Squeezy CF

Squeezy CF

By Living With Ltd

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Squeezy CF has been reviewed, supported and endorsed by the CF Trust.

It is recognised that one impact of the train recommendations and airway clearance techniques for people with Cystic Fibrosis is that the pelvic floor can be put underneath pressure, leading to pelvic flooring dysfunction corresponding to stress incontinence. This can occur to men and women, although it's extra frequent in ladies. Pelvic floor muscle workout routines may help to prevent and deal with these problems, reducing pelvic flooring, bladder and bowel symptoms and supporting the active life-style that's necessary for common well being.

Squeezy CF has been designed by chartered physiotherapists specialising in Pelvic Health working in the NHS. It is appropriate for everybody who wants to do pelvic floor muscle workout routines (also referred to as Kegel exercises). The app is particularly aimed at those that are seeing a specialist physiotherapist for issues linked to their bladder, bowels or pelvic ground muscle tissue as it can be tailor-made to a selected exercise programme and set to remind you when to do your workouts. It is straightforward to use, discreet, informative and has helpful visual and audio prompts to assist your train programme plus it maintains a report of the variety of workout routines you've completed.

Features:

•Customisable train plan

•Professional mode to help physiotherapists set detailed exercise plans for patients

•Visual, and audio guides for exercises

•Information and ideas written by skilled Men's Health physiotherapists

•Track and monitor your progress

•Write a brief notice after a accomplished exercise

•Simple and clear interface

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