Pelvic Floor (PT19)

166.60

Physiotools produces information handouts for physiotherapy clients, ideal for any physiotherapist. 

 Features of Physiotools 

  • Create personalised exercise handouts
  • 20,000+ drawings, photos and videos
  • Print and email exercises with videos

This Physiotools module is for practitioners who need to provide advice and exercises to improve pelvic floor disorders.
It includes information about pelvic floor anatomy and function plus incontinence, weight management and the importance of posture for pelvic floor function. Toileting information covers advice on pelvic floor identification and deferment techniques in addition to correct urination and defaecation positions.

The exercises have been divided into pelvic floor relaxation, identification and low effect exercises combined with transversus abdominal muscle activation and normal breathing. In addition speed strength, maximum strength and endurance strength are explained.

It shows various exercise starting positions and squeezing techniques, where the work required by the muscle varies from low to high e.g. coughing and lifting. Functional exercises such as walking, Nordic walking and running are also included.
Contains images of women, men and children doing pelvic floor exercises. Includes evidence based exercises.

 

  • 130 colour photographs, 1 PDF posters
  • Languages: English, Finnish, Swedish, German

 

Physiotools now has a new mobile app that encourages your clients to reach a daily exercise target and reminds them to exercise. Clear instructions, images and videos ensure your clients are doing their exercises correctly.

The app is free for PhysioTools Online users and their clients. 

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Weight 0.5000 kg

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