Squeezy – the NHS Physiotherapy App for Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises | Best Apps and Games 21 March,2018

Squeezy – the NHS Physiotherapy App for Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises

Now supports Apple Watch! Use Squeezy directly on your Apple Watch, complete your exercises and save them to your phone.

Squeezy has been designed by chartered physiotherapists specialising in Women’s Health working in the NHS. It is suitable for all women who want to do pelvic floor muscle exercises (or Kegel exercises). The app is particularly aimed at women who are seeing a specialist physiotherapist for problems connected to their bladder, bowels or pelvic floor muscles as it can be tailored to a specific exercise programme and set to remind you when to do your exercises. It is simple to use, discreet, informative and has helpful visual and audio prompts to support your exercise programme plus it maintains a record of the number of exercises you have completed.

Squeezy has been reviewed and approved by the NHS Choices health apps library team for its clinical safety, and was a runner up in the finals of the Advancing Healthcare Awards 2014.



iPhone 6 Plus

•Apple Watch support! Be extra discrete, squeeze from your watch
•Customisable exercise plan
•“Professional mode” to help physiotherapists set detailed exercise plans for patients
•Visual, and audio guides for exercises

iPad Air 3

•Information and tips written by professional Women’s Health physiotherapists
•Track and monitor your progress
•Write a short note after a completed exercise
•Simple and clear interface

Update for Apple Watch App. Interface slightly changed.

Please hold your finger on the device if you don’t want the watch to go to sleep. The Play button now turns into a hold button where you can rest your finger while you do your exercises.

Change to sleep mode, returning from sleep mode would not instantly update the screen, you would have to wait for a step change (e.g. squeeze to relax). Now the interface updates upon return.

Small fix for reminder issues some people were experiencing in certain countries.

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