What's Normal in Intimacy with psychologist and neuroscientist Dr. Melissa Farmer and physio Dr.
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Now working at All Women's Health!!!
Dr. Melissa Farmer is an Assistant Professor in the Physiology Department of the Northwestern University School of Medicine in Chicago. She is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist, who loves the study of pain and decipher unexplained pain, as well as the emotions that underlie the chronic pain experience. Dr. Sandy Hilton is co-hosting today! Today's episode we discuss so much stuff! I couldn't cut it down anymore and at times it can be heavy (at least for me) and as al
Pessary use in Physiotherapy with Dr. Patricia Neumann, PhD, FACP
Patricia Neumann, PhD, FACP, is a Specialist Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2010. She has a clinical and research interest in pelvic floor dysfunction, including incontinence, particularly post-prostatectomy incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and chronic pelvic pain. Trish was awarded a PhD from UniSA in 2006 and she has an ongoing association with the Centre of Allied Health Evidence (iCAHE) as an adj
Pre and Postnatal Coaching Certification with Girls Gone Strong
Don't roll your eyes. This new, upcoming, online certification program for Pre and Postnatal Coaching for any health and fitness professional is set to blow all of our socks off on September 5th, 2017 (click that underlined title to bring you to the link for the pre-sale list). And I am not getting a penny out of promoting this (you should all know me by now). This course has so many brains behind it...health professionals from all over the world, including two of Australia's
Basics of Reading Research with physiotherapist Dr. Sandy Hilton
Dr. Sandy Hilton is baaaccck! Again! If you have not heard of her before, go back to episodes 4, 19, 25 and I am sure I am missing some. She has discussed pelvic pain, men's health, transgender health and much more. Her business partner, Sarah Haag, was not with us in this episode but graces us with her appearance in some other older episodes. Sandy co-hosts her own podcast, Pain Science & Sensibility, where they pick apart research in the world of pain and give practical tip
Endometriosis with physiotherapist Michelle Lyons
Michelle Lyons finally graces the podcast and lends us great information regarding endometriosis. She discusses what it is, what are the symptoms, how it's treated and the role that physiotherapy plays in helping young girls and women who have this condition. Michelle Lyons is a chartered physiotherapist, specialising in integrative women’s health. Her clinical toolbox includes over two decades in pelvic health physiotherapy, yoga, pilates, nutrition, health coaching and mind
The bigger picture in assessing pelvic floor problems with physiotherapist Dr. Judith Thompson
Dr. Judith Thompson, PhD FACP, is a Specialist Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist in Perth, Western Australia. She joins me in this episode to discuss how she came to study and treat the pelvic floor within a system rather than independently. She gives us insight on how she uses real time ultrasound to assess pelvic floor problems and the relationship of pelvic floor muscles to IAP. We discussed her background in research on IAP and advice on whether women should d
Balls and Cones: Weights for pelvic floor muscles with Fiona Rogers
Physiotherapist, Fiona Rogers is back! She was our very first interview on The Pelvic Health Podcast and her company, Pelvic Floor Exercise, is our podcast sponsor at present. Go back to episode #1 and listen if you haven't already! Today she joins me to discuss specific types of vaginal weights used in rehabilitation of some pelvic floor dysfunctions. No, we are not talking surfboard, olympic-style vaginal weightlifting! There are quite a few misconceptions surrounding these
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