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Can pelvic infections be caused by periodontitis? Katrina reviews a fascinating case, don't miss it! Resources:More Fast Facts: https://www.ataleoftwohygienists.com/fast-facts/ Katrina Sanders Website: https://www.katrinasanders.com Katrina Sanders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedentalwinegenist/ Tian, C., Yan, H., Tang, P., Shi, J., Liang, M., Wan, Y., ... & Qin, C. (2023). Pelvic infection caused by periodontitis: A case report. Case Reports in Women's Health, e00563.
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be considered to ask your question on the show. Mind Pump Fit Tip: Why Big Food wants you to eat less protein. (1:53) Why is Sal cutting ALL artificial sweeteners? (13:42) Justin's Christmas tree fiasco. (16:36) The Di Stefano's chaotic family gathering. (28:48) Changing traditions. (41:22) Inflation is still here. (46:05) Justin's hamstring snafu. (53:42) Shout out to Mind Pump's Cyber Monday Special! (59:02) #ListenerLive question #1 - For someone who works out early in the morning, is it better to feed your body the day before with the higher calories, or better to feed after your workout? (1:00:08) #ListenerLive question #2 - Any advice on how to fix my anterior pelvic tilt? (1:09:01) #ListenerLive question #3 - Suggestions for ways to bust through a plateau on a specific lift? (1:17:38) #ListenerLive question #4 – An update with a former live caller, Rachel Laber (Ep. 2106), and her online coach, Christina Hathaway. (1:25:32) Related Links/Products Mentioned CYBER MONDAY SPECIAL: ALL MAPS Fitness Products & Bundles 60% off! **Promo code CYBERMONDAY at checkout** (Code expires Friday, Dec. 1st) Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: email@example.com Visit Paleo Valley for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! ** LAST DAY for Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals! Up to 35% OFF + FREE GIFT! ** Visit Vuori Clothing for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Calgon Bath Powder Commercial--"Calgon, Take Me Away!" (1978) Visit ZBiotics for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! ** Promo code MINDPUMP23 at checkout for 15% off your first order! ** McDonald's Prices Mind Pump #2125: Heal Like Wolverine: BPC 157 With Dr. William Seeds Visit Entera Skincare for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! ** Promo code MPM at checkout for 10% off their order or 10% off their first month of a subscribe-and-save. ** How to Undulate Your Calories for Faster Weight Loss & an Improved Metabolism – Mind Pump TV Mind Pump #2160: Macro Counting Master Class Mind Pump #1952: How To Bulk The Right Way FIX LOWER BACK PAIN By Deactivating Your Hip Flexors! | Mind Pump How To Do A Barbell Hip Thrust The RIGHT Way! (FIX THIS!!!) The Active Plank- An 6-Pack Building Powerhouse - YouTube Mind Pump #1630: Ten Ways To Break Through A Plateau How to Break Through a Squat Plateau – Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump #2106: How Gaining Weight Can Help You Get Leaner, What To Do If Your Gym Gains Have Stalled, Ways To Overcome An Unhealthy Relationship With Exercise & More (Listener Live Coaching) Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Christina Hathaway (@mindsetofmattercoaching) Instagram
Get Lindsey's 9 page OTs Map to the World of Pelvic Health.Meet Lindsey on the OTs for Pelvic Health Facebook Group!Check Out More OT Pelvic Health Content here.The first ever Trauma-Informed Pelvic Health Certification by Lindsey + LaraFind Lindsey on IG! @functionalpelvisOT Pioneers opens for enrollment on Jan 15-19, 2024 Introducing Pelvic OTPs United -- Lindsey's new off-line interactive community! Inside Pelvic OTPs United you'll find: Weekly group mentoring calls with me. I'm doing this exclusively inside this community. These aren't your boring old Zoom calls where I'm a talking head. We interact, we coach, we learn from each other. The power of these community calls is staggering. Plus, I've got a lineup of experts coming in you don't to miss (see the P.S.). Highly curated forums. The worst is when you post a question on FB just to have it drowned out with 10 other questions that follow it. So, I've got dedicated forums on different populations, different diagnosis, different topics (including business). Hop it, post your specific question, and get the expert advice you need. Private podcast. Miss a group coaching call? Not a problem, the audio is uploaded to a private podcast so you can listen on the go. Turn your commute into a transformativeMore info here. I would love support you in this quiet corner off social media!
This birth story today is with Carissa, a first time mum to a 6 month old boy. Carissa shares her journey of becoming a mother. Trying to fall pregnant naturally for almost 2 years with two early losses; then seeing a fertility specialist who helped her fall pregnant. Fast forward to pregnancy; Carissa was sick with mild HG from week 8 to birth. Carissa tested positive to GDM at 18 weeks, and ended up having to be induced due to multiple reduced movements. Carissa describes an 'amazing birth with zero issues'. Postpartum, Carissa was diagnosed with postpartum depression and anxiety at 4 months postpartum. Even though becoming a mother was something she had wanted for so, so long, she reports it has been a journey with multiple difficult moments. And as Carissa describes, "It's all been worth it. Every single bad moment. Completely worth it".LINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmamaCarrisa's Instagram and Tiktok handles are @carissa_mcholmeCarissa's small biz is: www.tlcbody.com.auHuge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
Pelvic floor issues post-pregnancy and birth are all too common. Whether it's related to more sedentary lifestyles, assisted births, or epigentics is not known, but it does not have to be accepted. Jenn Lormand EP and Christina Walsh PT all about stopping the acceptance that a little leaking is normal, and empowering women to take control of their own bodies. No weird devices, meds or surgery needed, they created a home PT program, proven to be effective by a 3 year study at the University of New Orleans. In this recording Christina talks with Katie Oshita about what is normal (hint- ever leaking pee is NOT), how to prevent problems and how to advocate for yourself. Listen in to hear more about how women can take control of their bodies and stop painful or embarrassing issues. ***Coupon code KTLC50 for $50 off the home program- share with anyone in need of support***Podcast Guest: A New Orleans mama of two living with pelvic floor issues, Christina is a Physical Therapist specializing in Integrative Manual Therapy and the co-creator of Tighten Your Tinkler. Christina and her cofounder Jenn Lormand have a combined 36 years of experience supporting postpartum women holistically through prolapse, diastasis recti, and more. Their proprietary protocol helps women solve pelvic floor problems WITHOUT kegels or internal vaginal devices from the comfort of their own homes. Christina's mission is to free more mamas from embarrassing pee leaks, chronic back/hip pain, and painful sex and, in doing so, help them to restore their dignity, functional strength, and trust in their own bodies.Podcast host: Katie Oshita, RN, BSN, IBCLC has over 22 years of experience working in Maternal-Infant Medicine. Katie is a telehealth lactation consultant believing that clients anywhere in the world deserve the best care possible for their needs. Being an expert on TOTs, Katie helps families everywhere navigate breastfeeding struggles, especially when related to tongue tie or low supply. Katie is also passionate about finding the root cause of symptoms, using Functional Medicine practices to help client not just survive, but truly thrive. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or www.cuddlesandmilk.com
This simple trick which is sometimes difficult to implement, will help support you to have an amazing postnatal recovery and feel amazing inside/out.LINKS:Telehealth with Physio KathPreparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmama** This podcast has general information only. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health or medical condition.
