Physical Therapy For Your Vagina? 3 Pelvic Exercises That Work


Physical Therapy For Your Vagina? 3 Pelvic Exercises That Work

by Alison Bucalo
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Pelvic floor therapy can be beneficial to tightening a weak pelvic floor. Pelvic floor exercises can be done at home or with a physical therapist – that’s right, a physical therapist isn’t just for athletes or a sprained ankle.

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Madge the Vag sits down with physical therapist Amy Stein from Beyond Basics Physical Therapy to learn more about exercise and massage techniques that can help a weak pelvic floor and muscles and tissues that surround the vagina.

Exercising and caring for your muscles is important for pre-natal and post-baby care. Physical therapy can also help to treat c-section scarring and even help endometriosis sufferers with pain and muscle tightness.

Before you see a physical therapist, make sure that they are certified. If you have any questions or comments for Madge the Vag, you can email her at

This video is meant solely for informational purposes, and not as medical advice. It should not be used as an alternative to professional care. Some Spider, Inc. makes no representations as to the accuracy of the information contained in the video.

About Madge the Vag: Madge the Vag is a quirky mom on a mission to spread (literally) the word on everything vagina. She may have a 1950s wardrobe, but approaches women’s vaginal health in a refreshing way that is very today. Madge highlights a taboo topic or challenging issue many women face but may be afraid to talk about. She interviews experts on a range of topics like public hair, yeast infections and sex.







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