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Practice Leadership Podcast- Julie Wiebe PT

Practice Leadership Podcast-Julie Wiebe, PT

Honored to be a guest on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast with hosts and Movers and Mentors editors, Tim Reynolds, PT, DPT and Bryan Guzski, PT, DPT. We covered pushing pelvic health, and the physical therapy profession as a whole, toward more progressive programming. Being adaptable, and the link between failure and learning. More importantly,...

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Running without leaking

Stop Leaks with Running: Build a Targeted Program

Kegels Don’t seem to stop leaks with running. What gives? Asking for a friend. Short answer: They aren’t enough. Long Answer: Read on. One Size Does Not Fit All (Activities) Many female runners have tried Kegels without success. Here’s the deal, a one muscle solution will not meet the complex needs of an activity like...

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Safe Exercises for Prolapse

Weight Training and Prolapse-is it OK?

Weight training and prolapse-is it OK? Asking for a friend. Short Answer: Yes. Long answer: keep reading. A No-No? Heavy weight training activities like CrossFit© are often No-No’s in the conversation around pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Many women are advised to avoid these strenuous loads during pregnancy and beyond due to a potential for POP....

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Safe Exercises for Prolapse

Which Ab Exercises are Safe for Prolapse?

Q: Which Ab exercises are safe for prolapse? Asking for a friend. A: Short answer: It depends. Long Answer: Keep Reading. The Long Answer I wish I had a magic formula, but there isn’t one! Any exercise can be a bugger to prolapse or support it. Over-focus on exercises that target the abdomen may not...

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Running and Prolapse

Strategies for Return to Running with Prolapse

Let’s talk about return to running with prolapse! Activities with high impact forces can be tricky in the presence of a pelvic organ prolapse. We want to limit those forces and prepare for them as we recover from a pregnancy. However, integrating strategies to keep those forces inside the tolerance of the active (muscle) and...

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