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We’ve not ran a competition for a while and given it’s Easter we’d like to give you a treat!
We’re giving away a set of our most popular Kegel8 Vaginal Cones and 12 Week Pelvic Floor Strengthening Plan. You get 3 cones, of 3 different weights and sizes, a beginners and advanced exercise plan and a whole lotta motivation! Kegel8 Vaginal Cones are unique – they feature an indicator wand which moves when you squeeze your pelvic floor muscles, telling you when you are doing your kegels right or, more importantly, wrong.
Today's expert #PelvicMafia tip comes from Physical Therapist Marianne Ryan, the owner of MRPT Physical Therapy and a spokesperson for the American Physical Therapy Association. Her tip today talks about the benefits of physiotherapy for prolapse, and why we should be more like the French...
We at Kegel8 love pelvic floor physiotherapy and the physiotherapists too. We think it's the best way to cure your pelvic floor problems, and that's why this blog is brought to you by 'physiotherapist with a difference' Elaine Miller of Gusset Grippers, who combines pelvic floor physio with stand-up comedy... intrigued?
Our fantastic Kegel8 Vaginal Cones have now just got even better with the addition of a unique, physiotherapist-designed pelvic floor exercise plan. The exercise plan is designed to help you get the best out of your Kegel8 Vaginal Cones. The new pelvic floor exercises will help you to combat leaks and get your pelvic floor in the best shape ever.
Here at Kegel8 we get lots of questions about prolapse and exercises to avoid during prolapse. We know that many women are frightened by the initial diagnosis of prolapse and many become afraid to exercise - frightened to make the prolapse worse or damage the pelvic floor further.
By following these simple tips and exercise rules from Top Aussie Physio Michelle Kenway you can learn how to take care of your pelvic floor, and what exercises to avoid, and which ones are beneficial for prolapse. It is vital that you learn more about your prolapse and how to strengthen your pelvic using exercises, posture changes and lifestyle changes - every journey starts with a step, and in the case of prolapse, every journey starts with a kegel.
It's estimated that 34 million women worldwide are affected by vaginal prolapse; but as many are reluctant to discuss their symptoms, this number could be much higher.
The idea of having a vaginal or rectal prolapse (or both) can be highly embarrassing for women, with many enduring the symptoms for years unknowingly thinking it cannot be rectified. But it can!
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