10 Ways To Get Lasting Hemorrhoid Relief

Are you trying to avoid repeat hemorrhoid problems? Are you seeking long-term solutions to avoid hemorrhoid surgery? These 10 Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist techniques and exercises help you towards long-term hemorrhoid relief. 1. Pelvic Floor Exercises Regular pelvic floor exercises can provide a long-term solution to hemorrhoids. Strong pelvic floor muscles can help you empty your […]

How to get Immediate Relief from Painful Hemorrhoids

Are you terrified of your next bowel movement? Are you looking for ways to relieve painful hemorrhoids now? These practical techniques by Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway help you know how to gain immediate relief.   Read on now for hemorrhoid relief with: 9 home techniques that relieve your hemorrhoids now Typical hemorrhoid symptoms What […]

How to Alleviate 5 Rectal Prolapse Symptoms

Rectal prolapse symptoms are often distressing – they can impact on quality of life and self esteem. These Physiotherapist techniques can help manage and provide relief from commonly experienced rectal prolapse symptoms including soiling, bulging, constipation and wetness. Read on now for these rectal prolapse symptoms: Anal bulge Faecal incontinence and staining Constipation Rectal Pain […]

Yoga Prolapse Poses to Choose and What to Avoid

Yoga prolapse guidelines are designed to help women with pelvic prolapse or having had previous prolapse surgery to exercise safely and minimise the risk of pelvic floor injury. This article teaches you the Yoga exercises and techniques that improve prolapse support, and Yoga poses with potential to worsen prolapse and pelvic floor problems. Read on […]

Prolapse and Exercise – General Exercise Guidelines

Prolapse and exercise-related worsening of prolapse can be avoided. How do you choose safe exercises, manage your weight and maintain your fitness if you’ve been diagnosed with a prolapse? These Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist guidelines teach you how to exercise with confidence and protect your prolapse. Read on now to learn about: Prolapse and pelvic floor […]

Exercises for Prolapse – Professional Prolapse Exercise Techniques

Once diagnosed with a prolapse (bladder prolapse, rectal prolapse or uterine prolapse) most women want to know how to protect their prolapse and stop it getting any worse.

Rectal Prolapse Exercises – How to Exercise and Improve Rectal Support

Rectal prolapse exercises can reduce rectal prolapse symptoms and improve support. Expert health professional article on exercises to choose and avoid.

Read on to learn the following for rectal prolapse support:
definition of rectal prolapse
what causes a rectal prolapse?
what are the signs and symptoms of a rectal prolapse?
how to improve rectal prolapse support
how to reduce rectal prolapse strain – and stay in good shape

Prolapse Exercises – Pelvic Floor Safe Strength Exercises for Prolapse

Many women are fortunately becoming aware that inappropriate strength training (or resistance training) has the potential to strain and injure their pelvic floor. Performing strength exercises using the wrong technique can increase your risk of incontinence and contribute to or worsen your pelvic organ prolapse (uterine prolapse, bladder prolapse and bowel prolapse).

Prolapse Exercise for Fitness – 5 Pelvic Floor Safe Exercises

Get set to learn some of the most effective fitness exercises for protecting your pelvic prolapse. This information applies to women with; uterine prolapse, prolapsed bladder (cyctocoele), rectal prolapse (rectocoele) and also after prolapse surgery (when you have your specialist’s approval to commence general fitness exercise).

5 Strength Exercises for Women – Safe Prolapse Exercises Video

Learn how to strengthen your legs, back and upper body and exercise safely as you are guided by expert physiotherapist instruction. This professional strength training exercise workout is ideal for women living with pelvic prolapse and pelvic floor dysfunction including after a hysterectomy or vaginal surgery. Many women with pelvic floor dysfunction want to return to safe strength exercise but are terrified of causing further injury to their pelvic floor. It is increasingly being recognised that inappropriate strength exercises can make pelvic floor problems such as pelvic prolapse, uterine prolapse and incontinence much worse.