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Blog Category: Pelvic Floor

Web-Based Treatment for Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence

Three years ago this month I was celebrating my first peer reviewed publication, a telehealth study -“Web Based Treatment for Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence”, in the Oct 2014 issue of the Journal of Urologic Nursing. The study looked at the use of an online course designed for women to independently perform to address their incontinence....

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Q and A: Swimming and Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Q: Do you have any suggestions for swimming with a pelvic organ prolapse.  A:  I really love swimming for my female athletes as they work to recover from prolapse and return to some movement and fitness and get their heart rate up. Generally, the lack of impact makes it a great place for ladies who...

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Pelvic Floor Health and Running: It’s So Much More than Incontinence!

So excited to share this conversation with Another Mother Runner on pelvic health and running. It was such a blast! Got to share lots of ideas to continue to first broaden our definition of what a pelvic health problem is, then link it to common postpartum running inefficiencies that may never have been considered from...

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Fitness is the path

Fitness isn’t just the goal, it’s the path. This was my favorite slide from my recent presentation at the APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting (#APTACSM) with Brianna Battles, BS Kin, MS, CSCS, USAW.  Our topic: bridging the gap between rehab and fitness for female athletes. This message, fitness as the path back to health and return...

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