Effect of Pilates Training for Urinary Incontinence in Postpartum Mother
Keywords:Pilates training, Kegel`s exercise, Urinary incontinence, Modified Oxford Scale.
Background: This study was designed to inspect the effect of Pilates training for urinary incontinence in postpartum
Purpose: To find the effect of Pilates training for urinary incontinence in postpartum mothers.
Materials and Methods: According to their inclusion and exclusion criteria, 38 subjects were included. Two
groups: the experimental group received Pilates instruction, and the control group underwent kegels exercises.
Kegels exercises are categorized as Group B and Pilates training as Group A. Sample sizes of n=19 for group A and
n=19 for group B make up these groups. The study period was carried on the month of July 2023.
Result: Statistical analysis of quantitative data showed significant differences not only in Pilate’s group but also
in kegels exercise group.
Conclusion: The findings suggest that Pilates training is more beneficial than kegel`s exercise in reducing urinary
incontinence and strengthening pelvic muscles.
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