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Pelvic Floor Safe Exercise

 

Regular exercise has many known health benefits, but for some people, certain exercise may not be “pelvic floor safe”

Recent studies have revealed a strong link between certain types of exercise and pelvic floor problems (eg Incontinence and prolapse)

Your Physiotherapist can help identify whether or not you are at risk of causing pelvic floor dysfunction with undue stress and pressure on the pelvic floor as a result of inappropriate exercise. You will be given an appropriate pelvic floor strengthening programme and personalised advice on activity modification to ensure you do not damage your pelvic floor.