Relieve pelvic pain and pelvic floor muscle spasm with this Physiotherapist guided audio, ideal for use with Vaginal Dilator home therapy.
Pelvic Floor Relaxation helps women overcome chronic pelvic pain associated with pelvic floor muscle tension.
This Physiotherapy program is designed for women with conditions including:
- Painful intercourse (dyspareunia/vaginismus)
- Post partum pain
- Pelvic nerve pain (pudendal neuralgia)
- Vulvar pain (vulvodynia)
- Interstitial cystitis
- Pain after pelvic floor surgery (hysterectomy, prolapse or incontinence surgery)
- Sexual abuse and emotional distress
Please ensure that other serious medical causes of pelvic pain have been excluded by your doctor before using this program.
Potential benefits include:
- Pain reduction
- Whole body relaxation
- Pelvic muscle relaxation
- Comfort with vaginal penetration (examination, sexual intercourse)
- Sitting tolerance
- Bowel movements and bladder control
- Pelvic floor muscle strength and control
- Stress and anxiety management
This audio program involves 4 progressive therapy sessions. The sessions are designed to be completed and practiced in the order presented. Each session builds upon prior learning and skills developed in the previous sessions.
Pelvic Pain and Pelvic Relaxation Therapy Program
List of Contents
Set up Guide
Learn how to position your body for pelvic floor relaxation and mindfulness.
Session 1. Diaphragmatic breathing
Also known as ‘Yoga breathing’ or ‘belly breathing’, this is a core skill for pelvic floor relaxation. This session guides you through using the correct breathing technique to use during your everyday activities for managing stress and relieving pelvic pain and muscle spasm.
Session 2. Whole Body Relaxation and Body Scanning
Learn how to identify areas of muscle tension, relax your whole body and train a mindful approach in reacting to changed sensations in the body.
Session 3. Pelvic Floor Relaxation and Desensitisation
Specific pelvic floor muscle relaxation and pelvic pain management training designed to improve physical comfort and retrain neural pathways associated with pain centers in the brain.
Session 4. Pelvic Floor Exercises (Kegels)
Pelvic floor relaxation and how to start pelvic floor muscle training for restoring pelvic floor strength and control for sufferers of pelvic pain.
Total playing time: 30 minutes
- Professional physiotherapist guided techniques and exercises
- Format allows you to select the track(s) you prefer to practice on a given day
- 4 progressive sessions
- Soothing relaxation musical accompaniment
- Simple, affordable and easy to follow