Julie Wiebe, PT has over eighteen years of clinical experience in both Sports Medicine and Women’s Health. Her passion is to revolutionize the mainstream perception of the pelvic floor. She pursues this through innovative education, rehabilitation and return to fitness/sport programs that promote pelvic floor/diaphragm integration into exercise and manual therapy programs. Julie shares her evidence-based approach through one-on-one care, community seminars, professional continuing education programs worldwide, online professional mentoring and webinars. Course participants have successfully integrated the pelvic floor into programming for a variety of patient populations including sports medicine, orthopedics, women’s health, pediatrics and adult neuro.
February 3rd 2015
Recently, I was asked a few questions by Lorraine Scapens of PregnancyExercise that grew into a three part blog series. I wanted to share some highlights. This exerpt is a question I get a lot about excessive abdominal pressure caused by certain exercise that could contribute to pelvic health issues. My answer may surprise you.read article