Pelvic Floor Relaxation CD for Pelvic Pain in Women
This outstanding Physiotherapist-guided CD teaches you how to relax your pelvic floor muscles and treat pelvic pain in the privacy of your home.
Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxation CD is suited to women who don’t have access to Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy as well those seeking pelvic floor relaxation treatment to complement their clinical treatment including dilator therapy at home.
The new revised 2nd edition of Pelvic Floor Relaxation includes:
- An 8-page instruction booklet
- Physiotherapist guidance
- Choice of 3 tracks including a 10 minute daily practice track
- Background relaxation music
Written and produced by Dr Patricia Neumann, a highly regarded Australian Specialist Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Pelvic Floor relaxation is an excellent adjunct to treatment for pelvic floor muscle tension and pelvic pain.
Pelvic Floor Relaxation helps women overcome chronic pelvic pain associated with:
- Increased pelvic floor muscle tension (pelvic floor muscle spasm)
This guided CD consists of a series of guided progressive whole body, pelvic floor muscle relaxation and breathing exercises designed to treat pelvic floor muscle spasm.
The 8-page instruction booklet complements the CD with written guidelines for pelvic floor relaxation and how to use the CD with Vaginal dilators for treating painful intercourse.
Women who suffer from increased pelvic floor muscle tension or spasm are usually advised to first learn how to relax their pelvic floor muscles rather than perform pelvic floor strength exercises or kegel exercises. Relaxation incorporates whole body scanning along with specific exercises and techniques designed to address and help overcome increased pelvic floor muscle tension.
The pleasant soothing musical accompaniment is assists with whole body and pelvic floor relaxation. This CD is ideal to use for regular practice for pelvic floor muscle relaxation.
This CD can be used in its entirety or the listener can decide which techniques are most beneficial and continue to work just with them.
About the Producers:
Dr Patricia Neumann has a PhD in physiotherapy from the University of South Australia. She is a specialist Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist with a special interest in chronic pelvic pain. She also a Research Fellow at University of South Australia.
Sonia Sharfbillig is a titled Continence & Women’s Health physiotherapist with a special interest in chronic pelvic pain. She has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons Uni SA), a master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy (Uni SA) and a Bachelor of Science (Flinders University).
Playing time: 30 minutes
Original music and recording is by Glyn Lehmann. This CD is subject to international copyright and can only be copied with permission of the creators.