Pelvic floor & incontinence self help book.
Hold it sister, written by one of the worlds leading women's health physiotherapists Mary O'Dwyer offers you self help in pelvic floor exercises and bladder and bowel control. This easy to read book is packed with vital information that will help you help yourself obtain control over your pelvic floor. Hold it Sister is proven to give you results obtaining stronger pelvic floor muscles, a stronger pelvic movement to enhance intimate relations, stronger pelvic floor muscles to control bladder weakness, kegel exercises too prevent prolapse.
Recommended by physiotherapists and continence nurses as part of your daily continence management.
- Author : Mary O'Dwyer
- Paperback: 164 pages
- Publisher: Redsok
- ISBN-13: 978-0-987076601
- Dimensions: 20.3 x 14.7 x 0.8 cm
1. The pelvic floor
Our Pelvic Flaw
What is the Pelvic floor?
The incredible pelvic floor muscles
What causes pelvic floor problems
Why is the pelvic floor dysfunction a problem
2. Pelvic floor habits
Five healthy pelvic floor habits
Damaging pelvic floor habits
3. Training the pelvic floor
preparing for pelvic floor success
Finding your PC muscles action
Find it. Control it. Train it.
The exercises (full pictorial)
4. Activity and the pelvic floor
Sport and the pelvic floor
Gym and the pelvic floor
Exercise guidelines for at risk clients
5.Pregnancy, Birth and post partum
Pregnancy and the pelvic floor
Exercise during pregnancy
Birth and the pelvic floor
Post-baby pelvic floor
Guidelines for return to exercise
Recovery after Caesarean Birth
6 Menopause and the pelvic floor
Urinary tract Infections
Changes to your Sex Drive
Pelvic surgery and return to activity
pain and the pelvic floor
7. Taking Action
Pelvic floor assessment chart
Bladder and bowel charts
Personal action plan
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One of the most user friendly books I have read. Lots of excellent information that does actually help you if you are wondering how to control your pelvic floor and incontinence issues.
I would recommend every woman use this as a reference guide to improving their pelvic control.