Does Stopping the Flow of Urine Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor?

Kegels are not for everyone…

Physiotherapist, Lisa Flanders covers the topic of kegels and the way this exercise can impact the pelvic floor. Watch the video to find out if kegels are right for you.

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