Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxation for Women, CD by Michelle Kenway
- A partnership between pelvic pain expert, Dr Patricia Neumann, and Physiotherapist, Michelle Kenway
- Treat pelvic floor spasms and learn how to relax your pelvic floor, all in the comfort of your own home
- Ideal if you suffer with pelvic floor muscle tension, vestibulodynia or vaginismus
- Includes a user guide containing tips and information to help you understand your body
- Stop chronic pain from controlling your life
Master Pelvic Floor Relaxation Exercises
Pelvic floor tension myalgia, is an often debilitating condition. It is associated with increased pelvic floor muscle tension, spasms, vestibulodynia and vaginismus. Pelvic floor tension can cause chronic pelvic pain, stopping you from enjoying your life.
Most sufferers are able to overcome the symptoms by training their pelvic floor muscles to relax - in part using reverse Kegel exercises. These exercises are often difficult to do correctly without the help of a qualified Physiotherapist - something few are able to access.
Written and produced by Dr Patricia Neumann, Specialist Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist with years of experience in helping women to overcome their chronic pelvic pain. She will calmly guide you through exercises to relax your pelvic floor muscles.
- Track 1: Whole body and pelvic floor relaxation. Practice daily for the first week, then once a week or as agreed with your health care provider (30 minutes).
- Track 2: Short relaxation. Ideal for regular daily practice, especially before using vaginal trainers (13 minutes) or as an accompaniment to myofascial trigger point massage.
- Track 3: Relaxation music (20 minutes).
The included user guide gives tips on how to make the most of the exercises by optimising your environment, developing an understanding of your body and relaxing. Each track features soothing instrumental music by Glyn Lehmann.
Michelle Kenway, Physiotherapist
Michelle Kenway is a lecturer, writer and exercise instructor for women. Her long-term experience a a private practitioner and hospital-based consulting Physiotherapist have provided her with a unique understanding of the health and fitness challenges confronting women through their various life stages.
Dr Trish Neumann, Specialist Continence and Women's Health Physiotherapist
Dr Neumann graduated with a PhD in physiotherapy in 2006 from the University of South Australia, where she is an adjunct senior lecturer. She was awarded Fellowship of the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2010, becoming a Specialist Continence and Women's Health Physiotherapist and the only specialist in pelvic floor physiotherapy in South Australia.
|Recommended For||Relaxing the pelvic floor muscles to relieve chronic pelvic pain|
|Included Contents||CD with user guide|