Incontinence Exercise Zone

Engaging in a variety of exercises can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and assist with continence management.

Prehabilitation Exercises to Reduce Prostate Cancer Incontinence Risk

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers among men, and treatment for this condition can...
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Bird Dog Exercises for Bladder & Bowel Incontinence

Suitable for all levels of fitness, Bird Dog exercises are popular because they are gentle and us...
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Stay in Control with our Pelvic Floor Exercises for Men

Weakening of the pelvic floor can contribute to bladder leakage. Discover our simple at home exer...
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The Best Exercises for a Prolapse

Some exercises can reduce the likelihood of developing a prolapse and even improve a mild one. Ho...
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Easy Pelvic Floor Exercises

A strong pelvic floor improves bladder control, so learn these easy pelvic floor exercises here.
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Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor Muscles Through Exercise

Learn where your pelvic floor is located and how to correctly strengthen these muscles with exerc...
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Male Incontinence Exercises at Home

Men can improve incontinence through a simple exercise that strengthens the pelvic floor muscle, ...
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Intermediate Pelvic Floor Training

If you’re feeling sufficiently comfortable with the basics, you may wish to incorporate these int...
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Women’s Pelvic Floor Exercises at Home

It’s not always possible to get out and about, but that doesn’t mean you can’t begin or continue ...
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Pelvic Floor Master Class

If you’re now proficient with basic and intermediate pelvic floor exercises and looking for furth...
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Incontinence Tips for the Active Man

In most cases, a bladder issue shouldn’t get in the way of being active – but make sure you check...
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Integrating pelvic floor workouts into your day

Performed daily, pelvic floor exercises will keep the muscle strong and you dry!
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Kegel Exercises During Pregnancy

Many women only become aware of their Kegel muscle when pregnant for the first time. But where is...
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Kegel Exercises

Your pelvic floor muscles hang like a sling between your hips to support your bladder, uterus, ot...
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Kegel Exercises for Men

Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor and in turn, improve continence issues.
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Pelvic Floor Exercises for Men

Sometimes referred to as Kegel Exercises, pelvic floor exercises can be very useful in improving ...
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Pelvic Floor Exercises

One in three women will experience light bladder leakage in their life. By exercising your pelvic...
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Pelvic Floor Health for Women

The pelvic floor muscle plays such an instrumental role for women’s incontinence health, so it’s ...
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Pelvic Floor Exercises – Dos and Don’ts

Pelvic floor exercises are effective in increasing control and reducing leaks, but there are some...
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Pilates and Strengthening the Pelvic Floor

Pilates is often recommended as a way to improve the tone of your pelvic floor muscle, which can ...
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Prolapse and exercise

The right exercises can reduce the chances of experiencing a prolapse, and the wrong ones can act...
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What not to do at the gym if you have incontinence

There’s no downside to physical exercise, even with incontinence, but doing the wrong activities ...
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Yoga exercises for a prolapsed bladder

Yoga can assist a mild prolapse of the bladder, and be an enjoyable, relaxing activity. So why n...
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Yoga for the pelvic floor

Watch out kegels – yoga is the new way to strengthen your pelvic floor.
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