Pelvic Floor Recovery

Pelvic Floor Recovery

Books and media by Sue Croft OAM Physiotherapist

Improve bladder and bowel dysfunction. Recover from gynaecological  surgery, colorectal surgery and childbirth. Learn about your pelvic floor muscles, how to control prolapse. Manage persistent pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction and return to exercise, sport and work, and much, much more.

Earlier rather than later’ should be the motto, but remember, it is never too late.

Sue Croft and PFR books

These books are vitally important for women & their pelvic floor management, especially following gynaecological and colorectal surgery and childbirth. The books will help you learn about your pelvic floor muscles, the role of posture and your pelvic floor, causes of pelvic health issues, normal and abnormal bladder function, management of bowel function, prolapse management, pessaries and strategies for managing persistent pelvic pain. The books will help you recover from gynaecological surgery, give you guidance on exercises for home recovery, returning to normal exercise, sport, work, travelling and on sexual dysfunction. You will also read on topics such as nocturia, overactive bladder syndrome, vulvodynia, endometriosis, bladder pain syndrome, interstitial cystitis and body scan relaxation.

Sue has authored three books about ‘Pelvic Floor Recovery’ for women who are recovering from gynaecological and colorectal surgery and from childbirth. These books are: “Pelvic Floor Recovery: Physiotherapy for Gynaecological and Colorectal Repair Surgery”(ed 5) & “Pelvic Floor Essentials”(ed 4) and the new German language book “Beckenbodenrehabilitation – Physiotherapie für Gynäkologische und Kolorektale Chirurgie“ which is a direct translation of ‘Pelvic Floor Recovery’. Over 20,000 of her books have been distributed around the world since 2011.

Sue is a registered physiotherapist, a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, the National Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Pelvic Health Group, the International Continence Society, IUGA and a Committee member of the Queensland Branch of the Continence Foundation of Australia. Sue’s ongoing commitment to Continuing Education is important to ensure that the most recent research is being accessed in order to provide the best evidence-based treatment strategies for her patients. Conferences, workshops and journal articles are regularly used to update knowledge and up-skill. She is a passionate advocate for women’s health issues, is active on Instagram and Facebook with respect to these issues and writes a blog on pelvic floor dysfunction, bladder, bowel, prolapse and pelvic pain problems and solutions.

Sue was awarded the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for her services to community health as a physiotherapist in 2023.

Women on Fire Presentation 2021 Biopsychosocial Approach to Managing Persistent Pelvic Pain from the perspective of a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Pelvic Floor Recovery and Exercise

‘Pelvic floor friendly exercising’ is a term that all women need to become familiar with in order to prevent further, unnecessary damage to … read more

Pelvic Pain Strategies

Persistent or Chronic Pelvic Pain causes considerable angst for women (and some men) affecting their quality of life, their ability to work .… read more

Pregnancy and your Pelvic Floor

There is nothing more exciting than being pregnant, but it can quickly become a time when aches and pains, leaks, gaps and bulges in different … read more

Overactive Bladder & Prolapse

The Overactive Bladder (OAB) causes great distress for women (and men) and can be helped by some very ‘easy-to-implement’ strategies … read more

Why Women are at Risk

Women throughout their lifes can have problems with their bladder, bowel and pelvic floor. From childhood, when myths are handed down … read more

Children’s continence

Children can suffer with bladder and bowel issues. In our time-pressed lives, difficulties in these areas can cause significant stress… read more

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