Prolapse Repair – What Every Woman Needs to Know After Prolapse Surgery

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Prolapse repair increases the risk of recurrent or repeat pelvic prolapse in women. Fortunately there are a number of simple practical steps to protect the prolapse repair, avoid recurrent pelvic organ prolapse and help to reduce the need for future prolapse repair surgery.

This video teaches women practical Physical Therapist strategies and techniques to reduce the risk of repeat prolapse.

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Who will Benefit?

This prolapse repair video is designed to assist women with recovery information following surgical repair for:

  • Uterine prolapse;
  • Prolapsed bladder (cytocoele or bladder prolapse);
  • Prolapsed bowel (rectocoele or bowel prolapse); and/or
  • Rectal prolapse and anal prolapse.

Video duration: 6 minutes

For further information on pelvic floor safe exercises after prolapse repair refer to Inside Out – the essential women’s guide to pelvic support by Michelle Kenway and Dr Judith Goh Urogynaecologist

Note to ensure the smooth viewing of the video, it is recommended that you press on this play arrow and then when the video starts loading you press the ‘pause’ button until you can see that the entire video has loaded. This will help avoid the video stopping to load while you watch.

prolapse exercisesABOUT THE AUTHOR, Michelle Kenway

Michelle Kenway is a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and author of Prolapse Exercises Inside Out. Prolapse Exercises is a complete exercise guide for women with prolapse and after prolapse surgery seeking to exercise safely and protect their pelvic floo