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Return to running post-natal guidelines with Tom Goom, Grainne Donnelly and Emma Brockwell

Join these amazing physios to discuss the guidelines on returning to running after having a baby, in which they developed in March 2019 and will continue to improve. Find out why 3 months postnatal/postpregnancy/postpartum is a better cut-off for consideration in returning to running and a summary of their key points. The guidelines are free and available HERE Be sure to download the Podbean app and please consider becoming a patron and supporting the podcast! There is a red button on the Podbean app once in The Pelvic Health Podcast section ("Be a Patron") in which you can tap on to pledge, or use this link. Please note regarding Patron pledges: Donations are listed in USD per month (so $1-

Tips on searching for journal articles

Sandy Hilton from Entropy Physiotherapy joins me to discuss how you should go about finding the information you want and need, specifically those looking for journal articles! Time is precious. Even looking for one small topic or idea requires effort and time...which is hard to come by these days. Before you ask someone what articles or evidence is out there, please make the effort to look first! Be sure to download the Podbean app and please consider becoming a patron and supporting the podcast! There is a red button on the Podbean app once in The Pelvic Health Podcast section ("Be a Patron") in which you can tap on to pledge, or use this link. Please note regarding Patron pledges: Donation

From the archive - Pelvic girdle pain with Prof Peter O'Sullivan

From the archive - the best parts of Peter O'Sullivan. Peter is Professor at Curtin University, School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, Western Australia and works part time as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Bodylogic physiotherapy.He and his team conduct clinical research investigating the life course, underlying mechanisms and targeted management of persistent and disabling musculoskeletal pain disorders. With his team he has developed an integrated person centred management approach for disabling musculoskeletal pain disorders called ‘cognitive functional therapy’.He has published over 200 papers and numerous book chapters with his team in international peer review

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