Pelvic Floor Safe e-Book and Video Saver Pack Download

USD $17.59

Inside Out e-book and Inside Out Strength workout download are both available in this cost effective saver pack.

 

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Pelvic Floor Safe Exercise Saver Pack Download or Stream

Inside Out e-Book and Inside Out Strength workout video are both available in this cost effective saver pack.

Pelvic Floor Safe Exercises For Women

Inside Out e-Book and video pack helps you:

  • Safely strengthen and tone your whole body
  • Get back in shape after surgery
  • Understand unsafe exercises to avoid
  • Choose pelvic floor safe exercises
  • Strengthen your pelvic floor
  • Increase your lean muscle
  • Improve long-term weight management
  • Exercise with confidence

Suitability

The Inside Out Saver Pack is suited to women seeking to exercise safely and protect their pelvic floor with a range of pelvic floor problems including:

  • After pelvic surgery (hysterectomy, prolapse repair surgery, bladder repair)
  • Pelvic organ prolapse (bladder, bowel, uterine, rectal prolapse)
  • Weak or poorly functioning pelvic floor muscles
  • Bladder and/or bowel control problems
  • Pelvic floor muscle tension
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction.

Contents

 

Inside Out Strength e-book download

Inside Out e-Book – Internationally acclaimed guide to pelvic floor safe exercise, pelvic floor recovery and avoiding pelvic floor injury by Australian Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway with Urogynaecologist Dr Judith Goh. This 90 page book is complemented with illustrations and photographs for pelvic floor safe exercise for women (Regular price $14.99) Read more

AND Inside Out Strength DVD download

Inside Out Strength DVD Download/Stream – 60 minute Physiotherapist guided exercise DVD complete with pelvic floor safe whole body workout to exercise along with, pelvic floor exercises and demonstrations of pelvic floor safe exercise techniques with modifications for women with preexisting injuries (Regular price $15.99) Read more

 

 

 

About the Author and Presentor

Michelle Kenway is an Australian Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, author of the Inside Out series of books and exercise DVDs  and women’s exercise leader. Michelle has extensive private practice and hospital-based experience. She has lectured widely to health professionals and promotes community health through her writing, radio segments, online exercise videos and presentations to community groups. Michelle holds dual post graduate physiotherapy qualifications in women’s health and exercise and she is passionate about helping women to exercise and stay active for their physical and emotional well being.

National Recognition

Inside Out is the internationally acclaimed Inside Out series of books and exercise DVDs. Inside Out the first book in this series was identified as a key resource for the Australian Continence Foundations’ National Exercise and the Pelvic Floor Project.

The Inside Out pelvic floor recovery and safe exercise series provides women with professional guidance for pelvic floor strengthening, how to choose appropriate fitness and strength exercises to avoid pelvic floor injury and minimize the risk of worsening pelvic floor conditions. This series includes exercise resources for women suffering from prolapse, after prolapse surgery, incontinence and hysterectomy recovery.

What Other Women are Saying

I wanted to write and say thank you so much for your wonderful book. After having a prolapse with the birth of my first baby your book which gave me the confidence to hit the gym again and exercise safely, confident that what I was doing was helping rather than harming me. It has been six months and my surgeon has just assessed me and said that my pelvic floor had “improved” post-surgery thanks to the wonderful exercises in your book. I hope many other woman discover this valuable Inside Out showed me a way to manage my pelvic floor issues without letting them take over my life and now I’m happier than ever, having found a way to keep it all in perspective and realize that pelvic floor dysfunction can be managed, just like any other muscle injury – with the right care and exercise.
FleurNew Zealand

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