Kegel


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Keg·el

(keg'ĕl),
A.H., 20th-century U.S. gynecologist. See: Kegel exercises.
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Strengthen your pelvic muscles (men as well as women) with Kegel exercises.
Once you've learned the trick of Kegel exercises, you can do them any time, any place.
BACK IN 1948, USC gynecologist Arnold Kegel, MD, announced the health benefits of strengthening the pelvic floor with what became known as Kegel exercises.
Kegel exercises which was long known to help women with childbirth and recovery have been recommended for men as well by experts.
Many women know about kegel exercises for the pelvic floor from when they were pregnant, but there are others that can be more effective.
Kegel exercises are practised by some women to tone up after childbirth.
It is easily fixed with pelvic floor muscle strengthening moves called Kegel exercises but it takes time to see results.
Arnold Kegel (9) first reported that PFMT was effective in the treatment of SUI in 1948.
GLENWOOD - William Bill "Pops" Kegel of Glenwood died Jan.
26] For the pelvic floor, the Kegel exercise meets the specificity requirement and is the only considered to improve PFM fibre function.
They found no significant differences between black and white women in terms of the Q-tips test results at rest or during a Kegel contraction or Valsalva maneuver.