Strengthen your pelvic floor: how to heal and thrive after childbirth

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 1 November 2016

12 mins

Simple exercises can help to get your pelvic floor back to health, but women often suffer in silence after child birth. Lyz Evans from Women in Focus Physiotherapy explains how we can all take better care of our pelvic floor.

This Better Families segment is brought to you by Medibank. Each week we’ll explore a range of family health and lifestyle topics to help your family be better. Head to their website for our full blog with pelvic floor exercise tips.

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