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Pelvic Health

The pelvic floor muscles are a wonderful, hard-working part of the body that deserves a special kind of attention it often misses out on! Maintenance of a strong pelvic floor is essential to continence (bladder and bowel health) and sexual function so why don’t we show it more love?

Have a look below to find out more about pelvic health and pelvic floor muscles:

 

Pelvic Health Guide

Our Pelvic Health Guide was put together with the expertise of pelvic health physiotherapists Liz Childs and Leanne Wait to answer common questions regarding pelvic health. Inside the guide, you will find advice on pelvic floor muscle basics including simple explanations, practical tips and demonstrations, and where else to find help.

WHAT'S INSIDE:

  • What are pelvic floor muscles?
  • Issues with pelvic floor muscles
  • What can affect pelvic floor muscles?
  • Pelvic health during and after pregnancy (for more detailed information, check out our Pregnancy Guide)
  • Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles
  • Pelvic floor exercise myths and tips
  • Reducing pelvic floor muscle strain
  • Where to get help

The Pelvic Health Guide contains links to all of our informative videos from our Pelvic Health 101 Video Series.

 

Pelvic Health 101 Video Series

Our Pelvic Health 101 Video Series answers common questions regarding pelvic health. You can watch the video series on our Youtube channel or on our website by clicking on the relevant sections below:

All of the videos from our Pelvic Health 101 Video Series are also linked from our Pelvic Health Guide.

 

Pelvic Health Downloads

 

 

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