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Lift Pelvic Organ Support Series: Week One (Instructional)

Learn more about prolapse and sign up to get the first week of Lift (workout and PDF handout), for free –

“Lift” is a 5-week series of videos that may help provide relief for symptoms of mild to moderate pelvic organ prolapse when used as directed. Results are not guaranteed. Everyone has different needs; talk to your healthcare provider if you have questions or concerns about your readiness or appropriateness for participation.

Playlist of videos to help with pelvic pain/tension (if this is more appropriate for you at this time):

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For more information on consulting with a Pelvic Physical Therapist for personal assessment and treatment, check this link if you live in the United States of America: If you live outside the US, search for a physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic floor dysfunction and rehabilitation.

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ORGAN PLAYING: "Exercise in d minor" by Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer

“Exercise in d minor” by Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer.

Kaller OrganMethod Band I
Steinmeyer Organ

Your abdominal muscles help to give more support to your pelvic organs. If you keep the muscles strong they prevent excess weight from sitting on your pelvic floor, which can lead to it weakening.

This is the third in our series, Pelvic Floor Exercise Techniques. Watch Physiotherapist and Pilates instructor, Amanda Savage, speak to Stephanie Taylor, Founder and Managing Director of Kegel8, about how to strengthen your abdominal muscles to strengthen your pelvic floor.

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Pelvic Floor Clinic (Module 2): Pelvic Organ Prolapse

What is POP, what are treatment options, and what YOU can do to help.

Many of us will not have heard the term prolapse until we experience a problem. But what exactly is a prolapse? And why are so many of us at risk?

The primary cause of prolapse is weakened or damaged pelvic floor muscles. Responsible for supporting each of the pelvic organs, when they are no longer strong enough to carry out this job effectively, it can result in one or more of the organs sagging, or dropping down, into the vagina/rectum. Scarily, it is estimated that 1 in 2 women over the age of 50 will suffer with some form of prolapse.

There are various different types and stages which represent the prolapse severity. For some of us, the symptoms will be so mild that we won’t even visit our doctor. However, even where this is the case, it can still significantly impact on our physical and emotional wellbeing.


Related videos:
⇢ Looking Back on 10 Years of Kegel8 – Kegel8 10th Anniversary:
⇢ You Don’t Have To Live With Incontinence – Here’s The Solution:

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment Vaginal Tape Procedure

Millions of women can now benefit from the repair of pelvic organ prolapse without the need for an open abdominal surgeryor the removal of the uterus. In this clip, Dr. Raymond Rackley of the Cleveland Clinic Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute discusses minimally invasive options for pelvic organ prolapse treatment. He narrates an animation of a laparoscopic assisted percutaneous vaginal tape procedure. To learn more about treatment options for pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence, download our treatment guide at:
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Hear Certified Pelvic Rehabilitation Physical Therapist, Amanda Olson, talk about fixing vaginal / pelvic organ prolapse by using Intimate Rose Kegel Exercise System – including 6 vaginal weights and training guide.

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse – Nebraska Medicine

Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition that occurs when the muscles and tissue in your pelvis weaken. Your uterus drops down into your vagina. Sometimes, it comes out through your vaginal opening. Nearly half of all women between ages 50 and 79 have uterine prolapse, or some other form of pelvic organ prolapse. In this video, urogynecologist Kristin Rooney, MD, describes what it is and how it’s treated.


Many women with uterine prolapse have no symptoms. However, if symptoms start, they may include:

Leakage of urine

Feeling of heaviness or fullness in your pelvis

Bulging in your vagina

Lower-back pain

Aching, or the feeling of pressure, in your lower abdomen or pelvis

Who’s at risk

If you have given birth, you have the highest risk for uterine prolapse. If you’ve had a vaginal delivery, you are more likely to develop uterine prolapse than if you’ve had a C-section. If you are menopausal, Caucasian, overweight, or obese, you are also more likely to experience uterine prolapse. Smoking is another factor that increases your risk.


If your doctor suspects that you have a prolapsed uterus, he or she will probably perform a physical examination to check for irregularities in your pelvis. If you’re also having problems like urinary incontinence or a feeling of incomplete emptying of your bladder, your doctor may perform a procedure called a cystoscopy to examine your bladder and urethra.

Your physician might also order an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). This procedure uses a magnet and radio waves to create images. This will allow your doctor to get a good look at your kidneys and other pelvic organs.


If your uterine prolapse symptoms bother you or keep you from feeling comfortable during everyday activities, talk with your doctor about treatment options. Lifestyle changes, like losing weight, may help. So can a regular routine of Kegel exercises. These strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. To perform a Kegel exercise, you squeeze the muscles you use to control the flow of urine, and hold for up to 10 seconds before releasing. Aim for 50 repetitions a day.

A pessary can provide relief from the symptoms of uterine prolapse. This is a device your doctor inserts into your vagina to support your pelvic organs.

A vaginal hysterectomy is a type of surgery your doctor may recommend. In this procedure, your doctor removes your uterus through your vagina. The healing time is faster. There also are fewer complications than with traditional hysterectomy, which requires an abdominal incision


A hysterectomy for uterine prolapse carries the risks that all surgery has. This includes the chance of bleeding, infection, injury to the body area involved (in this case, the urinary tract), and problems related to anesthesia.


There is no surefire way to prevent uterine prolapse. However, you can lower your risk by:

Losing weight if you’re overweight

Following a diet rich in fiber and fluids to prevent constipation and straining

Avoiding heavy lifting

Quitting smoking

Seeking prompt treatment for a chronic cough, which can place extra pressure on your pelvic organs

Regularly performing Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles

These strategies may also help if you have already developed uterine prolapse.

Consult your doctor when uterine prolapse symptoms first start to bother you. Don’t wait until your discomfort becomes severe. Regular pelvic exams can help detect uterine prolapse in its early stages.

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Twelve Rivers Qigong – exercises for the organ meridians – full 20 minute practice session

Twelve Rivers Qigong - exercises for the organ meridians - full 20 minute practice session

These are the Twelve Rivers exercises for the organs and meridians.

This video is part of a comprehensive 12 week online qigong training course from Long White Cloud Qigong (LWCQ). You can check out the whole course organized conveniently for you here:

Qigong Foundation Practices

In this course you will learn important foundation practices for qigong:
• Meditation and Mindfulness
• Breathing
• Posture
• Energy Awareness
You will apply these skills to set of twelve qigong exercises designed to make you healthy, strong and vital. There is one exercise for each of the main organs and meridians in the body in this set of exercises.

I hope you enjoy the course!