Short in duration for maximum impact and accessibility, these tidbit Tuesdays will hopefully give clinicians some ideas to try as well as discuss in the pelvic health world.
Today's podcast, I talk about test-retest. This is a passion of mine because it has changed my practice significantly. Being able to test the cues we use in function, not just a pelvic floor or core contraction is a useful tool.
So the "test" is the automatic sequence that the patient currently does. How are their symptoms? You can monitor internally or externally. THEN you give your cue for the pelvic floor or core and "retest". Ideally the best cue is the one that leads to the best results without bearing down on the pelvic floor or poor motor patterns.
So sit back, enjoy the podcast, and give one of these clinical tidbits a go!
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So Antony came up with a great idea! Small, bite-size podcasts on practical or useful information you can test out or use in your clinical reasoning straight away.
We are hoping to keep these segments 10 minutes or less and have them out every Tuesday. The tips will come from ourselves, as well as from the amazing experts we interview.
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