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Episode 27 – Mary Wood and Traci Belyk on Hypopressives

On this episode of The Pelvic Health Podcast, we are joined by Mary Wood and Traci Belyk to discuss Hypopressives.   Hypopressives are a controversial topic because of the claims made by some who practice it. We thought we would start by asking some physiotherapists who are well-regarded to try sort the fact from fiction. Anyway, sit back and enjoy the podcast - please leave your comments or questions below as Sandy and Sarah themselves will answer any questions you have. Make sure you subscribe to The Pelvic Health Podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud or Stitcher. Use the contact form on this page to let us know what topics you would like to hear more on please! Below the podcast are Lori's blog notes from here...

Episode 26 – TBT Stacey Harris on Squats

What are some of the most common squat problems you see? What should you be looking for? What cues should you give? On this Tidbit Tuesday, Stacey Harris, CrossFit Level 3 Trainer and Educator takes us through some quick tips on squats. Anyway, sit back and enjoy the podcast - please leave your comments or questions below as Sandy and Sarah themselves will answer any questions you have. Make sure you subscribe to The Pelvic Health Podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud or Stitcher. Use the contact form on this page to let us know what topics you would like to hear more on please!

Episode 25 – Sandy Hilton and Sarah Haag on Men’s Health Issues

On this episode of The Pelvic Health Podcast, we are joined again by Sandy Hilton and Sarah Haag to discuss Men's health issues. Men's health issues are a significant problem and often not discussed despite how prevalent they are. Much can be done for men's health issues...men need to know about this so something can be done about it!   Anyway, sit back and enjoy the podcast - please leave your comments or questions below as Sandy and Sarah themselves will answer any questions you have. Make sure you subscribe to The Pelvic Health Podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud or Stitcher. Use the contact form on this page to let us know what topics you would like to hear more on please! Below the podcast are Lori's blog notes from here...

Episode 24 – Stacey Harris on CrossFit Basics

  On this episode of The Pelvic Health Podcast, we are joined by Stacey Harris, a CrossFit Level 3 Trainer, Dietitian and co-owner of The Chief Life. Stacey is one of the instructors who educated me when I did my CrossFit Level 1 certification and I was impressed by her dedication to pure technique, safety and educating people about "Mechanics, Consistency, Intensity". Therefore, it was great to have Stacey on the show to discuss the basics of CrossFit and hopefully we can delve deeper into the topics affecting Pelvic Health in the future! Anyway, sit back and enjoy the podcast - please leave your comments or questions below as Stacey herself will answer any questions you have. Make sure you subscribe to The Pelvic Health Podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud or Stitcher. Use the contact form on this page to let us know what topics you would like to hear more on please! Below the podcast are Lori's blog notes from here...

Episode 23 – TBT – Antony and Lori on The Pelvic Health Podcast – Perineum Proprioception In Exercise

In this Tidbit Tuesday, Antony shares a clinical experience and we discuss thoughts on using perineum proprioception in exercise. Remember, this is one individual. Each of us is different and what we discuss may not be appropriate for certain people. Anyway, sit back and enjoy the podcast - please leave your comments or questions below as Antony and Lori will answer any questions you have. Make sure you subscribe to The Pelvic Health Podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud or Stitcher. Use the contact form on this page to let us know what topics you would like to hear more on please!

Episode 22 – TBT – Sandy Hilton on The Pelvic Health Podcast – Selective Pelvic Floor Relaxation?

In this Tidbit Tuesday, Sandy Hilton takes us through some selective relaxation and pelvic floor cueing. Anyway, sit back and enjoy the podcast - please leave your comments or questions below as Sandy herself will answer any questions you have. Make sure you subscribe to The Pelvic Health Podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud or Stitcher. Use the contact form on this page to let us know what topics you would like to hear more on please!

Episode 21 – Antony and Lori on The Pelvic Health Podcast – How Much Pelvic Floor Contraction?

On this episode of The Pelvic Health Podcast, Lori and Antony start of by discussing a patient that Antony saw recently which then went into a discussion about the pelvic floor, the knack (or preparatory contraction) and how best to help women do what they want to do with respect with lifting weights, running, etc. We had a great time discussing clinical examples, personal examples, the research as well as having our usual good fun. Anyway, sit back and enjoy the podcast - please leave your comments or questions below as Shelly herself will answer any questions you have. Make sure you subscribe to The Pelvic Health Podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud or Stitcher. Use the contact form on this page to let us know what topics you would like to hear more on please!

Transgender Health – The Pelvic Health Podcast Tidbit Tuesday – Sandy Hilton

In today's podcast, Sandy Hilton from Entropy Physio (Chicago, USA) joins Lori (in Brisbane, Australia) and Antony (Sydney, Australia). Sandy tells us about her experience with transgender health. This TBT provoked lots of interesting questions about this issue...we hope you find this podcast interesting! Pudendal nerve pain in men changing to women > women changing to men, which can be neovaginal pain or rectal pain, and how to learn how to appreciate touch that is pleasurable. Even thinking about how the whole perineum is remodelled in a transition...and then remapping where touch is not painful, actually pleasant and then where you really like - a classic graded exposure approach. Sandy also discusses the cultural implications for transgender patients including providers refusing treatment or  other challenges faces this population. Sandy then gives us some pointers on what to think about in terms of communication with doctors, what information to ask for and what issues might need to be addressed - we also need more information on what is actually happening in the surgeries and the different types of surgeries out there. Do you see transgender patients? Please comment below with any of your insights. [ADDIT] - The "I" in LGBTIQ is "Intersex" - we apologise for our ignorance of this fact...but that's why we do the podcast - to learn! So grab your favourite beverage, sit back, enjoy the podcast, and give these clinical tidbits a go - let us know what you think of it in the comments section below! Below the... Read More
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