In this episode, Oni Blecher speaks with Ruth Schubert. Ruth is a physiotherapist for 20 years. She Schubert is inspired to help her clients lead a beautiful life. She believes in building resilience through developing a strong body and calm mind. Throughout her career, Ruth realised her passion in caring for women, and her own pregnancy and recovery found her fascinated with Women's Pelvic Health. She has a specialist interest in pelvic pain, pelvic floor dysfunction and working with pre and post-natal women. She has undertaken extensive post-graduate training in the treatment of Women's pelvic health and has completed a professional certificate in pelvic organ Prolapse management through UniSa and Pinc cancer rehabilitation certification. Along with her extensive clinical knowledge, Ruth takes a holistic approach to assessing and treating her patients, incorporating education, manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and mindfulness. Her unique ability to treat the internal and external pelvic structures has led to outstanding results and a loyal client base.Find Ruth here: @exhale_physiotherapywww.exhalephysio.com.auFind PBB Media here @pbb_media www.pbbmedia.org
Cindy Barshop, the founder of Vspot Medi Spa—and a Real Housewives of New York alumna—is here to share important information about all the treatments and services available to improve women's sex lives. In this intimate (and sometimes hilarious) conversation, which originally aired in 2019, we're talking about the O-Shot, the FemiLift laser, labiaplasty, intimate skin lightening, vaginal tightening, help for incontinence and pelvic floor issues, anal bleaching, and more.Products mentioned in this episode: shopmy.us/collections/302832Episode recap with links: fatmascara.com/blog/cindy-barshopSponsor links & discount codes: fatmascara.com/sponsorsPrivate Facebook Group: Fat Mascara Raising a WandSocial media: @fatmascara, @jessicamatlin, @jenn_editSubmit a "Raise A Wand" product recommendation and be featured on the show: email email@example.com or leave a voicemail at 646-481-8182 Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/fatmascara. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's episode, I'm talking with special guest, Dr. Yeni. As a holistic pelvic physical therapist, Dr. Yeni has seen firsthand the power of pelvic PT in optimizing fertility. The amazing impact of PT on PCOS and fertility can frequently be overlooked, but along with lifestyle changes, it can produce incredible results! In our conversation, we dive into: How Dr. Yeni got involved in PT The difference between PT and Pelvic PT How Pelvic PT can support fertility cycles What therapies are used in PT for infertility How many sessions are needed, on average, to see improvement A deep dive into endometriosis with Pelvic PT How PT can help women with PCOS How to use holistic tools realistically in a stressful world Some ‘controversial' thoughts on kegels The role of PT in working with uterine prolapses How Pelvic PT can impact postpartum recovery, including Diastasis Recti and C-Section incision management How soon after labor you can see a Pelvic PT PT's role in return to function for women after postpartum -- More about Dr. Yeni: Dr. Oluwayeni Abraham, PT, DPT, is a vivacious and forward-thinking pelvic physical therapist and pelvic educator based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She practices and teaches from a place of purpose to address the fertility concerns, pelvic pain and pregnancy related conditions women struggle with. As patients fondly call her, “Dr. Yeni” is also a mentor, teacher and practices using gynovisceral manipulation techniques to treat and manage female mechanical infertility. Her use of these skills in practice has addressed hormonal issues, ovulatory concerns and numerous reproductive diagnoses impacting fertility. Dr. Yeni is formidable woman and hails as a proud first-gen Nigerian. She is a fertility warrior who is now a mother after a battle with infertility. She is happily married with a wonderful son, passionate about mentoring young women and aiming to provide expert level care for all women. Instagram Website -- Join my mailing list Book a discovery call Fullscript Supplement Dispensary
Demi is a paediatric physio and mother of 2 and shares her pregnancy journey, birth story and recovery journey of her 2nd little baby boy.Demi discusses her VBAC (vaginal birth after caesarean birth), including how she prepared for birth (and how this was different with her first baby born via caesarean section).Demi also talks us through her birth story and recovery journey, and shares her experience with the differences (and similarities) with birthing via caesarean versus vaginal birth.I trust you will love this story with Demi!LINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmamaPrevious episode with Demi [Preventing Flat Head Syndrome in Babies]: https://www.fitnestmama.com/podcast/preventing-and-managing-flat-head-syndrome-in-babies-with-the-baby-physio-demi/** This podcast has general information only. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health or medical condition. Huge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
Not many people have been told about the value of pelvic floor health. Dr. Katherine Pace is here to tell you why it's so important. Visit HavenPelvic.com to learn more and take their quiz! www.instagram.com/pelvichaven
This week on the Electric Rodeo we might just have the most important episode of the season… It's our pelvic floor health episode. I've got one, you've got one, we've all got one and there is a lot to learn about how to look after it to prevent problems like sexual pain, prolapse and bladder leakage. We are talking to Caitlin Fris (@thevaginaphysio), she's a physiotherapist who specialises in pelvic floor physio treating a wide range of pelvic floor dysfunctions in men and women. And she seriously knows her stuff when it comes to the pelvic floor! So, grab a pen and paper ready because you are going to want to take notes for this one! Use code RODEO10 to get 10% off your order at Adulttoymegastore. What to expect from the episode? Pelvic floor 101: what it is, how it works, why it's so important! The sort of issues that may be connected to your pelvic floor. The role the pelvic floor plays in sexual function. Discussing issues for all genders – it's not just women who experience issues with their pelvic floor. Additional Resources Caitlin's Instagram: @thevaginaphysio Book in with Caitlin: Unity Studios Learn more about bumpers: ATMS TV Check out dilators, kegel balls & bumpers here: Dilators & Sexual Wellness Follow us to stay up to date with how they get on with their bucket lists! Don't forgive to give us a 5 star rating if you loved this episode
The pelvic examination is a standard component of the annual gynecologic visit despite limited evidence supporting its utility. Pelvic examinations can be a source of discomfort and anxiety for some patients seeking routine health care, whereas, for others, they can offer reassurance. In 2018, the ACOG released CO 754 on "The Utility of and Indications for Routine Pelvic Examination". What does the AAFP, ACP, and ACOG say about "routine" pelvic examinations in low-risk, nonpregnant, and asymptomatic women? Why do they say what they do? In this episode, we will summarize a new publication from Obstetrics & Gynecology which was just released yesterday (November 9, 2023) which validates these professional societies' guidelines/stances.
