Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxation for Women with Chronic Pelvic Pain
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Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxation for Women with Chronic Pelvic Pain

$19.95

Brand: Dr Patricia Neumann Code: PFRWD

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 Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxation for Women with Chronic Pelvic Pain is produced by one of Australia's best known researchers, Specialist Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Dr Patricia Neumann.
Dr Neumann is a well known, and greatly respected, physiotherapist, researcher and lecturer from Adelaide in South Australia.
This CD has been developed particularly for women with increased pelvic floor muscle tension and persistent pelvic pain and is the result of Dr Neumann's years of experience and success in helping women overcome painful pelvic conditions.

The CD is intended as an adjunct to your pelvic floor physiotherapy program for increased pelvic floor muscle tension and persistent pelvic pain.**
A range of different relaxation techniques are presented which you can use in its entirety or decide which techniques are most beneficial and continue to work with just them.

 

There are 3 tracks:

  1.  30 minute track of whole body and pelvic floor muscle relaxation. It is reccomended for daily practise for the first week , or as directed by your health care professional.
  2.  13 minute Short Relaxation which is suggested for use once you are familiar with the 30 minute relaxation, and is good for regular daily practise, especially befire using vaginal trainers ( also known as dilators)
  3.  20 minute relaxation music only track.

 

The 8-page booklet guides you through how to use the CD which is designed ideally to be used with the guidance of a pelvic floor physiotherapist who can provide individual help. However women who have no access to a pelvc floor physiotherapist can use the information and exercises as a good start to their treatment.**
It includes instructions on how to use the CD in conjunction with vaginal trainers (dilators)

 

This is an excellent resource to assist in both whole body relaxation and specifically pelvic floor muscle relaxation and can be a helpful treatment choice for

  • dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
  • vaginismus ( inability to achieve penetration)
  • any chronic pelvic pain condition. 

 

Read more about these specific pain conditions here and more about chronic pelvic pain here

Learning to relax the pelvic floor muscles and let go is just as important for a painful pelvic condition as learning to tighten and strengthen is for weakness of the pelvic floor. In fact, some women need to first learn how to relax the pelvic muscles before they can learn the correct pelvic floor muscle or Kegel technique to strengthen them. Incorrect technique will cause further problems and those experiencing persistent pelvic pain should not do pelvic floor exercises unless instructed to by their treating health professional.

 

**This CD is intended for use by women with chronic or persistent pelvic pain who have undergone assessment by a gynaecologist to eliminate causes of pain such as infection or inflammation, which require specific medical treatment .

 

Written, produced and narrated by :
Dr Patricia Neumann

Original music by :
Glyn Lehmann

Playing Time :

Track 1 : 30 minutes : Whole body and pelvic floor muscle relaxation and breathing exercises.

Track 2 : 10 minutes : Short pelvic floor relaxation for regular daily practise.

Track 3 : 20 minutes : Relaxation music only

TEXT:
Dr Patricia Neumann and Sonia Scharfbillig

SPOKEN BY:
Sonia Scharfbillig

ORIGINAL MUSIC AND RECORDING :
Glyn Lehmann

PLAYING TIME :

Track 1 : 30 minutes : Whole body and pelvic floor muscle relaxation

Track 2 : 10 minutes : Short pelvic floor relaxation for regular daily pracctise. This track is also good for use with vaginal trainers (dilators)

Track 3 : 20 minutes : Relaxation music only

Booklet included describes how to use the CD, how to find and contract your pelvic floor muscles and how to use vaginal trainers or dilators.

Edition

3rd

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