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Pelvic Floor Exercise Videos and Information for Women

Physical therapy designed and presented pelvic exercise videos and information. Helping you safely recover your strength and fitness with prolapse, after prolapse surgery, hysterectomy or with general pelvic floor weakness.

 

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Physiotherapy Guide to Maximise Your Recovery After Prolapse Surgery

Are you trying to maximize your recovery after prolapse surgery? Want to do everything you can to avoid repeat prolapse and have a successful repair? Unfortunately successful prolapse surgery isn't guaranteed. Some women have prolapse surgery … [Read More...]

How to Ensure Successful Rectocele Surgery – Pros & Cons of Rectocele Repair Surgery

Are you considering having rectocele surgery? Some women have good outcomes while others have ongoing symptoms that may require further rectocele repair. The type of rectocele surgery performed may determine the success of surgery. Research now … [Read More...]

Pelvic Exercise Videos

2 Chest Stretches for Overcoming Rounded Shoulders

Chest stretches can improve your upright posture and stop your shoulders from rolling forwards. These 2 physical therapist chest stretches lengthen the pectoral muscles that sit at the front of your chest and shoulders. Tight chest muscles can … [Read More...]

Physio Safe Upper Body Workout for Pelvic Prolapse and After Surgery

Are you looking for a safe upper body workout? Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway guides you through a quick routine of upper body exercises that strengthen and tone while avoiding prolapse symptoms and pelvic floor overload. This quick exercise … [Read More...]

Pelvic Floor Safe Exercises for Women

  • One of the biggest challenges facing women living with pelvic floor problems is knowing how to exercise safely. Unfortunately many women don't know how to exercise safely with prolapse problems, after hysterectomy or continence surgery.
  • Some women cease exercising altogether and miss out on the tremendous physical and emotional benefits of exercise. Others continue with exercise programs that are unsafe for their pelvic floor, worsening problems such as prolapse or incontinence.
  • Pelvic exercises is a Physical Therapist site dedicated to helping women with pelvic floor problems exercise safely with accessible, trustworthy and reliable health professional information.

Where to Start Your Exercises?

  • Our information and exercise videos are freely available to help all women.
  • If you're looking for information on specific exercises simply enter your search term e.g. "Yoga exercises" into the search bar to the right of your screen.
  • Alternatively you can find exercise information by clicking on the categories listed in the 2 menus to the right of your screen - Pelvic Exercises Library and Online Pelvic Exercise Videos.