Hey Beautiful!In today's episode I dive into a topic that so many women are familiar with; pelvic pain.There are many different types of pelvic pain, some requiring medical attention, but for women seeking a holistic approach, The Taoist Jade Egg Practice may be the solution you've been looking for.Pelvic pain was a big wake up call for me. It was my own journey with pelvic pain and other issues that kicked me onto the pleasure path over 20 years ago. My quest to heal led me on a journey of reclaiming my Sacred Feminine and introduced me to mind/body/spirit holistic practices that really worked for me.Here I go deep into the specifics of how The Jade Egg Practice can help heal pelvic pain of many kinds.Let's dive in!Want to dive deeper?Join the waitlist for The Vital Goddess Mastermind hereLearn more about my mastermind program The Vital Goddess Mastermind hereLearn more about my breathwork membership Shakti Core Breathwork Journeys here
Today I discuss example birth plans with Dr Hugh Porter.Dr Hugh Porter is a highly skilled obstetrician with a passion for both low and high risk pregnancies. Dr Porter is happy to provide: natural birth, waterbirth, Calmbirth®, VBAC (vaginal birth after caesarean section), Elective caesarean section, Maternal assisted caesarean section, Induction of labour and Twin birth (vaginal or caesarean). He is also a competent laparoscopic surgeon and colposcopist.]In today's episode we discuss:What is a birth plan?How important is it to develop a birth plan?What are some different birthing options to consider?What are some things to consider in a birth plan?Pain reliefPositioningFetal monitoringVaginal / cervical examsForceps versus ventouseEmergency caesarean versus forcepsWhen things aren't progressingSharing your birth planWhen things don't go according to planLINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmamaDr Hugh Porter's website: https://sydneybabies.com.au/Dr Hugh Porter's Instagram: @drhughporter** This podcast has general information only. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health or medical condition. Huge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
Today's episode discusses pregnancy and birth after birth trauma. I am speaking with Dr Rosie Pajak who is a Perinatal Clinical Psychologist with many years experience supporting families after birth trauma. Rosie recognised how isolating a distressing birth experience can be and set up the Birth Healing Collective to bring parents together to heal. Her beautiful Birth Healing Program supports parents to process difficult birth experiences and shares tools to help them move forward feeling lighter, stronger and more confident.In today's episode we discuss:- what is a traumatic birth?- what is the recovery process after a traumatic birth?- challenges when giving birth again after trauma.- useful tips and tricks to help with the recovery journey.Please note, this episode does discuss birth trauma, please do discuss any concerns with your healthcare provider, and see below for some resources below.** This podcast has general information only. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health or medical condition. LINKS:https://panda.org.au/https://www.beyondblue.org.au/Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmamaPrevious episode with Dr Rosie Pajak: https://www.fitnestmama.com/podcast/birth-trauma-we-need-to-talk-about-it/Rosie's Instagram: @birth_healing_collectiveRosie's Website: www.thebirthhealingcollective.com/better-birthFree guide : 5 ways to prepare for your next birth: www.thebirthhealingcollective.com/prepareHuge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
In this interview we take a tour with pelvic floor physical therapist and dive into the pelvic floor and it's important role in contributing to sexual pain and sexual pleasure. Discover how and why women and men may experience pain with intercourse and how to overcome it, why a strong pelvic floor is essential for stellar orgasms, and one simple practice to ensure you have a rock star pelvic floor for life. Dr. Rebecka Childs is a Pelvic health Physical Therapist who works at Origin Physical therapy in San Antonio Texas. She specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, including pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy/postpartum, and bowel and bladder dysfunction. Dr. Childs has a passion for empowering individuals through education and connecting them to their pelvic floors through her holistic approach. Learn more about Dr. Childs and Origin Physical Therapy at https://www.theoriginway.com/ and on Instagram at @dr.rebeckadpt and @theoriginway
In this episode, we meet one doctor who is tackling gender health disparities through pelvic floor physical therapy. Then, we learn why the rollout for driverless cars has hit a speed bump. We'll hear from SF City Attorney David Chiu about his push to rein in robo-taxis. And, a reading from Berkeley author Jen Lumanlan.
Caring for your pelvic floor and perineum after a vaginal birth.If you've been listening to me for awhile, you will know that everything I do is helping you to be proactive, it is helping you to protect yourself from unwanted issues.It's about being on the front foot, rather than being reactive and treating things AFTER they've occurred.So thus, this episode today is to help your pelvic floor and perineum feel better after birth, and these strategies today are really for those first few days after birth.So hopefully you are pregnant listening to this, or if you aren't in those early few days, this will be helpful for any future births.Whether you've had perineal tears, or you are just feeling a little tender, or if you want to help your pelvic floor and perineal area with recovery as much as possible, these tips are for you, enjoy!Today's Sponsor: BodyIce. Enter code FITNEST for 20% off entire range (excluding some books and bundles)LINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmama** This podcast has general information only. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health or medical condition.
The Wise-Anderson Protocol significantly reduces symptoms of chronic pelvic pain syndrome in a majority of those who practice it (study) (including pelvic floor dysfunction, including pelvic floor dysfunction, prostatitis/cpps, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, prostatodynia, levator ani syndrome, pudendal neuralgia, pelvic floor hypertonia, paradoxical puborectalis syndrome, coccydynia)
Enjoy this beautiful story where Rachael shares her pregnancy journey, birth story and postpartum recovery journey.Rachael shares her story about being a 1st time mum (with a previous miscarriage), vaginal birth, morphine, strep B birth story and postpartum recovery.Rachael shares the fact that she had a positive birth story and recovery, despite a few hiccups along the way.Would you like to share your birth story? Complete this form HERE.LINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteHuge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
Join Dr. Allison and Dr. Riley in their recorded online masterclass focused on postpartum wellness. Dr. Allison shares invaluable knowledge on safely returning to your favorite activities after childbirth, emphasizing the importance of core and pelvic floor health. Discover the importance of core engagement, breathing techniques, and their profound impact on pelvic floor strength. Learn why Kegels are not the solution and explore the full range of motion of the pelvic floor. But that's not all – listen to firsthand experiences from three special guests who generously share their personal journeys with pelvic floor health at Body Motion Physical Therapy. Get ready to feel empowered, informed, and equipped to embark on your postpartum wellness journey with confidence!
Join Professor Michael Solomon, Dr Kilian Brown and Dr Jacob Waller from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia, for this special four part series on pelvic exenteration surgery for locally advanced and recurrent rectal cancer. Learn about these ultra-radical procedures which go beyond the traditional TME planes that we learn during surgical training, and into all compartments of the pelvis. Episode 2 outlines the radical technical approaches to anteriorly invasive tumours, including en bloc cystectomy, perineal urethrectomy, inter-labial vaginectomy and radical pubic bone resections. Each episode in this series features a different international guest surgeon. In episode 2, the RPA team are joined by Dr Paul Sutton from The Christie Hospital, Manchester, UK. Technical videos: Solomon MJ, Däster S, Loizides S, Sutton P, Brown KGM, Austin KKS, Lee PJ. Access to the anterior pelvic compartment in pelvic exenteration in women-the interlabial approach: video vignette. Br J Surg. 2021 Aug 19;108(8):e268-e269. doi: 10.1093/bjs/znab127. Solomon MJ, Alahmadi R, Lee PJ, Austin KKS. En bloc partial pubic bone excision with complete soft tissue pelvic exenteration. Br J Surg. 2022 Jun 14;109(7):640-641. doi: 10.1093/bjs/znac122. PMID: 35485605. References: Solomon MJ, Austin KK, Masya L, Lee P. Pubic Bone Excision and Perineal Urethrectomy for Radical Anterior Compartment Excision During Pelvic Exenteration. Dis Colon Rectum. 2015 Nov;58(11):1114-9. doi: 10.1097/DCR.0000000000000479. Check our more high-yield colorectal surgery content from Behind the Knife.
