Pelvic Organ Prolapse – What is it?

Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) is a painful, debilitating medical condition that occurs when the normal support of the vagina is lost, resulting in the “sagging” or dropping of the female pelvic organs.

Prolapse is Widespread

30-50% of women will have some degree of prolapse during their life. More than 3 million women in the U.S. suffer from this condition and the rate of diagnosis is growing rapidly due to the aging population.

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A Minimally Invasive Uterine Prolapse System

The Unmet Need

EnPlace – A mesh-free approach for pelvic floor fixation.

The current standard of care includes hysterectomy or complex mesh surgery. EnPlace is a truly minimally-invasive system conducted with no mesh and minimal dissection. EnPlace was successfully tested in human trials, is cleared by the FDA and received CE Mark.

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Patient benefits: No mesh-related adverse events

No overnight hospital stay

All US patients in the Post-market Clinical Study were discharged and home that afternoon.

No scarring & quick patient recovery

With minimal dissection, scarring is less of a concern.

Resume lifestyle
within several days

Most patients resume most normal day-to-day activities within 2-3 days including light exercise and return to work. Sexual activity can resume at 4 weeks.

Opportunity to
preserve the uterus


No mesh-related adverse events

The EnPlace™ system does not use any form of Transvaginal Mesh, so there is no opportunity for complications previously associated with pelvic floor mesh.