist, therapist and sexual research scientist. He is internationally known for his work on the G-spot, as well as demonstrating that there is such a thing as female ejaculation. His books include Sexology of the Female Orgasm and Female Ejaculation and The G-Spot. He is an absolute expert in the functioning of the pelvic wall. His worldwide contributions to academic journals and conference programmes are too numerous to mention. He has taught at several universities and achieved international recognition for his contribution.

Scientific Studies


In order to test the efficiency of the Pelvic Wand, the perineometric electromyogram levels of 68 women were analysed. One session consisted of a total amount of 18 phases in which the test subjects were asked to contract for 10 seconds over 65% of the previously determined individual maximum level (ML) and then to relax the muscle under 10 % of ML.

Participants in the study were divided into two homogeneous groups of 34 women each, so that the average tension (AT) of the pelvic muscle strength of both groups at the beginning of the study was essentially the same. The group who were not going to use the Pelvic Wand had an AT of 8.78 microVolts; the group who were to use the Pelvic Wand had an AT of 8.70 microVolts.

The women in both groups were instructed to apply tension isometrically for 4 seconds and then completely relax for 8 seconds for a total of 30 cycles. The women were instructed to begin with one training session a day, increasing to two sessions a day at the beginning of the second week till the end of the experiment. One group was to do the same isometric training using the Pelvic Wand; the other without (traditionally Kegels are performed on their own). No exercise was to take place during menstruation.

The Results


After six weeks, a perineometric control measurement was taken. Over 75% of the test subjects in both groups indicated that they mostly only did one exercise session of 30 contractions per day. The average tension (AT) of the “without Pelvic Wand” group increased during this time period to 10.87 microVolts (23%); the AT of the “COME” group increased to 14.32 microVolts (64%). The advantage of the pelvic training with the Pelvic Wand is also apparent through the pronounced differences in the average relaxation and contraction period (without the Pelvic Wand – Average Tension minus Average Relaxation AT-AR from 6.20 to 8.48 microVolts; with COME – from 5.39 to 10.71 microVolts). ()....

The study was presented to a panel of international experts and released to a scientific committee for publication in the renowned “Journal of Sexual Medicine”.

Trier University Study

Project Director: Dr. Rüdiger Jacob

The subjects questioned were women between the ages of 20 and 84 who used the Pelvic Wand. The most important training motivation for women was to improve the probability of achieving an orgasm, and to reduce urinary incontinence. The women were overwhelmingly satisfied with most aspects of the product quality, such as the length, shape, circumference, and instruction manual.

Most of the women were also satisfied with the quality of the results. The Pelvic Wand reportedly helped about 75% of the women reduce urinary incontinence or achieve an orgasm after an intensive training period. The results are reflected in the highest scores “1” and “2” given by 70% of the women while rating the Pelvic Wand on a scale of 1 (“very good”) to 5 (“very bad).

Project Director: Dr. Rüdiger Jacob

The subjects questioned were women between the ages of 20 and 84 who used the Pelvic Wand. The most important training motivation for women was to improve the probability of achieving an orgasm, and to reduce urinary incontinence. The women were overwhelmingly satisfied with most aspects of the product quality, such as the length, shape, circumference, and instruction manual.

Most of the women were also satisfied with the quality of the results. The Pelvic Wand reportedly helped about 75% of the women reduce urinary incontinence or achieve an orgasm after an intensive training period. The results are reflected in the highest scores “1” and “2” given by 70% of the women while rating the Pelvic Wand on a scale of 1 (“very good”) to 5 (“very bad).