Michelle Kenway - A Complete Guide to Pelvic Floor Exercises for Women Book
- Inside Out - Pelvic Floor Safe Exercise Guide
- By Australian pelvic floor experts Michelle Kenway (Women's Health Physical Therapist) and Dr Judith Goh (Urogynaecologist)
- Offers expert advice and step-by-step guides on exercising and general care for your pelvic floor muscles
- Contains a complete strength training program workout
- For women of all ages to help prevent against prolapse, incontinence and pelvic floor pain
Many women suffer from distressing pelvic floor problems. Staying active and exercising effectively can be most confronting for these women.
Inside Out offers expert advice and step-by-step guides on exercising and general care for your pelvic floor muscles. Australian pelvic floor experts Michelle Kenway (Women's Health Physical Therapist) has teamed with Dr Judith Goh (Urogynaecologist) to produce this innovative self-help exercise guide for women of all ages!
Inside Out is a professional guide for how to exercise with pelvic floor muscles dysfunction and provides expert guidelines for pelvic floor safe general exercise and improved pelvic floor fitness. After gynaecological surgery, childbirth and with menopause a woman’s pelvic floor becomes increasingly vulnerable to injury and dysfunction, especially with inappropriate exercise.
Inside Out is divided into two main sections-
The first section is based upon the most current clinical research into pelvic floor exercise. This section details Kegel exercises (pelvic floor exercises) and teaches women how to find, feel and train their pelvic floor muscles for improved pelvic floor strength and control. Women are guided through appropriate core exercise technique and taught the common pelvic floor and core exercise mistakes to avoid.
The second section of Inside Out teaches women how to identify unsafe exercises including inappropriate core, gym, aerobic and fitness class exercises. This section teaches women how to identify and perform safe strength, aerobic and fitness class exercises including Pilates and Yoga. A comprehensive whole body strength training routine appropriate for women with pelvic floor problems is accompanied by photographs and step-by-step guidelines. Real life stories from women who have experienced pelvic floor problems with exercise are interspersed throughout the text.
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