How Many Kegels Should You do a Day? (Physiotherapy Video Guide)

Are you wondering how many Kegels you should do a day? Arnold Kegel was an American Gynaecologist who first recommended Kegel exercises for pelvic floor training. Dr Kegel recommended that women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles by doing hundreds of Kegels (20 minutes of Kegels, 3 times/day)1. Scientific research now tells us that to strengthen […]

Plank Variations for Your Core With Prolapse Problems or After a Hysterectomy

Plank variations that are pelvic floor friendly are better suited to women with pelvic prolapse issues and after a hysterectomy compared with traditional plank. This Physiotherapist video demonstrates 3 pelvic floor friendly plank variations to help you modify the traditional plank exercise. Suitability: Beginners to intermediate abdominal core strengthening. Some women who’ve had repeat prolapse […]

Modified Deadlift for Women With Prolapse or After Hysterectomy

Modified deadlift is a helpful exercise to know for exercising safely with prolapse problems or after a hysterectomy, Deadlift is a strengthening exercise for the lower back, buttocks and thighs. It’s a highly effective exercise however pelvic floor and/or lower back injury can result when performed using  inappropriate technique. Deadlift is easily modified to reduce […]

McGill Abdominal Curl Exercise Alternative to Avoid Prolapse Worsening

The McGill abdominal curl may provide you with a pelvic floor safe alternative to abdominal curl exercises. Women with prolapse problems can increase loading on their pelvic floor with traditional abdominal curls 1. Read on to learn: Problem with traditional abdominal curl exercises and prolapse McGill Physiotherapy abdominal curl video demonstration Tips for avoiding prolapse […]

How to Keep Your Zumba Workout Safe for Your Prolapse

Is Zumba safe with a prolapse? Can you modify Zumba to reduce prolapse symptoms and your risk of prolapse worsening? Fortunately many Zumba moves can be modified to help you enjoy your Zumba workout and reduce your risk of prolapse worsening. This Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist information teaches you how to modify the Zumba dance […]

Abdominal Bracing Exercises to Strengthen Your Spine & Protect Your Prolapse

Are you looking for abdominal bracing exercises to strengthen your spine? Do you want to avoid lower back or prolapse problems with safe core abdominal exercises? These Physical Therapist videos and information teach you abdominal bracing exercises for controlling your spine and protecting your pelvic floor. Read on now to learn: What is abdominal bracing […]

Core Strengthening Exercises for Beginners

Are you ready to start core strengthening exercises? Knowing how to activate your deep abdominal and pelvic floor core muscles is key to successful core strengthening exercises. This core exercise video animation and Physical Therapy information shows you how to: Find and feel your core abdominal muscles Activate your deep abdominal and pelvic core muscles […]

How to do Kegel Exercises Video that Strengthen your Pelvic Floor

This Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist ‘How To Do Kegel Exercises Video’ shows you 3 simple ways to feel your Kegels. Practical and easy to follow, ‘How To Do Kegel Exercises Video’ has been viewed over a million times by women around the world. Simply scroll down below this video to get your easy reminder guide for the […]

Quick Morning Kegel Exercises Video Workout

Do you need some motivation to help your Kegel exercises? This Kegel exercises video workout will help you get your day off to a great start with a full set of strengthening exercises. You can do this quick workout anywhere; on the bus, in the gym, waiting for an appointment … Video Suitability: Women seeking […]

Advanced Osteoporosis Core Exercises For Women

Are you seeking to progress your osteoporosis core exercises? These advanced osteoporosis core exercises build on our previous core exercises videos for osteoporosis. These core abdominal exercises are pelvic floor friendly. They help tone your abdominal muscles and improve your trunk strength and control while avoiding pelvic floor overload. Suitability: Intermediate to more advanced core […]