Courtney Edgecomb is back
Courtney Edgecomb is back to take us through the top 5 exercises you can do from home to help relax your pelvic floor.
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About Courtney Edgecomb, DPT:
Courtney graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts with both her Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Courtney is passionate about providing others with a sense of strength, dedication, and wellbeing through physical therapy. She finds balance by staying active outdoors, training for half or full marathons, and going to Pilates or yoga.
Thank you! This was very easy to follow
Can you do these while you are having pelvic floor spasms? Will the stretches work whilst you are in pain?
For quick reference:
1. Child’s pose
2. Cat/cow stretches
3. Kneeling lunge (+ side stretch)
4. Happy baby
5. Reclined figure four stretch