Why Kegels Alone Won't Fix Prolapse
While many factors weaken pelvic floor muscles causing overactive bladder, Kegel exercises alone are not the answer to treating urinary incontinence and prolapse.
By: Healthwise Exercise, LLC
Pelvic floor muscles weakened from pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, aging, excessive straining from constipation or chronic coughing, and being overweight can be strengthened with evidenced based pelvic floor exercises medically proven to treat urinary incontinence without drugs or surgery.
Just like your medical doctor prescribes medications, Physical and Occupational Therapists prescribe scientifically proven exercises. For those that don't want to pay the high out of pocket co-pay or deductible to visit a therapist, 30 Day Bladder Fix Pelvic Floor Exercises by Suzanne Andrews, PBS TV founder of Functional Fitness, is a program both women and men can do in the comfort of their own home. Suzanne Andrews is a licensed Occupational Therapy Clinician who has implemented this program in rehab centers across the country.
Deborah Newcumb, a medical colleague stated, "I met Suzanne Andrews working in Texas and never heard of a program that could stop urine leakage. I was skeptical in the beginning. Every week I would get the bladder report from the nurses and was clearly amazed at the success of the patients. The report showed how each week the patients were having less episodes of leakage and most were completely pad free upon completion of the program."
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Page Updated Last on: Oct 12, 2016