Here is our first episode!! Fiona Rogers explains some of the women's health products she sells in her online business called Pelvic Floor Exercise.
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In this episode #001, our very first interview episode, we were blessed to have Fiona Rogers join us. Not only is she an established pelvic floor physiotherapist in Queensland, Australia, she integrates this with her sports physiotherapy background and co-owns one of the leading pelvic floor product online distribution store. She shares her clincial tips on some of the top products she sells, as well as gives us insight into her new upcoming business venture in hosting educational courses for physiotherapists.
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Links mentioned in the show (click on them to be directed to that link):
Frawley, et al. "Reliability of pelvic floor muscle strength assessment using different test positions and tools."
Shaw, et al. "Effects of walking speeds and carrying techniques on intra-abdominal pressure in women."
Shaw, et al. "Intra-abdominal pressures during activity in women using an intra-vaginal pressure transducer.
Poppy Trial - "Individualised pelvic floor muscle training in women with pelvic organ prolapse (POPPY): a multicentre randomised controlled trial