If you have had a straight forward birth we recommend waiting until after your 6 week check with your Doctor to start the programme. If you have had a C-Section we recommend waiting until at least 12 weeks post op and always after you have had clearance from your Doctor.
Yes! The rehab programme is for both men & women that experience core and/or pelvic floor dysfunction – symptoms including: low back pain, abdominal weakness or doming, incontinence, pelvic pressure/heaviness, diastasisrecti, or prolapse. It doesn’t matter whether you have had a baby – the rehab will help to strengthen your core & pelvic floor, flatten your stomach, & restore any core dysfunction.
Yes it can do – a vaginal prolapse usually occurs if the pelvic floor is weak and there has been an increase in intra-abdominal pressure for example - birth. The way the rehab helps to address prolapse is to strengthen your transverse abdominis and your pelvic floor muscles. Always have your Doctor or women’s health physiotherapist check a prolapse or symptoms of a prolapse before starting a rehab programme.
Yes it will due to strengthening the deep core and pelvic floor muscles.
The course can be done at home with minimal equipment:
As much as we understand your concern & need for answers – we must ask that you appreciate we cannot comment on any individual circumstances & that you seek medical advice from your doctor. We are unable to provide medical advice, opinion, diagnosis, treatment or medical services of any kind.
If you are in any pain before, during or after exercise we request you stop immediately and consult your doctor.