Today I speak with Carina O'Brien from Working Mumma, about returning to work after having a baby.Carina is the mum of 2 boys, a fur baby and angle baby. She is the founder of Working Mumma and also has a corporate role as Head of Strategy.She founded Working Mumma to support, provide community and inspiration to women in being able to thrive having a career whilst being a mum.In today's episode we discuss:Tips for returning to work after having a babyWhat are the challenges women faced with returning to work?How does someone know if they are ready to return to work postpartum?Balancing the mental load, motherhood and returning to work.Enjoy!LINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmamahttps://workingmumma.com.au/Carina's Instagram @workingmummacommunity** This podcast has general information only. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health or medical condition. Huge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
In today's episode, I chat to comedian Celia Pacquola about her pregnancy and birth experience. Motherhood was never a top priority for Celia but when she met her partner, it only took a few months for them to conceive. She chose continuity of care with a private obstetrician, used hypnotism to recover from her phobia of needles and opted for an induction at 39 weeks. She's frank about the challenges of breastfeeding, the stigma of formula feeding and her postpartum anxiety which was exacerbated by everything she didn't know about motherhood.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Professor Michael Solomon, Dr Kilian Brown and Dr Jacob Waller from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia, for this special four part series on pelvic exenteration surgery for locally advanced and recurrent rectal cancer. Learn about these ultra-radical procedures which go beyond the traditional TME planes, that we learn during surgical training, and into all compartments of the pelvis. Episode 1 provides listeners with an overview of the principles of exenteration surgery and preoperative patient assessment and selection. Each episode in this series features a different international guest surgeon. In episode 2, the RPA team are joined by Dr Elaine Burns from St Mark's Hospital, London, UK. References and further reading: -Burns EM, Quyn A; Lexicon Collaboration of UKPEN and the ACPGBI Advanced Cancer subcommittee. The 'Pelvic exenteration lexicon': Creating a common language for complex pelvic cancer surgery. Colorectal Dis. 2023 May;25(5):888-896. doi: 10.1111/codi.16476. -Brown KGM, Solomon MJ. Decision making, treatment planning and technical considerations in patients undergoing surgery for locally recurrent rectal cancer. Seminars in Colon and Rectal Surgery. 2020;31(3):100764 -van Kessel CS, Solomon MJ. Understanding the Philosophy, Anatomy, and Surgery of the Extra-TME Plane of Locally Advanced and Locally Recurrent Rectal Cancer; Single Institution Experience with International Benchmarking. Cancers. 2022 Oct 15;14(20):5058. doi: 10.3390/cancers14205058 -PelvEx Collaborative. Contemporary Management of Locally Advanced and Recurrent Rectal Cancer: Views from the PelvEx Collaborative. Cancers (Basel). 2022 Feb 24;14(5):1161. doi: 10.3390/cancers14051161 Check out more high-yield colorectal surgery content from Behind the Knife: https://behindtheknife.org/podcast-category/colorectal/
Today I chat to a new mum, Emily who is 34 years old, and an Australian living in UK with her husband and daughter Edith, born April 2023.Emily shares her positive story about the birth of her daughter, however it wasn't without its complications including induction, high blood pressure and an instrumental birth. Emily developed a prolapse at 4 weeks postpartum and for her that became a big part of her journey into motherhood.LINKS:Telehealth with Physio KathPreparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmama** This podcast has general information only. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health or medical condition. Huge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
Pelvic floor health and pelvic floor therapy are just starting to be understood as having immense benefits for treating infertility and improving reproductive health, as we learn in this enlightening and fun episode with Dr. Sujata Martin, MS OT and owner of Pelvic Soul. She and Elana get into the fascinating ways pelvic floor therapists with specialized training can provide fertility support and improve fertility treatment outcomes for patients, how you can even do a little basic pelvic floor work on yourself, and the importance and effectiveness of combining western and eastern treatment modalities in modern medicine.
If you're a physiotherapist working in pelvic health, if you struggle to navigate the biopsychosocial influences to pain and offer the most empowering care to your patients, you'll want to tune into this episode!Surabhi interviews Teresa Waser, physiotherapist, educator, clinic owner and mom, as we explore the TIIPPSS-FC framework for Reframing Pain, Pelvic Health, and Performance. We start with the Biopsychosocial Approach, discuss psychosocial influences on pain including asking the right questions on intake forms. We discuss the importance of experiential learning for patients. Teresa shares her journey into pelvic health, highlighting the pelvic floor's vital role. We touch on Diastasis Recti, addressing disordered eating, and the challenges of perfectionism in physiotherapy. Plus, we share exciting updates about upcoming courses and delve into self-care and pessary fitting for pelvic health. .We discuss:—TIIPPSS-FC framework for Reframing Pain, Pelvic Health and Performance—What is the Biopsychosocial Approach?—Addressing psychosocial influences to pain and symptoms as a physiotherapist—Intake Forms and Screening Questionnaires to include—Using experiential learning to show patients how they can move with less symptoms—Teresa's journey into pelvic health—Pelvic floor being the missing link in physiotherapy—Factors to consider in Diastasis Recti & Postpartum Recovery—Addressing Disordered Eating as a Physiotherapist—Balancing motherhood, business ownership and teaching—Perfectionism in Physiotherapy and Letting it Be Enough—TIIPPSS-FC Live-Online Course in October 2023 and in-person course in Ireland in March 2024 (links to register below)—Self-Care as a Mom & Business Owner—Pessary fitting for pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.Today's episode is sponsored by Embodia https://www.embodiaapp.com/ - use code momstrength to save $20 off your first month's Tier 3 membership..Bio for Teresa Waser:Teresa Waser is a passionate educator driven to help healthcare and fitness professionals reignite their curiosity, challenge what they believe, and strive towards a truly biopsychosocial approach. She teaches online and in person courses, is a pelvic health and orthopedic physiotherapist, and owns RX Physiotherapy in Leduc, Canada. She is a former running & CrossFit coach and while she stepped away from group coaching a few years ago, she still works with clients in a 1 on 1 basis. Teresa is also a mom of 3, including a set of twins. She loves traveling, horseback riding, and lifting heavy-ish barbells repeatedly..Connect with Teresa & Important Links:—https://www.facebook.com/teresa.graysonwaser—https://www.facebook.com/rxphysiotherapy—https://www.instagram.com/rxphysio/ .Courses: —TIIPPSS-FC: Reframing our Approach to Pain, Pelvic Health and Performance Live online, Oct 21 & 22, 2x4hr sessions, plus 2hr recorded research review, hosted by Reframe Rehab, only $249CAD https://reframerehab.com/products/tiippss-fc-reframing-our-approach-to-pain-pelvic-health-and-performance-north-america-may-6—Beyond the Pelvis: Live online, Nov 4, 8hr course, extremely practical, Hosted by Pelvic Health Solutions, only $199CAD https://courses.pelvichealthsolutions.ca/products/beyond-the-pelvis-exercise-for-the-whole-body-and-the-everyday-person-online-november-2023 —TIIPPSS-FC Masterclass in Cork Ireland, March 23 & 24 Live in person, 2x8hr, plus 2hr recorded research review https://rxphysio.ck.page/products/tiippss-fc-masterclass-cork-ireland .Connect with Surabhi:—Find Surabhi on Instagram or Facebook @thepassionatephysio—Website: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca
Today I chat with Nutritionist Alana Bonnemann about nutrition and losing weight after birth. We discuss tips to help get to your feel-good weight range after birth, and tips to help maximise nutrition after birth.Today we discuss:Postpartum depletionHow lacking certain nutrients can impact overall health and wellnessHow to get to feel-good weight range after birthTips for nutrition after birthAnd so much more.Alana Bonnemann is a naturopath, nutritionist, podcast host and mother.Her work is dedicated to helping mothers regain energy and get to a feel good weight to reflect a body they are proud, confident and comfortable in.With over a decade in the health industry, she understand the long game of good health, daily practices with a sustainable approach.Enjoy!LINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmamaAlana's website: https://alanabonnemann.com/resourcesAlana's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/naturopath.alanaPrevious episode discussed about postpartum depletion: https://www.fitnestmama.com/podcast/postnatal-depletion/Huge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
