Welcome to All Pelvic Exercise Videos

Physiotherapy exercise videos help you:

  • Strengthen your pelvic floor
  • Exercise with confidence & avoid unsafe exercises

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Rectal Prolapse Exercises
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Incomplete bladder emptying
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Upper Body Workout Video
Physio Safe Upper Body Workout for Pelvic Prolapse and After Surgery
Hips Butt & Thighs for Prolapse
Physio Safe Leg Exercises (Hips, Butt & Thighs) for Prolapse & After Prolapse Surgery
Gas pain after hysterectomy
Physiotherapy Exercises for Relieving Gas Pain After Hysterectomy
Kegel exercise for pregnant women
Best Physio Positions to do Kegel Exercise for Pregnant Women (Video)
Best position to do Kegels
4 Best Positions to do Kegel Exercises for Beginners (Physical Therapy Video)
How Many Kegels?
How Many Kegels Should You do a Day? (Physiotherapy Video Guide)
How to do Kegel Exercises Video
How to do Kegel Exercises Video
Kegel exercises video workout
Quick Morning Kegel Exercises Video Workout
Kegel exercises video
How To Do Kegel Exercises For Bladder Control
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Who are Pelvic Exercise Videos Suited to?

Our Pelvic exercise videos are suited to women seeking to exercise safely with pelvic floor friendly exercises.

Pelvic exercises videos will benefit women with:

  • Weak pelvic floor muscles
  • History of pelvic surgery (prolapse, hysterectomy or incontinence)
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Bladder or bowel incontinence
  • Pelvic floor muscle tension
  • Increased risk of pelvic floor injury with inappropriate exercises

Pelvic Exercise Video Content

The online video content can be divided into 3 broad categories:

1. Pelvic floor exercise (Kegel exercise) training videos for pelvic floor strength and support

2. Pelvic floor friendly core abdominal and strength training exercises for women at risk of pelvic floor injury

3. Recovery exercises after prolapse or hysterectomy surgery

About Pelvic Floor Safe Exercises Pelvic Floor Descent

The exercises and techniques presented in these videos teach you how to modify common place exercises to reduce the loading on your pelvic floor (shown right)

Staying active and exercising regularly is an important for pelvic floor health and this includes whole body and pelvic floor exercise.

Women at increased risk with inappropriate exercises include those with:

  • Pelvic floor weakness
  • Prolapse
  • Previous pelvic surgery
  • Pelvic radiotherapy
  • Heavy lifting occupations
  • Excess abdominal weight
  • History of pregnancy and childbirth
  • General health problems that impact upon their pelvic floor

Women at increased risk of pelvic floor problems with unsafe exercises can often continue to exercise by modifying their exercise routine according to their level of risk.