Join us in revolutionizing incontinence treatment
InControl Medical is the leading provider of at-home FDA cleared medical devices for the treatment of incontinence in women. Bladder leakage affects 60 million women in the United States and bowel leakage affects an additional 16 million women.
In 90% of cases, bladder leakage is a muscle issue and InControl has worked to solve the issue without using pads, medications, or surgery. To date, InControl products have helped over 170,000 customers, with an over 90% effective cure rate.
InControl recently became certified by Medicare to sell and bill directly to Medicare. InControl Medical is poised to become the standard of care for urinary and fecal incontinence in the US.
Simply return the above noted documents to us at the following address:
InControl Medical, LLC, c/o Foley & Lardner LLP, 777 E. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202, Attn: David Seno.
Payments may be remitted via a personal check payable to “InControl Medical, LLC Security Account” for the dollar amount of your investment, or sent via wire transfer
Bank Name: First Midwest Bank Bank Address: 14870 W Greenfield Ave, Brookfield, WI 53005 Phone #: 414-466-8000 Routing #: 071901604 Account #: 8100746760
The account name is: InControl Medical, LLC Security Account
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