At International Pelvic Physiotherapy Management (IPPM), a solution is provided to one in three women who suffer from urinary incontinence.
The solution, the online pelvic home routine product (a series of high-quality pelvic floor muscle training videos and e-books) offers an alternative to expensive pelvic physiotherapy appointments (which are difficult access due to a global shortage of experts). pelvic physiotherapists) and expensive incontinence pads (which are not good for our environment). The solution helps women avoid the painful skin condition called incontinence dermatitis. It also gives women the freedom to work, travel and exercise, all while feeling clean and without fear of the smell of stale urine or wet stains on leaky clothes or on furniture after s ‘to be seated.
IPPM’s solution is better than competing offerings of electrical stimulation leads that women can buy themselves online, the ability to watch videos of pelvic floor exercises, surgeries or ring pessaries online for free , because the at-home pelvic routine was developed by Aoife Ni Eochaidh, a highly experienced, multi-award-winning expert pelvic physiotherapist, the product is based on her 25 years of learning gained from treating thousands of women with incontinence and it’s evidence-based. Progressive training of the pelvic floor muscles is recommended as the first-line treatment for incontinence (CG171 NICE Guideline 2016). Two-thirds of women with any type of incontinence who have had pelvic floor muscle training see improvement or recovery, with 75% of women reporting improvement or resolution of symptoms such as episodes of incontinence.
The product is a game changer for women. At the price it is offered, € 70, it sounds almost too good to be true. Available for purchase at www.ippm.ie
Customer testimonials are strong. The Pelvic Home Routine has been described as great, life changing, clearly explained and easy to use. A range of pelvic home routine products are aimed at mothers 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 and 70 with stress urinary incontinence. Other types of pelvic home routine products are also available, also suitable for women who have not had children and for men with other pelvic conditions and for women with osteoporosis.
Founder, Aoife Ni Eochaidh, Registered Physiotherapist, Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health and Continence, Suite 14 Bon Secours Consultant Clinic, Renmore. She says, “No amount of urine leakage is normal, and a 100-year-old muscle can be trained.”
Some women may prefer to attend a pelvic physiotherapy appointment, for more details contact Email [email protected]@ gmail.com 087 2863013.