How to Activate Core Muscles – Easy Steps to Core Activation

Learn how to activate your core abdominal muscles correctly in this Physical Therapist-guided exercise video. Knowing how to correctly activate your deep abdominal core muscles and perform 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 some […]

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 […]

Weight Loss Exercise – 8 Second Secret to Abdominal Weight Loss

Weight loss exercise for most effective fat reduction has been a hot topic on the airwaves recently with the release of some great new research. Associate Professor Steve Boutcher and his team from the Fat Loss Lab at NSW University have just published their latest research on best weight loss exercise. Using an innovative exercise approach, […]

Pelvic Floor Safe Exercise DVD for Women – ‘Inside Out Strength’

‘Inside Out Strength’ – Pelvic Floor Safe Exercise DVD Pelvic floor and whole body strength and toning exercise workout for women   Designed by health professionals to help women exercise safely and effectively, this innovative exercise DVD allows you to exercise with absolute confidence in your exercise routine. Inside Out Strength is presented by Australian […]

10 Solutions for Shifting Gas After Hysterectomy

Are you suffering from bloating and painful gas after hysterectomy? Do you need help to relieve gas pain now? Gas pain is one of the common and often unexpected side effects of hysterectomy. Some women develop bowel control problems with gas after hysterectomy 1. Fortunately there are a number of things you can do at […]

Hysterectomy Recovery Exercises – Physiotherapy Recovery Exercises

Hysterectomy recovery exercises can help you get back your strength and fitness as well as  help you  avoid some common post hysterectomy side effects. Pelvic floor physiotherapist Michelle Kenway explains some helpful hysterectomy recovery exercises and and safe exercise tips to help your return to exercise. Michelle is the author of Inside Out – the essential […]

Hysterectomy Sex Post-Operative Guide for Comfort and Safety

Hysterectomy sex related concerns are often not not openly discussed. How to avoid painful sex after hysterectomy? When is it safe to resume sex? This Physiotherapy guide teaches you: How to overcome common hysterectomy sex problems When is sex after a hysterectomy safe? How will sex feel after hysterectomy? Will my partner notice any difference […]

Weight Gain After Hysterectomy – Expert Strategies to Overcome Weight Gain

Weight gain after hysterectomy is a common fear after a hysterectomy. Hysterectomy surgery doesn’t cause or make a woman more predisposed to weight gain. Rather, it is what happens during and after hysterectomy recovery that all too frequently contributes to unnecessary weight gain. Read on now for help to overcome weight gain after hysterectomy surgery […]

Hysterectomy Weight Loss – Expert Health Professional Exercise Guidelines

Choosing safe exercises for hysterectomy weight loss and weight management can be challenging. When to start exercising after hysterectomy? Which exercises are safe for weight loss? These Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist guidelines teach you how to lose weight safely with exercise after a hysterectomy. Read on now to learn all about: Early post- operative hysterectomy recovery […]

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).