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Incontinence & Pelvic Floor Disorders KitHeather Simpson, MS, PT
US Price: $136
254 Exercises
820-PC*

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This collection is a must for anyone who treats Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions & Incontinence. Whether you work in a hospital post surgical unit or treat high-level athletes, this collection is for you. These exercises will help patients who have incontinence and pelvic pain progress to everyday activities from sneezing to golfing.

Use this collection to:

  • Facilitate Pelvic Floor muscle contraction by using gravity, theraband and PNF patterns
  • Incorporate Quick Flicks to promote type II Muscle Fiber Recruitment
  • Treat Incontinence - Urinary or Fecal Leakage
  • Treat Chronic Pain conditions such as Vulvadynia & Interstitial Cystitis

Special Features

  • Includes Tip Sheets for:
    • Anatomy-Front
    • Bladder Diary
    • Pelvic Floor Location / Contraction
  • English and Spanish captions included.
  • Add your own exercises with images

Exercises

  • Muscle
    • IT Band: Wall Lean
    • IT Band: Wall Lean With Crossed Leg
    • IT Band: Leg Hang (Side-Lying)
    • IT Band: Side Push-Up
    • IT Band: Knee Across Body
    • Hamstring: Towel Stretch (Supine)
    • Hamstring: Leg Prop
    • Hamstring: Stretch (Long Sitting)
    • Hamstring: Wall Stretch
    • Hamstring: Stretch (Sitting)
    • Hip Flexor: Leg Hang
    • Hip Flexor: Lean (Standing)
    • Hip Flexor: Pelvis Lean
    • Hip Flexor: Half Kneel
    • Quadratus Lumborum: Wall Stretch (Sitting)
    • Thoracolumbar Fascia: Arm Slide (Standing)
    • Hip Adductor: Knee Fall Out (Supine)
    • Hip Adductor: Wall Stretch
    • Hip Adductor: Knee Press (Sitting)
    • Posterior Hip (Supine)
    • Posterior Hip: Wall Slide
    • Posterior Hip (Quadruped)
    • Posterior Hip: Chair Stretch
    • Posterior Hip (Standing)
  • Breathing
    • Supine
    • Hook-Lying
    • Side-Lying
    • Semi-Reclined
    • Quadruped
    • Sitting
    • Standing
    • Walking
  • Exercise Ball
    • Leg Pull (Supine)
    • Leg Rock (Supine)
    • Bridging (Supine)
    • Ball Lift (Supine)
    • Ball Roll (Prone)
    • Leg Extension (Prone on Elbows)
    • Bouncing With Bracing (Sitting)
    • Pelvic Tilt (Sitting)
    • Side Tilt (Sitting)
    • Diagonal (Sitting)
    • Sit to Stand in Corner (Sitting)
    • Sit to Stand (Sitting)
  • Functional Progression
    • Cough: Phase 1 (Supine)
    • Cough: Phase 2 (Supine)
    • Cough: Phase 3 (Supine)
    • Cough: Phase 4 (Supine)
    • Cough: Phase 1 (Sitting)
    • Cough: Phase 2 (Sitting)
    • Cough: Phase 3 (Sitting)
    • Cough: Phase 4 (Sitting)
    • Cough: Phase 1 (Standing)
    • Cough: Phase 2 (Standing)
    • Cough: Phase 3 (Standing)
    • Cough: Phase 4 (Standing)
    • Laugh: Phase 1 (Supine)
    • Laugh: Phase 2 (Supine)
    • Laugh: Phase 3 (Supine)
    • Laugh: Phase 4 (Supine)
    • Laugh: Phase 1 (Sitting)
    • Laugh: Phase 2 (Sitting)
    • Laugh: Phase 3 (Sitting)
    • Laugh: Phase 4 (Sitting)
    • Laugh: Phase 1 (Standing)
    • Laugh: Phase 2 (Standing)
    • Laugh: Phase 3 (Standing)
    • Laugh: Phase 4 (Standing)
    • Sneeze: Phase 1 (Supine)
    • Sneeze: Phase 2 (Supine)
    • Sneeze: Phase 3 (Supine)
    • Sneeze: Phase 4 (Supine)
    • Sneeze: Phase 1 (Sitting)
    • Sneeze: Phase 2 (Sitting)
    • Sneeze: Phase 3 (Sitting)
    • Sneeze: Phase 4 (Sitting)
    • Sneeze: Phase 1 (Standing)
    • Sneeze: Phase 2 (Standing)
    • Sneeze: Phase 3 (Standing)
    • Sneeze: Phase 4 (Standing)
    • Supine to Sit: Phase 1
    • Supine to Sit: Phase 2
    • Supine to Sit: Phase 3
    • Supine to Sit: Phase 4
    • Sit to Stand: Phase 1
    • Sit to Stand: Phase 2
    • Sit to Stand: Phase 3
    • Walking: Phase 1
    • Walking: Phase 2
    • Walking: Phase 3
    • Walking: Phase 4
    • Walking: Phase 5
    • Walking: Phase 6
    • Bending Down: Phase 1
    • Bending Down: Phase 2
    • Bending Down: Phase 3
    • Squat
    • Reaching Up: Phase 1
    • Reaching Up: Phase 2
    • Reaching Up: Phase 3
    • Step: Phase 1
    • Step: Phase 2
    • Step: Phase 3
    • Step: Phase 4
    • Step: Phase 5
    • Step: Phase 6
  • Post-Surgical Rehab
    • Quad Sets
    • Gluteal Sets
    • Heel Slides
    • Straight Leg Raise
    • Leg Slide
    • Short Arc Knee Extension
    • Long Arc Knee Extension
    • Bridging
    • Hip Abduction (Standing)
    • Hip Flexion (Standing)
    • Hip Extension (Standing)
    • Knee Flexion (Standing)
    • Hip External Rotation Isometric (Standing)
    • Mini-Squats (Standing)
    • Heel Raises
  • Relaxation
    • Long Holds
    • Bear Down
    • PNF D1: Resisted (Supine)
    • Squat
    • Squat, Modified: Couch Support
    • Squat, Modified: Door Support
    • Squat, Modified: Ankle Support
    • Squat, Modified: Exercise Ball
    • Squat, Modified: Wall Support
    • Forward Bend With Support (Sitting)
  • Transverse Abdominals
    • Diastasis Recti Correction With Towel (Hook-Lying)
    • Diastasis Recti Correction With Hands (Hook-Lying)
    • Concentric Contraction (Hook-Lying)
    • Concentric Contraction With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Isometric Hold (Hook-Lying)
    • Isometric Hold With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Isometric Hold (Quadruped)
    • Isometric Hold With Pelvic Floor (Quadruped)
    • Isometric Hold (Sitting)
    • Isometric Hold With Pelvic Floor (Sitting)
    • Isometric Hold (Standing)
    • Isometric Hold With Pelvic Floor (Standing)
    • Combination (Quadruped)
  • Lumbopelvic Stabilization
    • Abdominal Bracing With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Pelvic Tilt With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Knee Fallout (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Leg March (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Arm Lift (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Arms / Legs (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Heel Slides (Supine)