My guests for this epsiode are: Dana Soloman, Lisa Loveless, Carolinne Bradley and Jessica Ekberg. This is part of a 3 part series. Here's a link to the other episodes:Episode 1Resources mentioned in this episode:Doug Vestal of Freedom of Practice. His course to help OTPs start their private pay practice's is called, "Private Pay MBA."The first ever Trauma-Informed Pelvic Health Certification by Lindsey + LaraPelvic OTPs United -- Lindsey's new off-line community!Get Lindsey's 9 page OTs Map to the World of Pelvic Health.Meet Lindsey on the OTs for Pelvic Health Facebook Group!Bios of my GuestsJessica Ekberg of the The Pelvic ConnectionIG @jessekbergpelvicfloor Facebook: The Pelvic Connection She has been an OT for 23 years, and have worked in almost every setting all over the country. She discovered Pelvic floor therapy through her own issues specifically after her daughter was born trying to get back to running and started getting plantar fasciitis, knee and low back pain. Ironically enough, she has been peeing her pants since She was in her20's. She is now a proud former pants pee'er! However once she started my deep dive, she fell in love with PFT, it made changes in me that she had not expected and the best part is that it is a whole body approach. She admits the field can be difficult to feel confident in a times but it's just such a perfect fit for OT. She now has my own business which allows her to take a little more time to evaluate patients. She constantly learning and adapting her evaluations/sessions to meet the needs of her clients. Lisa Loveless of Next Level Therapy Where to find her on social media:FacebookIGEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org for 1:1 online mentoring. She is the cofounder of Next Level Therapy and, outside of our Medicare caseload, she is a primarily a cash based, private, outpatient practice. Next Level Therapy was stablished 4.5 years ago and we currently have 3 practice locations. At her clinic, they treat all genders. After working for big clinic systems and working in rehab director positions, she went back to pure treatment with focus on pelvic floor and am loving every minute of it. Her patient interventions are strongly manual based while focusing holistically on every patient. After years of personal fertility issues, her pride and joy arrived and she is now 20 years old. Her daughter is the reason that one of her passions include working with women struggling with their own fertility. In her free time, you can find her either on my bike, lifting weights, or training for a marathon.Carolinne Bradley of Probility Physical Therapy Where to find her on social mediaCarolinne Bradley via facebook or instagram As people like to say She is “All the things” and lifelong learner- she is an
Today I chat with Jodie, a mum of 3 under 3, having had identical twin boys just 4 weeks ago.In this episode, Jodie shares:her journey to becoming pregnant after miscarriagepregnancy with identical twin boysthe decisions that helped her to choose to have her vaginal birth inductionher breastfeeding challenges with twins,life as a mum of twins and a toddler.To listen to Jodie's previous birth story with baby Harry, who had a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), click here: https://www.fitnestmama.com/podcast/spilling-the-milk-with-jodie/LINKS:Preparing for birth Pelvic health checklistFree 7 Day Trial Pregnancy WorkoutsFree 7 Day Trial Postnatal WorkoutsFitNest Mama WebsiteInstagram @fitnestmamaHuge Black Friday sale with up to 40% off selected styles Thursday 23rd November to Monday 27th November. https://au.storksak.com/
In this episode, Erica and Susan welcome Julia Rosenthal to the mic. Julia is a physical therapist in NYC. She brings a complex case of a postpartum patient of hers who has symptoms of urinary incontinence as well as other bowel and bladder issues that were made worse after giving birth. The patient is a personal trainer and used to high-load exercise, so the need to get back to this is strong. She also has complaints of abdominal bloating along with occasional musculoskeletal pain with CKC lower extremity work. This discussion is rich in treatment interventions for Julia's patient- from nutritional strategies to hormonal interventions to specific exercises the patient can do while feeling like she is loading her system in the necessary ways. Erica and Susan also discuss the importance of the thorax and its relationship to the pelvis and how best to balance these 2 regions of the body. A glance at this episode: [2:13] Pelvic floor and orthopedic physical therapy for a postpartum woman with GI issues and fecal smearing [9:50] Postpartum bladder issues and musculoskeletal complaints [17:33] Thyroid issues and autoimmune disorders [21:36] Assessment and intervention for a patient with chronic constipation and pelvic floor dysfunction [27:36] Patient's pelvic floor mobility and lifestyle changes [33:06] Abdominal issues and breathing patterns [38:01] Managing IBS symptoms through breathing exercises and mindful eating [44:02] Using Nerva app for mental health [47:31] Exercises for a pregnant woman with thoracic issues [53:27] Addressing a personal trainer's physical and mental health issues [1:00:01] Patient care and therapy approaches. Related links: Tough To Treat Website Erica's Course: Decoding the Complex Patient Susan's Pelvic Health Education Subscription Access the Transcript Julia Rosenthal Website Julia Rosenthal IG
Your period is your superpower!Let's dive into all things menstruation! From debunking the myth that painful periods are 'normal' to embracing the magic of your menstrual cycle, I'll guide you through better period health. Learn about primary and secondary dysmenorrhea, tackle the shame and stigma surrounding periods, and discover how to treat your menstrual cycle like a cherished friend. Explore remedies and approaches to alleviate PMS and menstrual pain.Dive deep into the connection between your beliefs and pain perception, and prepare your period toolkit to thrive throughout your entire cycle. From medications to nutrition, cravings to TENS machines, acupuncture to massages, and the choice of menstrual wear, I've got you covered. Uncover the benefits of nature time, exercise, orgasms, and learning to ask for help. Explore stress management techniques, including the wonders of pelvic physiotherapy. Discover the importance of self-care, mindfulness, and movement throughout your menstrual phases, and understand that women's health is not a one-size-fits-all concept. ..15 things to have in your period toolkit1. Medications for PMS2. Nutrition for menstrual health (fats, seeds, proteins, carbs), reduce caffeine and drink adequate water3. TENS machine for period pain (not an affiliate link, just a suggestion)4. Acupuncture for menstrual pain5. Massage for abdominal or pelvic pain6. Change your menstrual wear aka “feminine hygiene” eg try cup, tampon, period underwear, pads7. Breathe, Meditation and mindfulness – be where your feet are8. Yoga: Asana, pranayama and yoga nidra9. Plan ahead for different phases of menstrual cycle, look at calendar for next 4-5 weeks and plan more self-care and less stress in luteal/pre-menstrual phase. Women are not small men10. Nature time11. Movement – relaxation stretches, isometric exercises, ab exercises, glute med exercises, jogging, pelvic floor exercises, aerobic exercise, stretching – 8-12 weeks participation eg in my BASE fitness membership12. Orgasms, snuggling and being taken care of13. Do less and ask for help14. Stress management15. Pelvic physiotherapy.Today's episode is sponsored by Embodia https://www.embodiaapp.com/ - use code momstrength to save $20 off your first month's Tier 3 membership..Helpful Links:Helpful Links:—Strength and mobility workouts to support your menstrual health: sign up for my BASE fitness monthly membership—Pelvic physiotherapy (virtual or in-person in Toronto) to manage period pain and menstrual symptoms—Mom Strength Episode 33: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) with Dr. Whitney Baxter—TENS machine from Ortho Canada (not an affiliate link, just a suggestion).Connect with Surabhi:—Find Surabhi on Instagram or Facebook @thepassionatephysio—Website: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca
Pelvic floor PT in midlife. Are kegels where it's at? Becky Allen, PT, DPT, Founder & CEO of Genesis PT & Wellness join us to share her passion for high quality, specialized pelvic floor therapy. Genesis PT & Wellness . . . **This is not medical advice, just medical education. Please ask your doctor medical questions as they pertain to your specific situation. Educational purposes only. Dr. Carolyn Moyers, DO is a board certified OBGYN and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine physician, and founder of Sky Women's Health, a boutique practice in Fort Worth, Texas. COME SAY HI!!! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skywomenshealth https://www.instagram.com/thepregnancypaindoc Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skywomenshealth Email: email@example.com Sky Women's Health: Https://www.skywomenshealth.com 1125 S Henderson St, Fort Worth, TX 76104 To become a patient: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-915-9803. Listen to the SKY WOMEN PODCAST here: ITUNES: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sky-women/id1541657642 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/79VnnWYtGJwlB7NrjBck7o?si=qWXpiBtPSS6OVOt0ki8EiQ . . . Thank you for being a part of the Sky Women's Health community. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skywomen/message
Arielle is a doctor of physical therapy, yoga teacher, and certified pre and postnatal coach turned postpartum wellness coach after having her 2 children. Arielle supports new moms through their postpartum journey so they can have more energy, and feel strong and confident. In this episode, you will hear about: Arielle's path to wellness How unhealthy bounce-back culture IS Arielle's biggest postpartum challenges Pelvic floor therapy Am I doing enough? Planning postpartum support (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual) Five-Minute Journal Breathwork Connect with Arielle: Website: findyourwaymama.com Instagram: @ariellemartone Free Course: Exhausted to Energized without Sleep Training Free eGuide: Take Care Down There: Pelvic Recovery 101 Full disclosure: I may earn a small commission from items recommended in my Amazon store. It costs you nothing extra!
