pelvic floor exercises

Dr. Jason Balthaser demonstrates specific dynamic neuro-stabilization pelvic floor exercises for pregnancy, post-pregnancy, disc herniations, lumbar stability and mobility.

We know how difficult it can be to get back into working out after a pregnancy. Whenever you decide to get back into a workout, Core Health is here to give you a safe and effective exercise. Firstly, the pelvic floor is a set of muscles that helps the pelvic organs function. For example, the muscles aid urinal control and other functions. Like other muscles, exercises can strengthen the pelvic floor to enhance bowl and bladder control. Dr. Jason is here to show some pelvic floor exercises for women during and post pregnancy. Also, men can benefit from pelvic exercises for quicker recovery from prostate surgery and bladder control. Before starting, Core Health asks your physician if you are cleared for these workouts.

Additionally, everyday activities can help with your muscles. Activities like walking, and even sneezing can help strengthen the muscles. The video below will have better description for the floor exercises. To start, Dr. Jason shows the dead bug workout. Start off by laying on the floor, tightening your stomach then lifting both legs and arms. From there, Dr. Jason goes into the side plank. Throughout the video you will see various workouts that will benefit your body.

If you need help getting your body moving or think you may need more help than this video, please contact us by calling (610) 750-9131 or use our online contact form.

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