    • Bracing With Arms / Unsupported Legs (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Leg Lowering (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Leg Thrust (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Curl-Up (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Diagonal Curl-Up (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Bridging (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With March in Bridging (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Leg Extension in Bridging (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Single Leg Bridging (Hook-Lying)
    • Bracing With Arm Lift (Prone)
    • Bracing With Leg Lift (Prone)
    • Bracing With Arm / Leg Lift (Prone)
    • Bracing With Double Arm Lift (Prone)
    • Bracing With Double Leg Lift (Prone)
    • Bracing With Double Arm / Leg Lift (Prone)
    • Bracing With Arm Raise (Quadruped)
    • Bracing With Leg Raise (Quadruped)
    • Bracing With Arm / Leg Raise (Quadruped)
    • Bracing With Forward Lunge (Standing)
    • Bracing With Backward Lunge (Standing)
  • Co-contraction
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together With Pelvic Floor (Side-Lying)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together With Pelvic Floor (Semi-Reclined)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together With Pelvic Floor (Quadruped)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together With Pelvic Floor (Sitting)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart With Pelvic Floor (Side-Lying)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart With Pelvic Floor (Semi-Reclined)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart With Pelvic Floor (Sitting)
    • Bridging With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Curl-Up With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Diagonal Curl-Up With Pelvic Floor (Hook-Lying)
    • Forward Lunge With Pelvic Floor (Half-Kneeling)
    • Forward Lunge With Pelvic Floor (Standing)
    • Forward Lunge With Pelvic Floor - Resisted (Standing)
    • Side Lunge With Pelvic Floor (Standing)
    • Side Lunge With Pelvic Floor - Resisted (Standing)
    • Multi-Position Lunge With Pelvic Floor (Standing)
    • Knee Bend / Rise With Pelvic Floor (Standing)
  • Cooordination
    • PELVIC FLOOR COORDINATION TIP: Hold With Quick Flicks Graph
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Supine)
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Hook-Lying)
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Side-Lying)
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Prone)
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Quadruped)
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Semi-Reclined)
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Sitting)
    • Combination: Slow Hold With Quick Flick (Standing)
    • Step Down (Supine)
    • Step Down (Hook-Lying)
    • Step Down (Side-Lying)
    • Step Down (Prone)
    • Step Down (Quadruped)
    • Step Down (Semi-Reclined)
    • Step Down (Sitting)
    • Step Down (Standing)
    • Elevator (Supine)
    • Elevator (Hook-Lying)
    • Elevator (Side-Lying)
    • Elevator (Prone)
    • Elevator (Quadruped)
    • Elevator (Semi-Reclined)
    • Elevator (Sitting)
    • Elevator (Standing)
  • Facilitation
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together (Hook-Lying)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together (Side-Lying)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together (Semi-Reclined)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together (Quadruped)
    • Adduction: Hip - Knees Together (Sitting)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart (Hook-Lying)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart (Side-Lying)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart (Semi-Reclined)
    • External Rotation: Hip - Knees Apart (Sitting)
    • PNF: D2 Diagonal (Supine)
    • PNF: D2 Diagonal With Resistance (Supine)
  • Isolation
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Assisted (Elevated Hips)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Supine)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Hook-Lying)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Side-Lying)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Prone)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Semi-Reclined)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Quadruped)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Kneeling)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Half-Kneeling)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Sitting)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted - Forward Lean on Forearms
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted - Forward Lean on Hands
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Standing)
    • Quick Contraction: Gravity Assisted (Feet Over Head)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Assisted (Elevated Hips)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Supine)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Hook-Lying)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Side-Lying)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Eliminated (Prone)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Semi-Reclined)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Quadruped)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Kneeling)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Half-Kneeling)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Sitting)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted - Forward Lean on Forearms
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted - Forward Lean on Hands
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Resisted (Standing)
    • Slow Contraction: Gravity Assisted (Feet Over Head)

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