Today's podcast features Irving “Boo” Schexnayder. Boo is regarded internationally as one of the leading authorities in training design. As co-founder of SAC, he brings 42 years of experience in the coaching and consulting fields to the organization. He is most noted for his 18-year term on the LSU Track and Field staff and has coached 18 Olympians and 7 Olympic/World Championship medalists. Boo has also been very active in the consulting field, working in NFL player development and combine prep and consulting for individuals, high school programs, collegiate programs, professional sports teams, and several foreign NGBs in the areas of training design, jump improvement, speed training, rehabilitations, and specialized programs. He is a routine podcast guest and a listener favorite on topics of athletic development. Boo has greatly influenced my view of training and human performance. He is one of my favorite guests and is an incredible teacher who has a skill for taking complicated ideas and putting them in perspective for coaches to use in a straightforward manner. On today's podcast, Boo and I talk about proprioception in light of complex training, problems with obsession with drills versus high-speed, whole athletic movement teaching, reflexive leg action in jumping and sprinting, pelvic and lumbar mechanics in running, Olympic lifting thoughts, and much more. Today's episode is brought to you by Lost Empire Herbs, TeamBuildr and the Plyomat. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. To try Pine Pollen for free (just pay for shipping), head to: justflypinepollen.com. The Plyomat is a functional, intuitive, and affordable contact mat for jump and plyometric training and testing. Check out the Plyomat at www.plyomat.net TeamBuildr is an online software for coaches and trainers. I've continued to hear great things about the Teambuildr platform, and whether you are looking for an in-house training portal or an online training hub, be sure to check out Teambuildr training software. For 15% off of Exogen Wearable resistance, follow this link to lilateam.com or use code: jfs2023 at checkout. View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points 2:41 – Where contrast works its way onto the track, and the nature of a “complicated” training stimulus 9:59 – The nature of proprioception as a key training variable 18:58 – Boo's take on the work of Giles Cometti and Jean Pierre Egger, and coaching creativity 23:35 – Boo's take on drills versus doing the entire skill 36:31 – What Boo considers to be the basics, or fundamentals that is taught, versus things that are up to the athlete 41:56 – Favorite setups in speed work, such as plyometric contrast 45:29 – Thoughts on reflexive action of the swing leg coming down towards the ground, versus forcing it down 54:55 – Pelvic mechanics, and the “center” of where speed is produced in athletics 1:02:07 – Heavy wave-loading and potentiation with Olympic lifts specifically 1:04:07 – Boo's take on Olympic weightlifting in light of track and field, as well as team sports Boo Schexnayder Quotes “A lot of these contrast methods, what they do is play proprioceptive games… and as a result of that you get a complicated training environment, and a certain sharpness, and adaptation comes as a result” “Variety in practice improves transfer to the test, yet variety in practice often decreases the level of practice performance, so what I'm saying is that mixing these things up is likely to make them struggle in the practice environment, but when you put them (out in competition) it all gels and they shine” “I don't think complexes are good or applicable at all times of the year; because sometimes they are at such a high level from a proprioceptive and complexity standpoint that they are out of reach at certain times of the year.
What happens when the goal is not just to reduce pain or remedy a pelvic health "disorder", but actually to prioritize pleasure?What if it was possible to actually feel safe in your body, to listen to yourself, to gently ease into what authentically feels good for you... one step at a time.It's tremendously easy to feel shame around any kind of health challenge, but somehow even easier to feel shame around the pain or dysfunction that shows up in our pelvis.I mean, who wants to talk about not being able to hold their pee in, or how they haven't been able to have sex without pain (or a trauma response) for years - maybe ever.It's not the kind of stuff we share freely with our friends, and may not even share it with our partners. Pelvic health OT Laura Rowan helps clients to feel less pain and more pleasure in their pelvis and throughout their lives. It's not just about the pelvic organs, or sex, or pain.Through manual therapies, vagus nerve stimulation practices, breathwork, vocalization, educating her clients on their own anatomy and more, she integrates a diverse tapestry of modalities to create a truly integrative approach to sexual and pelvic health. You'll hear all about these and more in today's episode. Listen to learn:how occupational therapists approach pelvic "dysfunction" differentlywhat pelvic health imbalances can feel and look likewhy the root cause may have nothing to do with your pelvisthe importance of the nervous system in pelvic healthhow breathing & vocalization can pay a role in pelvic healingwhy reducing pain should not be the ONLY goalhow to enhance your sexual pleasure (one step at a time)ways to gain confidence in your sexual experiencewhy "communication is lubrication"Resources:Today's shownotes: Get all the resources + links Laura shares about hereEpisode 19: Pelvic health & liberation w/ Chaya Leia AronsonEpisode 39: The practice of pleasure w/ Usha RoseEpisode 52: Beyond aphrodisiacs - herbs to enhance pleasureEpisode 61: Pelvic wisdom w/ Dr Emily WilsonEpisode 64: Vagus nerve + sexual arousal If you loved this episode, share it with a friend, or take a screenshot and share on social media and tag me @herbalwombwisdom. And if you love this podcast, leave a rating & write a review! It's really helpful to get the show to more amazing humans like you. ❤️DISCLAIMER: This podcast is for educational purposes only, I am not providing any medical advice, I am not a medical practitioner, I'm an herbalist and in the US, there is no path to licensure for herbalists, so my role is as an herbal educator. Please do your own research and consult your healthcare provider for any personal health concerns.
