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The much anticipated new book from physiotherapist and pelvic health expert Michelle Kenway has arrived!
Prolapse Exercises Inside Out provides you with everything you need to know about managing and improving pelvic organ prolapse. Prolapse occurs when the pelvic floor becomes too weak to support the pelvic organs. The bladder, uterus or vaginal walls therefore drop down into the vaginal canal.
Many women with prolapse avoid exercise for fear of making their prolapse worse. The good news is that you can, and should, continue to exercise, providing you do it in the correct way. In this book Michelle Kenway shows you how to exercise gently and effectively to improve your fitness whilst supporting and even reducing the severity of your prolapse.
Michelle not only explains what kind of exercise to avoid, but also what you can do to improve your pelvic floor strength. She has advice for women who are recovering from prolapse surgery, exercise for strengthening your core abdominal muscles, guidance on losing weight in order to reduce pressure on your pelvic floor and even methods to improve your bone health.
All in all, Prolapse Exercises Inside Out can help you to improve your overall fitness as well as your pelvic floor health. With easy-to-follow instructions, photographic guides and explanatory diagrams, Michelle Kenway helps you to understand how your body works and, in turn, regain the confidence to exercise once again.
- Understanding Your Prolapse
- Exercises for Prolapse Support
- Exercising for Your Weakest Link
- Strength Exercises and Prolapse
- Pelvic Floor Safe Abdominal Core Exercises for Prolapse
- Abdominal Exercises and Pelvic Floor Overload
- Aerobic Fitness Exercises and Prolapse
- Exercise After Prolapse Surgery
- Osteoporosis Exercises and Prolapse
- Weight Management Exercises and Prolapse
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- Fantastic information for prolapse Review by Jill
Dear Jilly - thank you so much for your review - it is vital that women who have a weak pelvic floor, or who have surgery (for prolapse, TVT, or hysterectomy) know what they should and shouldn't do as you so rightly explain. Our bodies can mend and we need to help them to keep strong, but we certainly need to know what to avoid and there are moves in Pilates, Yoga and other gym routines that make me squirm because the potential for undoing any surgery is very real and we hear daily from women like yourself who have decided to 'get fit' and prolapse again. It is heartbreaking that more women are not made aware of what they should and shouldn't do after their surgery because this would stop further anguish. Having a weak pelvic floor does not mean we shouldn't exercise, it just means we have to do some things differently! Hurrah for authors like Michelle Kenway and Sue Croft for highlighting what we can do!
Fiona@SNM (Posted on 12 June 2014)
- Fantastic book for women with prolapse! Review by Pauline
- Essential information Review by Mrs W