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Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor: Bridging Science and Clinical Practice

 (Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor: Bridging Science and Clinical)
Bridging the gap between evidence-based research and clinical practice, Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor has become an invaluable resource to practitioners treating patients with disorders of the pelvic floor. The second edition is now presented in a full colour, hardback format, encompassing the wealth of new research in this area which has emerged in recent years. Kari Bø and her team focus on the evidence, from basic studies (theories or rationales for treatment) and RCTs (appraisal of effectiveness) to the implications of these for clinical practice, while also covering pelvic floor dysfunction in specific groups, including men, children, elite athletes, the elderly, pregnant women and those with neurological diseases. Crucially, recommendations on how to start, continue and progress treatment are also given with detailed treatment strategies around pelvic floor muscle training, biofeedback and electrical stimulation.  "..a comprehensive review of every aspect of this area including female, male and childhood issues, incontinence, prolapse, pain and sexual dysfunction." Reviewed by Beatrice McGinley on behalf of Physiotherapy Practice and Research, October 2015aligns scientific research with clinical practice detailed treatment strategies innovative practice guidelin...

Heal Pelvic Pain: The Proven Stretching, Strengthening, and Nutrition Program for Relieving Pain, Incontinence,& I.B.S, and Other Symptoms Without Surgery

 (Heal Pelvic Pain: The Proven Stretching, Strengthening, and Nutrition Program for Relieving Pain, Incontinence,& I.B.S, and Other Symptoms Without)
Bronze Medal Winner of a 2009 National Health Information Award Stop your pelvic pain . . . naturally! If you suffer from an agonizing and emotionally stressful pelvic floor disorder, including pelvic pain, irritable bowel syndrome, endometriosis, prostatitis, incontinence, or discomfort during sex, urination, or bowel movements, it's time to alleviate your symptoms and start healing--without drugs or surgery. Natural cures, in the form of exercise, nutrition, massage, and self-care therapy, focus on the underlying cause of your pain, heal your condition, and stop your pain forever. The life-changing plan in this book gets to the root of your disorder with: A stretching, muscle-strengthening, and massage program you can do at home Guidelines on foods that will ease your discomfort Suggestions for stress- and pain-reducing home spa treatments Exercises for building core strength and enhancing sexual pleasure

TheraWand V-Pelviwand Pelvic Therapy, Essential

 (TheraWand V-Pelviwand Pelvic Therapy,)
Physical Therapists’ have had direct input into the Wand’s design to mimic their hands when releasing hypertonic muscles, scar tissue and adhesions. The brilliant curves and design make the PelviWand (Thera Wand) perfect to gently massage muscles that are tender, tight or have trigger-points.

Your Best Body after Baby: A Postpartum Guide to Exercise, Sex, and Pelvic Floor Recovery (Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Series: Book 2) (Volume 2)

 (Your Best Body after Baby: A Postpartum Guide to Exercise, Sex, and Pelvic Floor Recovery (Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Series: Book 2) (Volume)
Pregnant or postpartum and wanting to optimize your healing and recovery after baby? Want to return to exercise without pain or leakage? Want to return to sex pain free? This book aims to empower you with healthy ways to return to exercise, sex, and other tasks encountered by new moms. This book is written from a pelvic floor physical therapy standpoint. This book covers diaphragm breathing, pelvic floor exercises, posture and more. This postnatal book is a quick, easy read for my postpartum mamas out there wanting to develop some healthy habits in their recovery after childbirth. You’ll find plenty of options and variations to tailor your specific goals. There are practical and easy-to-implement ideas that will empower you in your postpartum body. This book was written to give you insight into what people mean when they say just listen to your body. It’s meant to give you a way to listen to that voice and know how to modify or ask for help during the fourth trimester.Your body was meant to do this! The tips provided in this book will allow you to embrace this time after pregnancy and connect with your body in a healthy and inspiring way. Pelvic floor physical therapist, Jen Torborg, PT, DPT shares pregnancy tips based on research and insights from clinical experience. You ca...

Restoring The Pelvic Floor: How Kegel Exercises, Vaginal Training, And Relaxation, Solve Incontinence, Constipation, And Heal Pelvic Pain To Avoid Surgery

 (Restoring The Pelvic Floor: How Kegel Exercises, Vaginal Training, And Relaxation, Solve Incontinence, Constipation, And Heal Pelvic Pain To Avoid)
This book is for any woman who has avoided the trampoline or yoga class for fear of leaking. If you’ve had pelvic pain, constipation, or urinary frequency, this book is also for you. Learn how to manage conditions related to the pelvic floor, bladder, uterus, and bowel from a certified pelvic floor physical therapist. With a tasteful sense of humor, Dr. Olson explains how to cure urinary incontinence using Kegels, which foods and drinks to avoid for urinary urgency, how to manage constipation, how breathing and basic exercises can help with pelvic pain, and which exercises are most beneficial to women’s health.

