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Pelvic Floor Safe Exercises for Women

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy online strengthening videos and recovery guidance.

Strengthen your pelvic floor and return to exercise safely with professional Physiotherapist guidance to help you recover from prolapse, prolapse surgery, hysterectomy or childbirth.

Latest Pelvic Exercises Videos and Information

Here are our latest exercise videos and information helping you exercise safely.

Latest Exercise Information

When Women Need To Avoid Pelvic Floor Exercises

Pelvic floor exercises are not always the treatment of choice for all pelvic floor problems. Scientific studies support pelvic floor exercises for treatment of women suffering from stress urinary incontinence or mild to moderate pelvic organ … [Read More...]

Ultimate List Of Unsafe Core Exercises For Prolapse

Unsafe core exercises can worsen prolapse symptoms and weaken the pelvic floor. While it's important to have good core strength, many abdominal core exercises can overload the pelvic floor. If you're living with a prolapse or after prolapse … [Read More...]

Pelvic Exercise Videos

Beginners Core Exercises for Osteoporosis Strengthening

Looking for safe core exercises for osteoporosis? Appropriate core exercises can improve posture, spinal control, pelvic stability and rehabilitate lower back pain - all important for the management of osteoporosis. This is the first video in … [Read More...]

Quick Morning Kegel Exercises Video Workout

Do you need some motivation to help your Kegel exercises? This Kegel exercises video workout will help you get your day off to a great start with a full set of strengthening exercises. You can do this quick workout anywhere; on the bus, in the … [Read More...]

Pelvic Exercises for Strength & Fitness

Freely available Physiotherapist online exercise videos and information to help you with:

  • Strengthening your pelvic floor
  • Pelvic floor safe core exercises
  • Pelvic floor exercises for women
  • Pelvic prolapse exercises
  • Exercises after childbirth
  • Hysterectomy recovery exercises
  • Exercises after prolapse surgery
  • Pelvic floor friendly strength and fitness exercises
  • Bladder and bowel management
  • Pelvic floor relaxation