How to Perform Kegels Correctly

Strengthen your Pelvic Floor and Avoid Unnecessary Surgery or Medication

What you will learn...

  • The function of the Pelvic Floor
  • How to initiate voluntary contractions
  • Why Kegels can help
  • What not to do
  • When you should NOT be doing Kegels

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"I started having leakage in my late 30's and I heard that Kegels could help.  Easy enough, right?? I thought I knew what a Kegel was and that I could perform them without error.  But even with routine practice, I wasn't seeing results.  I am so HAPPY I found OptimaLiving Therapy!  The PF Therapy program kept me out of the operating room! " - Jerolyn S. (Patient)

Linda Rudd, OT  is a licensed occupational therapist with specialty training in Biofeedback and Pelvic Floor Therapy.  She first became aware of PF therapy during her residency at Mayo Clinic 20 years ago and has successfully treated hundreds of patients with PF dysfunction. 

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Whether you have urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, ABL, or prolapse this information is for you.