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Physiotherapy and painful sex - Research report with Dr. Mélanie Morin

Dr. Mélanie Morin, P.T., Ph.D., joins the podcast today to talk about her latest research project Randomized controlled trial of multimodal physiotherapy treatment compared to overnight lidocaine in women suffering from provoked vestibulodynia. Click on it to find the article. Essentially, what can physio do for women with pain during sex, how well does it work and how can we implement this into our practice...or if you are a person with painful sex, what you may expect from a physio in this area (and why you should see one!). She is a physiotherapist specialised in pelvic floor dysfunction and currently an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University

UR-Choice: Predicting risk of pelvic floor dysfunction with Prof. Don Wilson, Dr. Kellie Tathem and

Prof. Don Wilson is a Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago in New Zealand, as well as a Consultant Urogynaecologist at Dunedin and Mercy Hospitals. He is heavily involved in research (just click on the link above with his name!) and was involved in the creation of UR-Choice: a risk calculator to help predict possible future pelvic floor dysfunction in pregnant women based on several major risk factors (2014 research article link here). Joining us to discuss clinical experiences and professional thoughts surrounding the use of this tool is Dr. Kellie Tathem, an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Associate lecturer at The University of Qu

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