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Getting Started Video and PDF Guide

Welcome to your Cooch Ball "Getting Started" Experience!

Here are your Video Instructions and PDF Guide

Cooch Ball Instructions

Step 1: Getting Started With Your Cooch Ball

Step 2: Ladies, Get To Know Your Pelvic Floor

Step 3: Cooch How To Instructions

Cooch Ball Tone Class

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The Cooch Ball Science

Why Use The Coochball?


Jana Danielson
Inventor: Cooch & Gooch Balls
Founder: Lead Pilates & Lead Integrated Health Therapies
Founder: Metta District Online Studio

The Cooch Ball Science

Email: info@mettadistrict.com


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Studies that Inspired the Cooch Ball

The creation of the Cooch Ball was inspired by the following research studies and articles.

Vaginal balls: Therapeutic Function
Miriam Abdel Karim Ruiz
Cultura de los Cuidados, 01 January 2015, Issue 40, pp. 93-98

Prevent Incontinence with Pelvic Floor Muscle Workout
White, Nancy
Toronto Star, June 21, 2012, p.L.1

Exercising control for better health; Gynecologist says his system of pelvic-strengthening moves can treat incontinence
Ellis, Erin
The Vancouver Sun, Feb 21, 2013, p.A.9

Pelvic floor muscle motor unit recruitment: Kegels vs specialized movement
Crawford, Bruce
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, April 2016, Vol.214(4), pp.S468-S468

What is the evidence regarding specific methods of pelvic floor exercise for a patient with urinary stress incontinence and mild anterior vaginal wall prolapse
Kimberly Fisher, PT, MPT, Lisa Riolo, PT, PhD, NCS
Physical Therapy, VOlume 84, Issue 8, 1 August 2004, Pages 744-753,
Published: 01 August 2004

Evaluation and Treatment of Dyspareunia
Source; Obstetrics & Gynecology [0029-7844]
Steege, John
Yr:2009 vol:113 iss:5 pg:1124-1136

Erectile Dysfunction in Hypertensive Men: Sleep-Related Erections, Penile Blood Flow and Musculovasular Events
Source: The Journal of Urology [0022-5347] Karacan yr: 1989
Vol: 142 iss:1 pg;56-61