Restoreyou.health is an information resource specifically designed to support the rehabilitation you are already receiving from your physiotherapy practitioner. This resource may also help you to get a head start on any rehabilitation needs before seeing a physiotherapist for individual support.
Meet Alexandra Frankham, a physiotherapist and pelvic health coach from Jersey with over 15 years of clinical experience, teaching men, women, and young adults how to future proof their bodies.
1) Do you have symptoms of pelvic floor weakness:
2) Have you recently had a baby?
3) Are you about to have urological / prostate / or gynaecological surgery?
4) Are you menopausal?
If you answered YES to any of these questions then you will need to start doing pelvic floor exercises to strengthen your core to help you now and more importantly to help you for your future - may as well start now!
You do not have to become what you fear!
Our solution is to provide an online resource that you can follow in the privacy of your own home, on your phone, computer or tablet.
No online program is a complete substitute for one to one Physiotherapy and as such these programs are designed to be taken either while you are waiting for Physiotherapy, in conjunction with Physiotherapy, or to help with the maintenance of the exercises you have been given by your Physiotherapist.
If you don't have access to a Physiotherapist geographically then this is a great option!
Click on any of these conditions for further information.
Do you want to get a head start on your pelvic floor exercises so you aren’t the one having ‘oops’ moments in the playground?Click here for how to get your mumma RESTORE program underway
Are you about to have surgery or treatment for prostate cancer?
Then you must seek help and your help starts here.
Most men are incontinent and have erectile dysfunction initially after prostate surgery.
Pelvic Floor Exercise Rehabilitation works and reduces the after effects of surgery. It works best if you start it before your surgeryClick here for your comprehensive rehabilitation program
Take the first step to becoming the new you. If you feel like you have been trying to do pelvic floor exercises for what seems like years but just don't seem to remember or get anywhere than this is the place.Click here to get going
Hello Mummy's / Mommy's To Be! I have put together a Free Information and Exercise Pregnancy Course (created with love from my home to yours). Because at the moment you may not be able to access your Physiotherapy or Exercise services, and we can all use a little help. Please share & let your friends and fellow Mum's to Be know. Namaste, Alex xx
If you live in the beautiful Channel Island of Jersey then Performance Physiotherapy would love to help you.
However if you live in the UK you can find a local physiotherapist using this link:
Pilates is a great form of exercise to help with your core and general strength but it does not specifically focus on the pelvic floor.
Research has proven that Pilates on its own will NOT help with pelvic dysfunction.