Squeezy has been designed by chartered pelvic health physiotherapists working in the NHS.
It is suitable for all women who want to do pelvic floor muscle exercises (or Kegel exercises) and now also features a bladder diary which can be shared with healthcare professionals.
The app is particularly aimed at women who are seeing a specialist pelvic health physiotherapist for problems connecting to their bladder, bowel or pelvic floor muscles as it can be tailored to a specific exercise programme and set to remind you when to do your exercises.
It is simple to use, discreet, informative and has helpful visual and audio prompts to support your exercise programme plus it maintains a record of the number of exercises you have completed.
Squeezy has been clinically reviewed and approved by the NHS for its clinical safety, and has won several industry awards including ehi Awards 2016, Health Innovation Network 2016, National Continence Care Awards 2015/16 and was a finalist for awards including Advancing Healthcare Awards 2014 and 2017, Abbvie Sustainable Healthcare Awards 2016.
- Create and track a bladder diary
- Customisable exercise plan
- “Professional mode” to help physiotherapists set detailed exercise plans for patients
- Visual, and audio guides for exercises
- Information and tips written by professional Pelvic Health physiotherapists
- Track and monitor your progress
- Write a short note after a completed exercise
- Apple Watch support! Be extra discrete, squeeze from your watch
- Simple and clear interface
This app has been translated into Saudi Arabian Arabic.
تمت ترجمه هذا التطبيق الى اللغه العربيه ( المملكه العربيه السعوديه)
Fix for DLS reminder times that some users were experiencing.
Ratings and Reviews
I just went for a review with my gynae physio and my pelvic strength had improved. The app does really encourage you, and remind you. Well done NHS.
Apple Watch app can be improved
This is great app and I was delighted to see it has an Apple Watch app as I thought that would be the best way to keep my exercise routine discreetly and without having to interrupt what I’m doing at the time. However it was disappointing to see that the sound/haptics only work if you’re actively looking at the watch screen and keep the screen on, which completely defeats that point. If you turn your wrist back to rest position or let the watch screen turn off, then the app continues the “squeezes” without giving any warnings. Hence you miss part of that session. So you need to keep looking at your watch for the entire session. The watch app would be amazing if you could do your squeezes relying on the sound/haptics of the watch. Or even better if you could choose to use the haptics only, to make it more discreet.
Would be 5 star if the icon displayed!
Seems like a good app, helpful. Shame the icon doesn’t show properly on my iPad, ok on iPhone! Very odd.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for this - we will look into it. There is also a helpdesk that you can access via the website.
Best wishes - the Squeezy team
- Living With Ltd
- 11.6 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- English, Arabic
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- © Propagator Ltd, 2014-2018
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.