Do Kegels Work?

image of pelvic floor muscles, showing their resting position at the bottom of the pelvis, like a hammock. The muscles should rest at about 3/4 range relaxed, then be able to contract up and in when needed, relax easily back down, then gently buldge down and out (like a flower opening) the bottom 1/4 of range, before again returning to resting position.

There is so much more to a kegel than ‘just tightening.’ If you’ve been doing kegels for ages and still leaking, consider taking a closer look at what your body needs.

How to do Kegels!

Dr. Kelly, one of only 72 Double Board Certified Specialists in the USA

How to do kegels? Telling someone to do them is Crap. TRAINING someone to do them, tailored to their body & including relaxation, works miracles!