Tags » Kegel Exercises

Best Exercises To Improve Sexual Function

If you suffer from premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction or are unable to reach orgasm, it is important that you achieve a higher level of fitness than you currently have. 242 more words


"The Kegel Fix": A New Twist On An Old Exercise

Andrew Siegel  MD  9/24/2016

I am a urologist with a strong interest in pelvic health, fitness and conditioning. Having first developed a curiosity with in this while in training as a urology resident at the Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, I became captivated with it at the time of my post-graduate fellowship training at UCLA. 1,104 more words

Andrew Siegel MD

Kegel Exercises For Men and Women, Start Them While Young Still

I have been spending a lot of time in the past few months tending to a very dear one at a senior citizen’s home. Old age is painful physically and psychologically. 1,358 more words


The Mystique Of The Pelvic Floor Muscles (PFM)

Andrew Siegel MD 8/27/16

 Note that PFM form floor of the “barrel” of core muscles. Illustration by Ashley Halsey from THE KEGEL FIX: Recharging Female Pelvic, Sexual and Urinary Health… 751 more words

Andrew Siegel MD

Pelvic Floor Issues In Women

Andrew Siegel MD  8/13/16

The pelvic floor muscles (PFM) are integral in maintaining healthy pelvic anatomy and function. When PFM impairments develop, there are typically one or more of five consequences: 951 more words

Andrew Siegel MD

Urethral Bulking Agents: Alternative To Stress Incontinence Surgery

Andrew Siegel MD    8/6/2016

Illustration of bulking agent being injected into urethral tissues to plump up and compress the urethra

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

SUI is a common condition that affects one in three women during their lifetimes, most often young or middle-aged women, although it can happen at any age. 1,097 more words

Andrew Siegel MD

Arnold Kegel’s Device—The Perineometer: Prototype Resistance Device

Andrew Siegel MD 7/23/16

Image above: Arnold Kegel’s perineometer

The pelvic floor muscles and vagina often become traumatized with the process of pregnancy, labor and vaginal delivery.   907 more words

Andrew Siegel MD