November 23, 2018
Dr. Jennifer Kruger is a senior research fellow at The Auckland Bioengineering Institute at The University of Auckland and has been studying various ways to measure intra-vaginal and intra-abdominal pressures (IAP) in order to help women continue to exercise whilst taking care of their pelvic floor. In this episode, she gives us insight into the development of the latest pressure transducer and how it will help women in the future, as well as her thoughts on IAP in exercise.
If you haven't read her research before, here is a Pubmed link to her amazing work:
November 8, 2018
Physiotherapist, Sue Croft, finally joins the podcast to discuss information around pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence surgeries, among other pelvic floor surgeries. Find out how a physiotherapy can help before thinking of surgery, how "watchful waiting" is a treatment option, how physiotherapy can help before you have surgery, immediately after and in the long term. We discuss returning to running after surgery, pessaries, and the latest edition of her new books, which can be found at www.pelvicfloorrecovery.com and her blog at https://suecroftphysiotherapistblog.com/
For her 18-page PDF she has put together, head over to www.loriforner.com and find the podcast episode!