Recovery after childbirth with PelviPower

Among other things, your pelvic floor is responsible for closing your orifices, thus ensuring continence (bowel/bladder). It is completely normal for the pelvic floor muscles to change during pregnancy.

Your network of muscles and connective tissue fibres simply becomes looser, which in turn is important for the development of your baby in the womb. Women often struggle with incontinence after pregnancy, for instance. If the pelvic floor is very weak, there is also a risk of organ prolapse. Thus, it is very important after pregnancy that women get their pelvic floor “in shape” again and their core strong.

This can be achieved comfortably and in everyday clothes with our PelviPower pelvic floor training.
In conventional training, contraction must be induced by targeted contracting/relaxing. With PelviPower training, the pelvic floor muscles are contracted up to 25,000 times by magnetic waves. You thus have maximum success with this type of training.

woman pelvipower training after birth

We recommend starting this training about 12 weeks after giving birth. The prerequisite is always that you feel well and that any injuries you may have sustained in childbirth have completely healed.
In contrast to “traditional recovery”, our location partners allow you to schedule your appointments freely. You are not bound to a day of the week or a time, and on request you can also bring your baby with you.
Even if the birth was a while ago, training your pelvic floor and your core strength is a good investment in your health either way.

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