Welcome to the UROX Bladder Health Centre.
Urinary incontinence and Overactive Bladder are common problems affecting up to 16% of Australian men and up to 37% of Australian women.
The total affected population is difficult to quantify as it is often under reported, however The Continence Foundation of Australia states that over 3.1 million Australians experience bladder control problems.
Our Bladder Health Centre contains information and links to help you understand the condition and, most importantly, not feel bad about it.
Seipel Group has 3 patent families spanning 25 countries, and we have just been awarded a second patent on Prorox®, due to the uniqueness of the formulation, from the Australian Patent Office. The patent is for the Prevention or Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and Related Disorders.
There has been a paradigm shift in the treatment of male LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms) such as urinary frequency, urgency and getting up at night for the toilet. The convention has been to focus on the prostate, in particular BPH, but half the time male LUTS are caused by a bladder issue, commonly overactive bladder (OAB). Seipel Group’s Prorox® formula is a patented, effective herbal and nutritional formula that has been scientifically formulated to support both the prostate and the bladder.
We closely monitor the quality of all our ingredients to deliver products that can be trusted. Saw palmetto, for example, a key ingredient in our Prorox® formula is known to provide relief from benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), and it is widely used. It is an expensive ingredient and unfortunately there are numerous products on the market that use saw palmetto adulterated with animal fats and other substances. We source a wild-crafted product, and closely monitor the process of extracting the active ingredient from the berries, and screen for adulterations.
We aim to reach and maintain the highest standards in both product quality and efficacy. Our full accreditation status of Australian Trusted Trader (from The Department of Home Affairs and the Australian Border Force) testifies to the fact that our supply chain security and trade compliance meets the Australian Customs standards.
Seipel Group is at the leading edge of international research and writing on bladder health, and people are starting to notice our research online. Thousands of conversations about scholarly content happen online every day. Altmetric tracks a range of sources and Seipel Group’s UROX® Bladder Control research was the second most viewed on the prestigious BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine Journal for 2018. This is an open access journal publishing original peer-reviewed research articles on interventions and resources that complement or replace conventional therapies. Seipel Group is pleased to be making such a significant contribution to raising global awareness on the issue of natural bladder control.
Seipel Group Winner in esteemed Nutra-ingredients – U.S.A Awards for Urox® Nutrition Research Product
Seipel Group is honored to have been awarded NutraIngredients Nutrition Research Project of the year for our published clinical research on Urox® which showed that an herbal formula can reduce occasional urinary frequency to normal range, decrease occasional feelings of urgency, reduce nocturia almost in half with 23% reporting normal continence while pad/adult diaper usage decreased for 75% of participants. The award was accepted by study co-author Dr. Alexander Schauss of AIBMR Life Sciences. The award-winning study is published here
Seipel Group Finalists in esteemed Nutra-Ingredients – U.S.A Awards for Urox® Nutrition Research Product
We are pleased to announce that Urox® is one of three finalists in the Nutraingredients-USA Awards for Nutrition Research Project of the year for our clinical research published in January!
We’d like to thank the University of Queensland, participating research scientists including Dr. Alexander Schauss and each of our valued partners for your support.
The winner’s will be announced on July 16th. Naturally, we’ll keep you posted! To see the full announcement click here
Scientific studies have found that some popular prescription and over-the-counter medicines have anticholinergic activity and can increase the possibility of developing dementia. Unfortunately, bladder medications are included in the list. We’ve popped a couple of articles from The Washington Post and The People’s Pharmacy in our Bladder Heath Centre for you to read.