Top 10 similar words or synonyms for kegel

craniosacral    0.668151

kutrgen    0.651455

pilates    0.641735

motivative    0.636019

biofeedback    0.624340

reflexology    0.623361

physiotherapy    0.622026

rehabilitative    0.618617

neurofeedback    0.617009

physiotherapeutic    0.611824

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for kegel

Article Example
Emanuel Kegel Kegel was initially music director in Neustadt bei Coburg, then in Gera. He is primarily remembered as the teacher of Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel who was his pupil at Gera from 1703 to 1707.
Kegel exercise Pelvic floor exercise, also known as Kegel exercise, consists of repeatedly contracting and relaxing the muscles that form part of the pelvic floor, now sometimes colloquially referred to as the "Kegel muscles". The exercise needs to be performed multiple times each day, for several minutes at a time, for one to three months, to begin to have an effect.
Kegel exercise Several tools exist to help with these exercises, although various studies debate the relative effectiveness of different tools versus traditional exercises.
Kegel exercise A paper found that pelvic floor exercises could help restore erectile function in men with erectile dysfunction. There are said to be significant benefits for the problem of premature ejaculation from having more muscular control of the pelvis.
Kegel exercise The original pelvic toning device was the perineometer, invented by Arnold Kegel to facilitate the measurement of the strength of the pubococcygeus muscle when it was resting and being actively squeezed—sometimes referred to as the Kegel tone.
Kegel exercise Clinical trials of a progressive resistance vaginal exerciser concluded that the device was as effective as supervised pelvic floor muscle training, the gold standard treatment of the UK NHS where patients are referred to a specialist continence advisor for one on one training over a three-month period. The report also noted that the device can help overcome the fundamental weaknesses associated with pelvic floor muscle exercises (PFME), i.e. poor training, lack of patient confidence and poor compliance with the exercise recommendations.
Herbert Kegel Herbert Kegel (29 July 1920 – 20 November 1990) was a German conductor.
Arnold Kegel was an American gynecologist who invented the Kegel perineometer (an instrument for measuring the strength of voluntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles) and Kegel exercises (squeezing of the muscles of the pelvic floor) as non-surgical treatment of "genital relaxation". Today pelvic floor exercises are widely held as first-line treatment for urinary stress incontinence and female genital prolapse, with evidence supporting its use from systematic reviews of randomized trials in the Cochrane Library amongst others. Kegel first published his ideas in 1948. He was Assistant Professor of Gynecology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.
Kegel exercise Pelvic floor exercise is the recommended first-line conservative treatment for women with urinary incontinence of the stress, urge, or mixed types. There is tentative evidence that biofeedback may give added benefit when used with pelvic floor muscle training.
Kegel exercise After a prostatectomy there is no clear evidence that teaching pelvic floor exercises alters the risk of urinary incontinence (leakage of urine).