Today's #PelvicMafia advice comes from Jessica Drummond, MPT, CCN, CHC, Founder and President of The Integrative Pelvic Health Institute.
Jessica uses natural techniques to help women overcome pelvic pain, no matter what the cause.
Today's advice is taken from Jessica's blog and offers 3 top tips to help you beat pelvic pain and begin to enjoy your life again.
Kegel8 are set to revolutionise pelvic floor exercise once again with the launch of our long-awaited Kegel8 V For Men.
Designed in conjunction with leading experts in the field and drawing from the latest medical research, Kegel8 V For Men is a unique pelvic floor exerciser designed to prevent and treat a host of male pelvic floor weakness issues including embarrassing dribbles, too many night-time toilet visits, problems with erections and more.
Today's pelvic floor top tip comes from Jenni Russell, author of Pelvic Floor Secrets and is a great overview of why looking after your pelvic floor is just so important... you've just got to think about your body as being like a house. Intrigued?
Read this blog to learn more...
You may find after wearing metal jewellery that your skin becomes inflamed, red and itchy around the area where the metal was touching it.
This is your skin having an adverse reaction to nickel; it’s an incredibly common allergy in the UK and can affect you at any age.
However many women don’t realise they have a nickel allergy until they use their Kegel8 for the first time and experience itching and discomfort as a result of the nickel in the electrodes on their probe.
As part of our #PelvicMafia tips series, today's great tip comes from our very own Kegel8 MD Stephanie Taylor. Stephanie is passionate about all things pelvic floor, and strongly believes in the importance of posture for a strong and healthy pelvic floor...
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...