Many women give up bored and frustrated by the uncertainty. It is worth persevering as 80% of people who complete a Pelvic Floor exercise program to overcome bladder control problems are 'cured' or 'improved substantially' (statistic from The Australian Continence Foundation).
, Associate Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University’s medical school, discusses Apex, the ultimate automatic pelvic floor exerciser on this segment of the DR STEVE Show.
Physiotherapists who specialise in treating pelvic floor problems use our [Peritron]. Perineometer to assess the strength of pelvic floor muscles and teach pelvic floor exercises. Doing the exercises without feedback is uncertain and frustrating as there is nothing to tell you if you are doing them correctly or making progress.
The Super Kegel exerciser strengthens the pelvic floor muscles, which support the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum. The Super Kegel Pelvic Exerciser promotes a natural ‘push pull’ motion with gentle resistance at the thighs to help develop, strengthen and tone the muscles of the pelvic floor including the buttocks, thighs and lower abdominal.