Prolapse

Exercise and Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Free ebook – “Exercise and Pelvic Organ Prolapse. A need to know guide.”

About This Book

This topic is probably the most personal subject we help women with. It’s so rarely discussed, but has a huge impact on so many women’s lives.

This e-book is here to talk about these issues and advise our reader on ways they can adjust their day to day habits to help.

Welcome to our “Exercise and Pelvic Organ Prolapse – a Need to Know Guide” ebook.

The aim of this guide is to give you the best information we can to keep you safe if you want to exercise but have a prolapse. It will help you to understand a bit more about Pelvic Organ Prolapse, learn what you can do to improve your symptoms and above all, avoid making it worse.

““Lizzie and Sarah have helped me turn my life around! After years of medical interference [for my prolapse], resulting in pain and disappointment they have shown me how to take control myself.  My core and pelvic floor are stronger and I’m so much happier. Their classes are so much fun, like exercising with good friends.  Thank you. X

Exercises for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

What’s inside

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Welcome

Let’s get started!

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What is a Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

This is one of the most personal subjects we deal with.

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The Different Types of Prolapse

What are the different kinds of prolapse and how are they different?

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Symptoms of Prolapse

Not sure if you have a prolapse? Check your symptoms and make sure you talk to your GP.

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How can I help myself?

Small changes can help alleviate symptoms

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About us

Who we are and how we can help you.

We are two busy Mums who have worked in fitness for over 20 years. We started our Fit Mummy classes almost 10 years ago to help women stay strong and healthy during pregnancy, followed by our popular Mummy Rebuild core rehab courses for once the baby arrived. 

We soon realised that more women needed our help and not just postnatally.  There is a real lack of core rehab options available to help women with prolapse diagnosis, pelvic floor weakness, post abdominal surgery - like hysterectomy - and especially the transition through menopause when symptoms that have not been that bad start to get worse.

Our main focus for core and pelvic floor rehab is to use hypopressives, then to add Pilates and stretches to get the core to function properly again.  

We will support you, motivate you and we have lots of ways to help you keep on track with your rehab but at the end of the day you will need to make a commitment to yourself and your pelvic health to spend some time fixing it.  

However, this doesn't have to take more than 10 minutes a day. Above all, consistency is key to improving these issues.  If you are ready to make that next step and Revive your core and pelvic floor then let's do this.  We have different training options to offer. We understand life is busy and not one option suits. 

 So, if you are ready to get started,  just let us know and we will send you over more information. 

 Exciting times 

Lizzie & Sarah

 

Lizzie Duggan and Sarah St John

Fitter Floor and Core

What do I do now?

Get in touch to book a one-to-one with us to find out exactly how we can help you start your journey to core rehabilitation.

Sometimes the first step is just asking for help. We're here for you.

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