Category: Pelvic Floor Safe Exercises for Women

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Pelvic Floor Safe Core Exercises – Physio Safe Core Exercises Video

This video demonstrates how to correctly activate and exercise the deep core abdominal muscles with a series of floor-based exercises.
This video is ideal for women seeking information on abdominal exercises that minimise pressure on the pelvic floor and who have:
pelvic floor weakness,prolapse including uterine prolapse, bladder prolapse and rectal prolapse and those who have had past pelvic surgery including after a hysterectomy and after prolapse surgery (of course only for when the treating doctor’s approval to exercise is given).

Safe Arm Toning Exercises for Women Online Video

Learn 3 great exercises and tips to help you tone and strengthen your upper body and protect your pelvic floor!

Expert physiotherapist instructor teaches you step-by-step how to strengthen your upper body and minimise pelvic floor strain. Women with prolapse symptoms, incontinence and after a hysterectomy or prolapse surgery (returning to exercise) are often unsure how to strengthen and protect their pelvic floor. This video show you how to improve your upper body strength with effective exercises using techniques and positions to reduce the likelihood of pelvic floor strain.

How to Strengthen Your Legs – Safe Strength Exercises for Women

This exercise video teaches you how to do 3 great exercises to help you safely improve your leg strength and protect your pelvic floor. This video is designed and presented with expert physiotherapist guidance. Learn how to safely and effectively perform squat and lunge exercises that are modified for women living with pelvic floor dysfunction such as prolapse, after prolapse surgery or after a hysterectomy.

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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).

Pelvic Stability Exercises- How to Strengthen and Stabilise Your Pelvis Video

This practical exercise session teaches you 3 great exercises to help you safely improve your hip and pelvic strength. These exercises are ideal for women who are looking for safe alternatives to strengthen whilst living with pelvic floor dysfunction including after pelvic surgery. They are also ideal exercises for women wishing to prepare heir bodies for pregnancy and fantastic postnatal exercises to help new mums improve their pelvic stability and control.

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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.