"I don't pee my pants, so why would I need to go to pelvic floor therapy?" This is was I thought just one short year ago, yet little did I know that the pain in my back & the weakness still in my core 8 months postpartum was due to pelvic floor dysfunction. In today's episode, I talk with Dr. Julie Haake, DPT. She specializes in pelvic floor physical therapy and will help you better understand WHAT the pelvic floor is, WHY it's important for moms to seek out pelvic floor physical therapy, WHEN it's ideal for moms to seek out treatment, and so much more! Put your thinking caps on and get ready to learn about your body! And don't forget that just because something is COMMON does NOT mean it is normal! HEADS UP, MAMA: We are talking female anatomy, so don't be caught off guard by any terms if you usually listen in the car with your kids. Pelvic floor health shouldn't be taboo (and thankfully awareness is growing so much in our generation!), but I respect you and how you parent so wanted you to have that heads up! Connect with Julie! Instagram: @p5wellnessco www.juliehaakedpt.com Subscribe to the Podcast on YouTube! Ready to STAY CONSISTENT? Join the next free Tough Love Mom Consistency Challenge! One habit, one month. Take on the Free Consistency Challenge! Frustrated and falling off the wagon every time you try to lose weight? Ready to simplify your journey so you can finally stay consistent for good? Join Starting Point School! Get tough love texts from me each week to keep you motivated and encouraged! Text "tough love" to 205-809-7300! Are you ready to make this journey SIMPLE so you can stop feeling overwhelmed and START getting disciplined, consistent, and confident? Book your Starting Point Session and let's get you back on track! COMMUNITY: Join The Tough Love Mom Squad on FB! Connect: email@example.com Learn more: thetoughlovemom.com Instagram: @mrslizhenderson
In this episode, I sit down with registered nurse, Kirsten Curruthers who was curious to know ways she can better support her patients who undergo colonoscopy. Here are some of the things we discuss: Common patient symptom patterns Kirsten notices in the colonoscopy clinicAdvice typically given when colonoscopy results are negative How the pelvic floor is related to our gastrointestinal systemHow a pelvic floor physiotherapist can help with stool incontinence or feelings of inadequate emptying after bowel movementsWays pelvic floor physiotherapy can help people suffering with constipationHow constipation and straining can contribute to GI pathologyWays that breathing and abdominal wall function affect bowel function/motilityBenefits that pelvic floor physiotherapy may have for have for those with irritable bowel disorders (crohns, ulcerative colitis) even when in remission.The importance of a biopsychosocial treatment approachKirsten has been a Registered Nurse for 12 years, in a variety of acute care settings, most recently in the Endoscopy Suite at her local hospital. In one of her past lives, she also spent a few years as Personal Trainer, working with Perinatal women, and became passionate about all things pelvic health, as a result of her own diagnosis of Pelvic organ prolapse. Through working with pelvic health physiotherapy, and incorporating the strategies she learned at physio into her personal training practice, she was able to see the value knowledge of how the core functions could help women in all stages of life. This was further compounded when she began working in the Endoscopy suite, as she began to see the connections between pelvic health and colon health and function. This crossover between two worlds allowed Kirsten to see the gap in knowledge between gastroenterology and physiotherapy which sparked her interest into learning more and developing connections. Kirsten believes that education is power when it comes to your health, and strives to share as much knowledge as possible with her patients and peers, and takes every opportunity to share what she has learned, whether that means presentations to colleagues, or sitting down with a patient and making a plan of care that meets their needs.Cheerful AcademyLearn more about the next Pelvic Health Fundamentals cohort here (Starts Jan 2024):www.thecheerfulacademy.comClick on this link for $150 off applied at checkout:Discount linkOr enter code: 150offDiscount code in effect until Dec 15th 2023Thanks for joining me! Here is where you can find out how to work with me: mommyberries.comSupport the show
Look beyond the traditional regional approach of the pelvis and pelvic floor and understand how discovering and addressing dysfunctions of the trigeminal and respiratory system including the voice and heart rate variability can have an impact on pelvic health. HRV is a well-researched indicator of the balance between the Sympathetic and the Parasympathetic nervous systems. The balance has a large impact on the performance of the GI system and can influence pain, motility, and inflammation. Working with Breath, Voice, and HRV can not only predict dysfunction but is an excellent metric to guide interventions in different domains. This 2 part replay of a webinar is designed to expand your current practice through evidence-based and biologically plausible methods of examination and intervention into the thoracic, and cervical systems harnessing the breath and the voice can optimize respiratory mechanics and heart rate variability. A glance at this episode: [1:41] Pelvic floor and breathing patterns [4:12] What is GI dysfunction and why is it so prevalent [5:41] The diaphragm and coughing and sneezing 8:22] The diaphragm needs to match the demands of the activity [10:26] The diaphragm position [12:25] The diaphragm and the chest wall [15:09] How the diaphragm is connected to the regional nerves and inflammation [17:21] Psoas as a trunk muscle vs. hip flexor Related links: Tough To Treat Website Erica's Course: Decoding the Complex Patient Susan's Pelvic Health Education Subscription Access the Transcript
Another VIP episode in the books. Tune into this live podcast where we invited our VIP members to join us and our special guest, Courtney Virden, a pelvic floor expert, for an 'on air' pelvic floor exercise. Courtney educates us on pelvic floor health and teaches listeners how to have a healthy pelvic floor and strong orgasms. 00:04:47 Connect with your pelvic floor. 00:06:09 Pelvic floor exercises are important. 00:12:47 Pelvic floor exercises are important. 00:19:27 Empowerment through pelvic floor workouts. 00:22:05 Pelvic floor health is important. 00:29:11 Listen to your body. 00:34:03 Embrace discomfort for personal growth. 00:38:01 Tap into pelvic floor strength. 00:43:19 Relaxing the pelvic floor is important. 00:51:11 Pelvic floor health is important. One Month Free on the Pelvic Floor App! https://www.pleasurepositiveliving.com/pelvicfloor Stay Connected with Courtney Virden Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/icoremethod/ Get 1 Month Free on Courtney's Pelvic Floor App! https://www.pleasurepositiveliving.com/pelvicfloor Join CLIMAX... The Pleasure Positive Living Membership Community CLIMAX | https://www.pleasurepositiveliving.com/offers/bnooZS3J If you want to be on an episode like this, you can sign up to become a VIP member. Fall in love with yourself, bring your heart's deepest desires to reality, experience the magic of intimacy, and create a fulfilling sex life. Complimentary Pleasure Positive Discovery Call Interested in hopping on to chat with one of us? CLICK HERE to sign up for a time slot. This is your opportunity to get coaching/advice from us, ask a question directly or talk about our Sex & Intimacy Coaching Program. Visit https://calendly.com/pleasurepositive/pleasure-positive-discovery-call to book a time that works best for you. Support the Show Patreon | https://www.patreon.com/ClitTalkConfidential Download our free audio training: The Ultimate NO BS Guide to Self Pleasure & Sexual Intimacy
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 341: Online Learning Pro Tips with Emily Light Description: Online courses, trainings, and memberships are wonderful to improve people's access to educational materials regardless of where they are physically, but becomes up to each individual to complete them on their own. How can we make the most of online learning without becoming overwhelmed? Emily Light shares her tips. Emily is a yoga therapist who specializes in the nervous system and pelvic health. She runs her own private practice where she see clients 1:1 and also offers live stream online classes. Emily has her own membership site with an on-demand library of yoga classes. She is also an active member of Pelvic Health Professionals and has created a schedule to stay on top of the online learning here. Emily shares how she set a learning schedule so that she could actually use the membership full of content that she signed up for. She talks about how she finds time to do her online learning, how she takes notes, and what else makes it easier for her to commit and complete her online learning activities. Emily has some great tips about managing online learning effectively, so if you've ever bought a course or paid for a membership and struggled with finishing it or getting the most out of it, this interview is going to be so useful. Key Takeaways: [1:26] Shannon shares a discount code for an upcoming event by Pelvic Health Professionals and gives a shout out to OfferingTree. [5:01] Shannon introduces her guest for this episode - Emily Light. [6:50] What does Emily do and who does she do it for? [8:38] How does Emily tackle all the material available in Pelvic Health Professionals? [10:49] Emily also references the notes provided in Pelvic Health Professionals to create her own notes. [13:33] Especially with online memberships, the amount of content available to members can feel overwhelming. How does Emily deal with that? [15:26] What are some baby steps yoga teachers can take if they are feeling like there is a lot of information and they don't have much time to consume it? [18:52] What are some of Emily's tips for using her notes about what she's learned in Pelvic Health Professionals to create her own content? [21:45] Shannon and Emily exchange tips on how they manage their online courses and learning platforms. [23:56] Another big aspect of online courses and memberships is the time investment required. How does Emily help her members with time management? [26:57] Shannon and Emily discuss their thoughts about the cadence of emails to members and how often they send emails. [31:04] As a business owner, it is often helpful to have feedback from someone outside the business about what could be improved or changed. [32:10] Shannon pops in to share a special podcast listener coupon code for OfferingTree. [33:58] What has Emily's experience of Pelvic Health Professionals been? [37:34] If you are keen to learn more from Emily, check out her website. [38:47] Emily shares a little about her donation model live stream classes. [42:31] Shannon shares her biggest takeaways from this conversation with Emily. Links: Yoga for Endo and Pelvic Pain 7-Week Online Series with Sarah Garden (Discount Code: Podcast50) Airtable LastPass Webinars with fitness & wellness thought leaders by OfferingTree Webinar: 5 Key Metrics for Success with Kristin Abel Webinar: Turn Your Website Into An Experience with Caitlin Guest Speakers in Pelvic Health Professionals Shannon Crow on Instagram The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook Group Pelvic Health Professionals Gratitude to our Sponsors, OfferingTree and Pelvic Health Professionals. Quotes from this episode: "Writing helps me organize new concepts in my mind." "I definitely saw [the amount of content available] as something I needed to personally create some structure around because otherwise it was going to be untouched." "I am a big fan of scheduling. I have got to get that on my calendar or it is not gonna happen." "I'm skillful at transforming overwhelm into excitement with just a little bit of structure." "It feels really nice to have that personal relationship in an online environment." "I'm learning stuff for clients that aren't pelvic health clients in the Pelvic health professionals."
