Exercises included in Pelvic Floor consist of multiple illustrations to help you understand how to properly perform the exercise. Each exercise includes a written description and default parameters for hold time, recovery time, rest time, repetitions and sets. An example of pictures within a Pelvic Floor exercise is shown below.
Therapist and other wellness professionals can use the
to prescribe these exercises to their clients,
streamlining your workflow,
providing independence to your patients,
and better allow you to customize and track their results.
Patients who have received
of their home exercises
can find these exercises in the
and add their prescribed exercises to their
Favorite exercise program.
The PT-Helper app is going to
improve your motivation and
accountability and resolve any
issues that will keep you from
completing the recovery
exercises assigned to you.
Before starting any exercise program,
consult with your medical doctor or physical therapist.
The exercise list below includes one icon image for each exercise.
Click on the icon image to see a larger version.
Bent Knee Fallout
Bent Knee Fallout With Arms Up
Bridging with Pelvic Floor
Clam Shell (No Pillow) with Pelvic Core
Diaphragmatic Breathing (seated)
Femur Arcs With Arms Raised
Hands and Knees Balance
Pelvic Floor With Ball
Seated Pelvic Floor
Seated Pelvic Floor - Half Squeeze
Seated Pelvic Floor - Slow Squeeze & Hold
Single Leg Bridge
Supine Pelvic Floor
Supine Pelvic Floor - Half Squeeze
Supine Pelvic Floor - Slow Squeeze & Hold
19 - 24
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