In this episode, We interview Sandy Hilton and Sarah Haag about challenging beliefs about exercise in pelvic dysfunctions. There are a lot of myths and beliefs so we *begin* to start unpacking this topic...there is so much to this topic that I really think we need to have them back on the show to get deeper and deeper into this topic - it is a favourite passion of mine!
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The Physio Detective is back on board...but he is actually sitting in Chicago with our lovely ladies we interviewed. JEALOUS!!!
We are graciously joined by Sandy Hilton and Sarah Haag of Entropy Physio. They give us insight into their ideas around integrating yoga into patients with pelvic floor dysfunctions and pelvic pain, as well as thoughts around "controversial" exercises and guidelines. They also discuss their recent adventures into organizing and providing outstanding continuing education with leading experts in all fields of physiotherapy out of their Chicago clinic. All information about these upcoming seminars can be found on their website using the links below.
Unfortunately, my editing skills were tested when my software program spat the dummy in the last 10 minutes. So instead of attempting to start all over again, you will notice some of my words are cut off in the end. At least it was my voice and not any of the info Antony, Sandy or Sarah had to share.
I don't doubt we will have these two back on.
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Links mentioned in the show (click on them to be directed to that link):
Magic Mike XXL (for those wanting to do some more "study" on men's health...wink wink)