Complete Physiotherapist Guide to Prolapse Exercises
Prolapse Exercises is a must-read for all women seeking to exercise safely with prolapse and after prolapse surgery.
This innovative exercise guide answers all your questions about how to exercise safely with prolapse problems and regain control of your body so you can exercise with confidence.
Prolapse Exercises Overview
Prolapse Exercises Inside Out teaches how to:
- Relieve your prolapse symptoms
- Reduce your risk of prolapse worsening
- Avoid unsafe exercises for prolapse
- Increase your strength and fitness safely
- Recover after prolapse surgery
- Return to exercise safely after prolapse surgery
- Strengthen core abdominal muscles safely
- Exercise safely to lose weight and reduce the load on your prolapse
- Exercise to improve your bone health with osteoporosis and protect your pelvic floor
Prolapse Exercises is the second book in the internationally acclaimed Inside Out exercise women’s series by Australian Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway.
View Prolapse Exercises Table of Contents
Prolapse Exercises Suitability
This user friendly prolapse exercise guide is suited to all levels of fitness, especially for women with:
- Prolapse – bladder prolapse (cystocoele), bowel prolapse (rectocoele), uterine prolapse or rectal prolapse
- Prolapse surgery recovery – seeking safe return to exercise
- Previous prolapse surgery – seeking to avoid recurrent prolapse
- Pelvic floor weakness – seeking to strengthen pelvic floor muscles and exercise safely.
Special Exercise Features Include:
- Pelvic floor exercises for prolapse
- Abdominal core exercises
- Whole body strength exercises
- Prolapse surgery recovery exercises
- Weight loss exercises and guidelines
- Bone health exercises
- Easy-to-follow exercises for all fitness levels
Inside Out the first book in this series was identified as a key resource for the Australian Continence Foundation’s National Exercise and the Pelvic Floor Project. Inside Out provides women with professional guidance for pelvic floor strengthening and how to choose appropriate fitness and strength exercises to avoid pelvic floor injury and minimize the risk of worsening pelvic floor conditions.
About the Author:
Michelle Kenway is an Australian Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and women’s exercise instructor. Michelle lectures to health professionals and promotes community health through her writing, radio segments, online exercise videos and presentations to community groups.
Michelle holds dual post graduate physiotherapy qualifications in women’s health and exercise and is passionate about helping women to exercise and stay active for their physical and emotional well being.