Evidence for increased tone or overactivity of pelvic floor muscles in pelvic health conditions: A systematic review with physio Dr Rachel Worman
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner, Jo Murdoch, Tam Woods
3w ago
Join us for the fantastic insight into Dr. Rachel Worman's work trying to disentangle the great web of confusion around pelvic floor muscle tone.  Rachel has taken a deep dive into all the research looking into high tone/overactive/hypertonic pelvic floor muscles and its relationship with symptoms, and produced for us all a systematic review. She has been working with the team at the University of Queensland, including Ryan Stafford and Paul Hodges, and recently produced this epic piece of brilliance: "Evidence for pelvic floor muscle increased tone/overactivity in pelvic health condition ..read more
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Vulvability Special Holiday Episode
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner, Jo Murdoch, Tam Woods
1M ago
This is our special holiday episode on vulnerability. One of our fav podcasts, The Imperfects @theimperfectspodcast, do a great segment called “Vulnerabili-tea” and we jumped on this and decided to call ours “Vulva-bility”. Jo, Tam, and I take you on a vulnerability episode where we answer the following questions: If you could tell your younger self some advice, what would it be? What do you want to give, create, be, feel, or share? What things in your past have shaped the way you see things now or go about your life? We also share our own issues with our pelvic floor and how it has shaped som ..read more
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Impact of heavy resistance training on pregnancy and postpartum health outcomes
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner Jo Murdoch Tam Woods
1M ago
Pelvic floor physiotherapist, National level weightlifter, and PhD candidate, Christina Prevett, is here to discuss her recently published journal article titled "Impact of heavy resistance training on pregnancy and postpartum health outcomes", authored by Christina Prevet, Miranda L. Kimber, Lori Forner, Marlize de Vivo, and Margie H. Davenport. LINK TO READ PAPER HERE: https://rdcu.be/cY0e2 This episode she dives into the paper, heavy weightlifting during pregnancy, what is and should be a "valsalva" for weightlifting, and much more.  Join us for a great conversation on a much needed to ..read more
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Olympic athletes can train during pregnancy and return to sport as a mother with Eloise Wellings
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner
2M ago
We are incredibly honoured and privileged to have had the opportunity to chat with Eloise Wellings, who generously shares her incredible story of triumphs and set-backs. Eloise’s story has examples of all health issues facing female athletes, from eating disorders, menstrual dysfunction and RED-s, to pregnancy and exercise and returning to sport post partum.   Eloise Wellings is one of Australia’s most inspiring female athletes. She has been running since she was 10 years old, followed her dreams and competed for Australia in 2 Olympic Games in middle distance running. Eloise has also com ..read more
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Elite athletes: the latest research on pregnancy and postpartum
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner
6M ago
Dr Margie Davenport is an Associate Professor at The University of Alberta where her areas of research including investigating the maternal-fetal transmission of chronic disease and exploring the role of exercise in pregnancy as a preventative strategy in the development of chronic disease. Margie and her team are sure shaking up our thoughts on type and intensity of exercise in pregnancy and reframing our mindset from "can exercise in pregnancy be harmful?" to - "Not participating in exercise in pregnancy IS harmful". Todays’ episode, she joins us to discuss the new exercises guidelines in pr ..read more
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Women in Sport Congress with Dr. Rachel Harris
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner
7M ago
Dr Rachel Harris is a Sport & Medicine Physician, Chief Medical Officer for the Australian Paralympic Team for the Tokyo games, and Chief Medical Officer for the Australian Water Polo Team. She is also the Project Lead for the AIS Female athlete performance and health, menstrual cycle and hormonal contraception project. Oh and an Olympian. Today's episode she joins Jo, Tam and I to discuss the upcoming Women In Sport Congress in Melbourne at the MCG on Aug 17-19, 2022 - a conference not to be missed, with free childcare, sponsored by Brukner & Khan (yep, THE Brukner and Khan from Clini ..read more
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The New Pelvic Health Podcast Gang
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner
7M ago
Yes it's still me, Lori, and yes it's still The Pelvic Health Podcast but I have new friends to hang out with and interview with and chat with and we will have so much more fun to come. Listen up, enjoy the fresh voices, and laugh with us while you get to know a little bit more about us all ..read more
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Postpartum Exercise Adherence Research with Steph Paplinskie
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner
8M ago
Steph Paplinskie is a prenatal and postpartum fitness specialist, strength and conditioning coach, PhD candidate in the Exercise and Pregnancy Lab at Western University and international lecturer. Her research investigates the effects of physical activity and exercise training interventions on pregnant and postpartum women. She also runs her own business StrongHer Fitness and is passionate about sharing the science of pregnancy with moms around the world through Precision Pregnancy.   Please fill out (if you are eligible) and share this link for her current study "Postpartum Physical Acti ..read more
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Pelvic pain and Graded Motor Imagery-ish
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner
11M ago
Today’s episode for is for all you pelvic pain nerds out there. I bring you a brilliant discussion I had with pelvic floor physio, Katie Kelly, on the concepts of graded motor imagery for pelvic pain.  Katie Kelly is a pelvic floor physiotherapist from New Brunswick, Canada. She graduated from the MSc PT program at Dalhousie University in 2010 and has been working with pelvic floor patients for over a decade. She opened her private physiotherapy practice in 2017, and co-opened ReConnect Health Centre, a women’s focused multidisciplinary health clinic in June 2020.  Katie is a guest l ..read more
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Paving the best way forward for the female athlete Upcoming Conference
The Pelvic Health Podcast
by Lori Forner
1y ago
Joelene Murdoch, who is a MSK and women’s health physiotherapist and one of the directors of The Physiotherapy Clinic, joins the podcast to talk about an upcoming conference you are all invited to called Paving the Best way Forward for the Female Athlete taking place in Sydney on May 13, 2022. This conference is for anyone interested in in female athletes, sports physicians, physios, S&C coaches, AEPs, coaches and more. There is the potential for online access at a later date - listen up and stay tuned. Hope to see you there! Details HERE   ..read more
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