Sue Croft Pelvic Floor Essentials – Recovery, Training & Prolapse Management
- New 2019 edition! Pelvic floor exercises book from physiotherapist Sue Croft
- Essential advice on keeping your pelvic floor muscles strong
- Suitable for women of all ages
- Includes information on managing prolapse
- Easy to digest with illustrative guides
New from Australian physiotherapist Sue Croft, Pelvic Floor Recovery Essentials is a must-read for women of all ages.
Following on from her bestselling Pelvic Floor Recovery Guide for ladies undergoing pelvic surgery, leading Australian physiotherapist Sue Croft has created this fantastic Pelvic Floor Essentials guide to advise women of all ages how to get the very best from their pelvic floor.
Unlike Sue’s other book which focuses mainly on surgery, Pelvic Floor Essentials teaches women of all ages, whether they have had children or not, how to exercise their pelvic floor muscles, treat pelvic floor weakness and manage pelvic floor problems such as prolapse without painful surgery.
This updated 2019 edition includes the latest research based evidence about lifting and prolapse management and has new chapters on children’s continence issues, pregnancy and the post-partum period.
This fantastic 132-page book is beautifully written and easy-to-read, with over 60 illustrations to guide you through pelvic floor exercises, correct posture, pelvic floor safe abdominal exercises and more. The book is the perfect size to keep in your bedside drawer to refer to whenever you feel you need help getting your pelvic floor in perfect shape.
Pelvic Floor Essentials includes information such as:
- Pelvic floor exercises including a complete pelvic floor muscle training programme
- How to activate and work your pelvic floor muscles correctly
- Toilet positioning, and good bladder & bowel habits to prevent pelvic floor problems
- Relaxation, breath awareness and chronic pelvic pain education
- Sexual function and the pelvic floor
- Prolapse management strategies
- Sport & travel advice
- Treatment for urinary incontinence
- Pelvic floor friendly abdominal exercises
- Advice on sexual function to encourage healthy intimate relations
1 in 3 women suffer stress incontinence and more than 50% of these will suffer prolapse, learn to take control with this fantastic physiotherapist guide.
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