Pelvic stability exercises for overcoming pelvic instability are demonstrated in this 10 minute expert video. Michelle Kenway Physiotherapist guides you step by step through three exercises designed to improve pelvic stability. Pelvic stability exercises are often prescribed to help reduce low back and pelvic pain.
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Pelvic Stability Exercises Demonstrated
These pelvic stability exercises provide general information about exercises to improve hip strength and pelvic stability. The pelvic stability exercises demonstrated are:
- The clam;
- The bridge; and
- The heel prop (not for during pregnancy).
Pelvic Stability Exercises Suitability
Pelvic stability exercises are often prescribed for women with:
Pelvic floor dysfunction including with a pelvic prolapse and after prolapse surgery;
Pelvic instability related to pregnancy and childbirth; and
Women seeking to strengthen the muscles around the pelvis.
The exercises included in this video are intended as general information about pelvic stability exercises, not as treatment or substitute for medical advice.
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About the presenter: Michelle Kenway is a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and exercise instructor for women. Michelle is the author of Inside Out – the essential women’s guide to pelvic support along with Dr Judith Goh (Urogynaecologist)
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