In the June issue of the British Journal of Family Medicine (BJFM), Kegel8 and the #pelvicroar team were invited to share their knowledge of the importance of collaboration between healthcare and fitness professionals in education and managing problems such as incontinence and pelvic organ prolapses.
Myra Robson said: “We’re in the dark ages here, so must form a collective roar about the injustice women (and men) face to get outcomes they deserve!”
Stephanie Taylor, Kegel8 Managing Director, says, “Our team hears from thousands of women each year who are desperate for a solution to their bladder weakness or prolapse, having suffered for years in silence. Knowing that there are medically-proven, non-surgical ways to improve their situation brings them enormous comfort, and is a step on the way to rebuilding the confidence and control they have lost. It’s never too late to start building a stronger pelvic floor. A strong pelvic floor also makes for stronger orgasms, and therefore a healthier love life for both partners.”