Pelvic Pain Explained: What You Need to Know

 (Pelvic Pain Explained: What You Need to)
At its heart, Pelvic Pain Explained is the story of how patients develop pelvic pain, the challenges patients and providers face throughout the diagnosis and treatment process, the difficult task of sifting through the different available treatment options, and the impact that an “invisible” condition has on a patient’s life and relationships, and much more. Those who develop pelvic pain find the path to proper diagnosis and treatment frustrating and unsuccessful, oftentimes because they are trying to work within the model of recovery they are used to; one in which they go to the doctor, maybe take some tests and then get a very specific diagnosis that dictates a very specific mode of treatment. This simply is not the path to healing from pelvic pain. Pelvic pain is a health issue that crosses the borders between medical disciplines and requires the patient to be a proactive participant in the healing process. Here, Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Rummer offer readers guidance on navigating a pelvic pain diagnosis and treatment, helping them to better understand their pain from a physiological perspective as well as how to digest the current treatment options available and put them on the path to healing. Providers, too, will gain a better understanding of the effective...

Freeing Yourself from Pelvic Pain: A complete Self-Help Guide to overcome Chronic Pelvic Floor Disorders, Dyspareunia, Vulvodynia and other Symptoms

 (Freeing Yourself from Pelvic Pain: A complete Self-Help Guide to overcome Chronic Pelvic Floor Disorders, Dyspareunia, Vulvodynia and other)
This book was written for you, if you experience vulvodynia, vaginismus, postnatal pain, pain after gynaecological surgery or radiotherapy, discomfort during sex, chronic bladder pain, lower abdominal pain, endometriosis, pelvic floor disorders and other symptoms concerning to chronic pelvic pain The main part of this book is a step-by-step self-help programme - easy to fit in your daily routine. In 7 simple steps you will learn how to overcome these conditions using empowering exercises. You'll learn gentle and safe exercises to discover, awaken and relax the pelvic floor. You will learn simple techniques to reduce stress and fear of pain. After just a few sessions you will experience noticeable changes. Yes, it takes time, practice and effort. If you want to get results using this programme you'll have to take action. But if you are willing to follow these 7 simple steps of the author's programme, you will be amazed by the results. Just like so many women who've followed this programme have been.

Fitness for the Pelvic Floor

 (Fitness for the Pelvic Floor)
Incontinence affects four out of 10 women, about one out of 10 men, and about 17% of children below age 15. The most common reason for admitting a family member to a nursing home is the family's inability to cope with incontinence. It is estimated that in the US incontinence costs 26 billion dollars a year.While it is common to exercise many parts of the body to stay fit, very little attention is paid to exercising the pelvic floor. Many exercises exist for the general fitness of the body, strengthening of the arms and legs and the abdominal and back muscles. Finding fun exercises for the pelvic floor involves searching through a great deal of literature; finding exercises suitable for men, women, and children that are fun and effective appears to be impossible.This book should provide therapists with treatment ideas and encourage patients to ask for help. It focuses on exercises and discusses other treatment options.

iEase Pelvic Floor Muscle Exerciser with On-Screen Biofeedback - Bia

 (iEase Pelvic Floor Muscle Exerciser with On-Screen Biofeedback -)
Pelvic Muscle Trainer (XFT-0010) is a new innovation kegel exerciser. This device adopts pneumatic principle and biofeedback technology. It can guide and help females to perform pelvic muscle exercise (Kegel exercise) more safely and effectively, which means that you may achieve better bladder control, improve symptoms of stress and urge incontinence, prevent pelvic organ relaxation, enhance intimacy and improve problems that contribute to female sexual dysfunctions such as muscle relaxation or painful spasm. Bia's Personal Pelvic Muscle Trainer was designed to strengthen pelvic muscles through guided kegel exercises. Strong pelvic muscles can offer many benefits, including, but not limited to, the elimination or reduction of the severity of Stress and/or Urinary Urge Incontinence. Involuntary bladder leaks can occur if bladder muscles are weak. This can happen to men and women of all ages. Adult women are more likely than men to develop urinary incontinence due to the differences in the pelvic region and the changes incurred by pregnancy and childbirth. It is estimated that 10%-30% of all women experience some form of incontinence. This number is probably much higher since many women with incontinence are often too embarrassed to seek treatment. Bia's Personal Pelvic Muscle Tra...

Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor: Bridging Science and Clinical Practice

Pelvic Physical Therapy (Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor: Bridging Science and Clinical)

Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor - eBook

Pelvic Physical Therapy (Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor -)

EEEkit Adjustable Sport Yoga Stretch Strap 6 Feet with D-Ring Belt Waist Leg Fitness Gym Kit, for Yoga Enthusiast, Ballet Dancers, Physical Therapy

Pelvic Physical Therapy (EEEkit Adjustable Sport Yoga Stretch Strap 6 Feet with D-Ring Belt Waist Leg Fitness Gym Kit, for Yoga Enthusiast, Ballet Dancers, Physical)
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