How to Reduce Your Hysterectomy Recovery Time

Your hysterectomy recovery time depends largely on the type of hysterectomy performed. This Physical Therapy information teaches you how much hysterectomy recovery time you need after vaginal, laparoscopic or abdominal hysterectomy and how to reduce your recovery time. Read on now to learn: 1. Vaginal and laparoscopic hysterectomy recovery time 2. Abdominal hysterectomy recovery time […]

The Cause of Back Pain After Hysterectomy Women Need to Know

What is the cause of back pain after hysterectomy? Knowing these major causes and solutions helps you avoid and manage this common hysterectomy side effect, both in hospital and when you arrive home. These simple Physical Therapy solutions will help your hysterectomy recovery and faster return to regular activity. Cause of Back Pain After Hysterectomy […]

5 Physiotherapy Exercises for Relieving Lower Back Pain After Hysterectomy

Are you suffering from lower back pain after hysterectomy? Lower back pain is a common side effect of hysterectomy. These 5 simple Physical therapy exercises for lower back pain after hysterectomy can be performed at home to relieve discomfort and joint stiffness. These lower back exercises are appropriate for most women after hysterectomy as they […]

Pelvic Floor Exercises After Hysterectomy – Physiotherapist Guided Video Routine

Have you had a hysterectomy? Do you want to start pelvic floor exercises after hysterectomy? This Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist video teaches you how to safely recommence pelvic floor exercises after hysterectomy surgery. Pelvic floor exercises after hysterectomy can help to restore pelvic floor strength and function after surgery. Video suitability: Exercise information for women after […]

Safe Lifting Weight Limit With Prolapse or After Hysterectomy

Want to know much you can lift with prolapse problems or after hysterectomy? Unfortunately most women receive very little information about safe lifting to help them manage their pelvic floor problems.  Here’s your Physiotherapist guide to learn about: 1. Your individual safe lifting weight limit 2. How to reduce your risk of worsening pelvic floor problems […]

How to Avoid Unsafe Abdominal Exercise after Hysterectomy

Are you trying to return to safe exercise after hysterectomy? Are you concerned about unsafe abdominal exercise causing internal strain? Unfortunately many women are left to their own devices to navigate their safe return to exercise after hysterectomy.   This Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist information teaches you: When to return to exercise after hysterectomy 5 intense […]

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 […]

How to Modify Abdominal Exercises for Pelvic Floor Protection

Abdominal exercises have the potential to impact upon the pelvic floor, particularly with intense core abdominal exercises and poorly functioning pelvic floor muscles. It can be very confusing to know how to modify some commonly performed intense core abdominal exercises especially when you are participating in a main stream fitness class. This short Physiotherapist video […]

How to Activate Core Muscles – Easy Steps to Core Activation

Learn how to activate core abdominal muscles correctly in this Physical Therapist guided exercise DVD. Knowing how to correctly activate deep abdominal core muscles and how to do safe core abdominal exercises are often common concerns for women, particularly those women with pelvic floor prolapse problems. In this core exercise video Michelle guides you through […]

Menopause Weight Gain – How to Exercise for Menopause Weight Loss

Menopause weight gain is real not imagined. Weight gain and menopause problems can start to occur during perimenopause when female hormones begin to decline, around 10 years before the final period. Menopause typically occurs between ages 45 and 55 years. The average age of menopause in western countries is 51 years. Fortunately menopause weight gain […]