Endo-App Übungsmodul

Physiotherapie Grundlagen – Beckenboden erleben

Worum geht es?

In diesem Modul geht es darum, den Beckenboden zu entspannen. Dass der Beckenboden sich entspannen kann ist wichtig für seine Funktionen, aber vor allem wichtig bei Endometriose da Beckenbodenverspannungen auch Schmerzen machen können.

Annika Cost – Physiotherapeutin M.Sc.

Annika Cost ist studierte Physiotherapeutin (B.Sc., M.Sc.) und spezialisiert auf Physiotherapie bei Frauen.
Sie ist Mitglied im Deutschen Verband für Physiotherapie und der Global Pelvic Health Alliance.

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  • Tag 1: Endometriose und der Beckenboden
  • Tag 2: Knöcherne Anatomie
  • Tag 3: Beckenboden Anatomie
  • Tag 4: Beckenboden Funktionen
  • Tag 5: Organe des kleinen Beckens
  • Tag 6: Beckenboden anspannen
  • Tag 7: Atmung und der Beckenboden