A Great Exercise to Strengthen Pelvic Floor Muscles

Do at Home. Avoid Drugs and Treatments with Side Effects.

What you will learn...

  • How to perform the exercise
  • How many times and how often you should do it
  • The benefits and how it works

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"I suffered from incontinence with coughing and sneezing for years. Eventually I began to have symptoms with exercise and lifting things as well.  I was so frustrated, embarrassed, and worried about what might happen in the future.  I talked to my doctor and she encouraged me to try Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation before surgery and drugs. So glad I did!  OptimaLiving Therapy was a life saver.  I have my life back!"  - A.R. (Patient)

Linda Rudd is an occupational therapist with 20 years experience. She has advanced training in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation using Biofeedback and therapeutic activities. 

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Whether you have stress incontinence, overflow incontinence, over active bladder, or ABL, this information is for you.