Physio Safe Upper Body Workout for Pelvic Prolapse and After Surgery

Are you looking for a safe upper body workout? Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway guides you through a quick routine of upper body exercises that strengthen and tone while avoiding prolapse symptoms and pelvic floor overload. This quick exercise video routine helps you strengthen your arms, shoulders and upper back (postural) muscles. Suitability: Women with prolapse or […]

Physio Safe Leg Exercises (Hips, Butt & Thighs) for Prolapse & After Prolapse Surgery

If you’re looking for safe leg exercises (hips, butt & thighs) with prolapse problems for home or in the gym, this routine is for you. Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway guides you through a series of pelvic floor friendly leg exercises that will help you strengthen and tone your hips, thighs and buttocks without worsening prolapse symptoms. […]

Interval Walking Tops Regular Walking For Health & Fitness

Have you heard of interval walking? Does this sound like it might be a manageable exercise for you? Some forms of high intensity interval training are too demanding to stick with long-term. Most women can manage interval walking including many with pelvic floor problems! Even better … interval walking is more effective than regular walking […]

Stationary Bike Set Up for Pelvic Floor Safe Exercise & Weight Loss

Are you frustrated with being unable to exercise for fitness and weight loss? Stationary bike might be the solution! Stationary cycling provides low impact cardiovascular fitness and weight management exercise that helps avoid pelvic floor overload. In this video Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway shows you how to set up your stationary bike and ride to help […]

How to Cope with your Pelvic Prolapse Diagnosis

Have you received a pelvic prolapse diagnosis?  Can you talk about your prolapse concerns and fears? Even in western society pelvic prolapse diagnosis is still at times veiled in secrecy. Women are often left to cope alone with their prolapse fears unable to discuss their concerns even with close friends or family. Do any of these […]

How to Reduce the Risk of your Prolapse Getting Worse

Are you worried about your prolapse getting worse?  Is prolapse worsening inevitable? Is it possible to avoid prolapse worsening? Read on now for expert tips that help reduce the risk of your prolapse getting worse. Is Prolapse Worsening Inevitable? No, the natural course of prolapse varies from one woman to the next. Some women find […]

Best Exercise to Lose Weight After Hysterectomy or Prolapse Surgery

What is the best exercise to lose weight if you’ve had pelvic surgery?  Are you stuck in a rut of doing the same ineffective weight loss exercise day in day out? Are you fearful of changing your exercise routine to protect your pelvic floor? If you’re trying to lose weight or avoid weight gain this […]

2 Unsafe Core Strength Exercises for Women With Prolapse

Are you unsure about choosing the right abdominal core  strength exercises for your prolapse? Are you wondering how to tone your tummy and protect your pelvic floor? These 2 commonly performed core strength exercises can often be modified according to individual risks and overall pelvic floor condition. Video suitability: General Video duration: 3 minutes 30 […]

7 Unsafe Exercises for Women with Prolapse & after Prolapse Surgery

Are you trying to exercise with prolapse problems? Do you worry that your exercises might cause repeat prolapse after prolapse surgery? Unfortunately many commonplace exercises for women can worsen prolapse problems and knowing how to choose safe exercises can be challenging. This Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist information teaches you: 7 unsafe exercises for women with prolapse […]

Pelvic Prolapse Exercises for Fitness? Get on Your Bike and Ride!

How to choose the best pelvic prolapse exercises for staying in shape and maintaining your fitness?  Sometimes it’s really difficult to get a clear straightforward answer about safe prolapse exercises. Fortunately if you’ve been diagnosed with a prolapse, or if you’ve had prolapse surgery it’s definitely not the beginning of the end! Rather it’s a […]