Keeping up with Your Pelvic Floor Exercises
How good are you at keeping up with your pelvic floor exercises? Do you remember to do them every day? Are you sure you are doing your pelvic floor exercises correctly? If not, you’re definitely not alone. Many women learn how to do pelvic floor exercises, like Kegels the right way. Soon after, they fall out of the habit or transition into doing Kegels less effectively. Talk to the pelvic health experts at Corelife Wellness in Oakville to learn about alternative ways to exercise your pelvic floor muscles more effectively.
What Do the Pelvic Floor Muscles Do?
Pelvic floor muscles are essential to keeping the organs in the pelvis in place and in preventing pelvic organ prolapse. Pelvic floor muscles help control the ability to hold in urine until you decide to release it. Weak pelvic floor muscles can result in urinary incontinence or ‘peeing a little’ when you laugh, sneeze, cough or otherwise exert yourself. If that sounds familiar, you may need some help strengthening your pelvic floor muscles. Call us for a consultation to find out how we can help!
There’s More than One Type of Urinary Incontinence
Peeling a little when you cough or sneeze is known as stress incontinence. If you’ve ever experienced it, you know it can be quite inconvenient, and many women struggle with managing it. Stress incontinence may also occur while exercising, including running or jumping. There are also other forms of urinary incontinence, including urge incontinence – the feeling that you still need to pee immediately after emptying your bladder. Incontinence can be a difficult topic to talk about with a doctor or friends. Find out more about the types of incontinence caused by weak pelvic floor fitness in our blog. At Corelife Wellness, we want to bring urinary incontinence issues out into the open to address it so you can get back to living your life.
Libby Chair Pelvic Therapy Using the Emsella Chair
We offer a simple, non-surgical treatment for urinary incontinence using the popular BTL Aesthetics Emsella Chair. The Emsella in Oakville delivers targeted electromagnetic stimulation to the pelvic muscles, increasing blood flow and strengthening the muscles without pelvic floor exercises (Kegels), a pessary, vaginal cones or other incontinence devices. Get in touch with us to book a consultation for Emsella chair therapy at Corelife Wellness in Oakville.
CoreLife Wellness – Ask Us About Our Services
We offer a free 15-minute consultation to women experiencing urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and other issues relating to their pelvic health and fitness. Call us to find out more about our Libby Chair Pelvic therapy using the Emsella in Oakville and feel an improvement in your symptoms after the very first treatment. We also offer alternatives to surgery to correct diastasis recti and conditions resulting in ab muscle separation. Book your consultation today by calling 647.370.6280 or completing the form below.