Summary: In this episode, Diane is joined by Dr. Sarah Tillay, a specialized physical therapist with experience in pelvic health as it relates to women in general. They cover everything from sex pain, struggles with orgasm, and issues with bladder leakage to peeing when you laugh, sneeze, or jump rope. Dr. Tillay also busts some common myths of pelvic organ prolapse and what you can do to prevent it. This conversation will leave you with actionable tips and tricks on how to strengthen (or relax) your pelvic floor depending on your symptoms. Key Takeaways: 03:45 - Meet Dr. Tillay 04:40 - Common symptoms when it comes to pelvic floor health or dysfunction 06:02 - Pain during intercourse? Here's why. 07:00 - Preventative measures you can do to prevent any discomfort or dysfunction 10:00 - What does the pelvic floor entail? 11:50 - Pelvic floor exercises 12:49 - Does it have any relation to vagina elasticity? 14:30 - Why your orgasms don't feel like they used to 17:10 - Best things you can do to tighten your pelvic floor 19:28 - Do this if you have a weak pelvic floor 21:15 - Do men have the same problems? 23:20 - Lesser known symptoms or signs of dysfunction 29:15 - Treatment options if you struggle with weakness around the booty 29:37 - Treatment options if you have trouble with sexual pain & intercourse 32:56 - How to prevent "peeing yourself" during high-impact exercises, sneezing, etc. 33:48 - How to do a proper kegel & how it should feel 37:10 - How long does it take to strengthen the pelvic floor? 41:01 - Biofeedback devices: Should you use them? 45:10 - Pelvic organ prolapse & 2 big myths about it 48:53 - These types of people are more susceptible to pelvic organ prolapse 50:11 - If you're experiencing any symptoms, do this! More About Sarah: Dr. Tillay is a mom of two kids under two and business owner. She specializes in pelvic health and has a passion for helping women work through pregnancy, birth, and beyond as they navigate the changes these transitions bring and manage fitness at all levels. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, watching survival shows with her husband, kayaking, hiking, and hanging out outside with her family. Connect with Sarah: Website: https://flooredpelvichealth.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flooredpelvichealth/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100089669461353 Connect with Diane: GET ON MY E-MAIL NEWSLETTER HERE Instagram: dianeflores_IFBB_Pro YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@dianeflores_ifbb_pro Ask me anything! E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Work with Diane: The Goddess Body Project 12 week program Check out the New Client Offer at Venus Apply to be on our Competition Team HERE Ditch Deprivation 12 week Diet Coaching Program Join the Sensual Dance Movement and feel confident in your skin Get your FREE backstage packing list for competition here Fuel Your Body with the Goods: Try Meal Prep Delivery with FitKitchen Code: Diane10 Try this Energy Shot from Magic Mind - Code: BBRadio Visit Titan Nutrition for the exclusive offer for BossBitch listeners *Promo code BossBitch at check out Visit HiYo for 20% off non-alcoholic beverages HERE Fave Boss Bitch Protein Bars - Built Bars *Use Promo Code: “Diane” at check out Cured Nutrition Code: BossBitch Nutrishop Supplement Shop - Code: BossBitch (free shipping) Dress Up & Show Up Like a Boss Bitch For 15% off your purchase at Toxic Angels Bikinis use Code: Diane Get $10 off Bombshell Sports Wear HERE For 15% off at Pseudo Force Studio Apparel, use Code: BossBitch Salty Savage Fitness Apparel Code: AmandaGlitters
In this episode, we dive into the often overlooked and misunderstood world of male health, exploring the complexities of groin pain, the challenges of taking deep breaths, and the impact on his pelvic girdle pain. The history will give you the answer. This is a complex case with many parts but listening to his story helps you to prioritize which regions of the body you need to rule out. Visceral connections are key to this presentation. Join Susan and Erica as they unravel the potential causes, shed light on some of his drivers, and offer insights to help those facing similar issues. Don't miss this great conversation that aims to bring awareness to a topic that affects both men and women. A glance at this episode: [0:01] Intro to episode and patient [8:41] Why the patient is experiencing paresthesias along with itching [11:15] Breathwork and the visceral driver [15:27] Pelvic floor and the breath [18:12] Assessing hip pain [23:53] A head lift and why it brings on his symptoms [29:52] The effects of decompression on head rotation [32:28] Yoga and the thorax [37:08] Down dog and child's pose [43:11] Finding the driver and the root cause of his problem Related links: Tough To Treat Website Erica's Course: Decoding the Complex Patient Susan's Pelvic Health Education Subscription Access the Transcript
In this episode, Dr. Claudia Catalan and Dr. Lance von Stade discuss: balancing the feminine & masculine while working with women's health and the pelvic floor bringing both of these energies when facilitating a group or working one-on-one with folks and methods & strategies that healing facilitators can use to receive and express energy while serving in practice and in life beyond the office. At the end of the episode, Dr. Lance also fields a question from a KTC community member and DC2B, Jodie Sung, about how to train holding space for someone, both in practice and in communication.
Pelvic floor problems affect an estimated 40 percent of the population. Common symptoms include incontinence, prolapse, premature ejaculation, and irregular bowel movements. Your pelvic floor is a muscular net that supports your bladder, bowels, and in women the uterus. Those muscles can be trained and strengthened just like your biceps - but it's a little more tricky to learn how. On this week's podcast, we meet a physiotherapist who specializes in this area of the body. Listen and learn: How to take charge of your pelvic floor health Whether pee-stop-pee is a safe practice for strengthening Do apps and gizmos actually work? Are they worth it? Will you ever be able to jump on a trampoline or deadlift again? Are medical interventions such as collagen fillers, botox, and surgery effective? Learn more at Clare's Site ABOUT OUR GUEST Clare Bourne is a pelvic health physiotherapist. She works with extremely common but rarely discussed issues such as incontinence and prolapse. She is the author of Strong Foundations: Why Pelvic Health Matters. Like the Show? Leave us a review Check out our YouTube channel Visit www.yogabody.com