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Movement, marketing and mindset podcast for FitPros, Physios, Personal Trainers and Pilates instructors who work with clients with pelvic floor dysfunction. If you're using Kegels as your go-to exercise to treat clients with incontinence, prolapse and other pelvic floor disorders, be prepared to have your ears opened as Claire Mockridge, Pelvicpreneur, walks you through her full-body, non-Kegel approach to treating patients, AND helps you with marketing tips to enable you to work the hours y ...
 
Pregnant and overwhelmed with information and how to apply it to yourself? Looking to have an empowered birth experience? New mom and disappointed by the lack of guidance to help you recover? Wanting to learn about how to nurture the only body you will ever have? This podcast is FOR you! I'm a mom of two, an entrepreneur and a physical therapist. As a mom I have experienced the lack of support during pregnancy, birth and postpartum. This is what lead me to further my education and develop a ...
 
This podcast is about muscle-related pelvic pain in men and women. Dr. David Wise, co-author of the groundbreaking book “A Headache in the Pelvic,” discusses the frequent misunderstanding and mistreatment of chronic pelvic syndromes, and the relationship between anxiety and pelvic pain. Dr. Wise, who also co-developed “Wise-Anderson Protocol,” a revolutionary treatment developed at Stanford University, explains how this Protocol focuses on the importance of self-treatment. Hear stories of me ...
 
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In this episode, I sit down with Trish Gipson, a fellow pelvic health physiotherapist with the goal to help you feel more confident with exercise progression postpartum. Here is what we discuss: Are there actually good and bad exercises postpartum? Where to start with exercise postpartum How to approach progression Sign and symptoms to watch for Wh…
 
Ever had a pelvic floor client be told by another expert "Let's wait 6 months, and if your symptoms haven't improved, come back to me" and it's got you thinking that that's somewhat irresponsible behaviour?! Regardless of the condition that say a postnatal client has, simply telling them to WAIT 6 months before lifting their baby in the hope that t…
 
FACT: No one in business ever enjoys raising their prices, and adding even £1 to your clients' course fees/monthly payments can feel like the most agonising experience ever. Aside from more money in the bank, there are MANY benefits to increasing your rates and Claire’s on hand this week to highlight them all to you in this solo episode. If you hav…
 
Have you heard about Instagram's NEW update to their algorithm and aren't impressed? Have you just got a handle on doing carousels for the feed, and now the goal posts have been changed yet again -argh! Are you freaking out because you've heard the algorithm is now heavily weighted towards doing video and Reels and you quite frankly, don't want to …
 
In this episode, I sit down with my friend Kim Daniels who happens to be a labour and delivery nurse. I asked Kim to speak about the most important messages she would like to voice as a nurse to moms planning a hospital birth. Her and her colleagues who also agreed on the topics included! Here is what Kim said about herself: I’m a nurse and mother …
 
In this episode, I sit down with Dr. Sinéad Dufour, a physiotherapist, researcher and associate clinical professor in the faculty of Health Science at McMaster University to discuss how technology is being used to treat incontinence. Technological devices to treat incontinence like Perifit, Elvie, Emsella chair, laser and apps like Tät use convinci…
 
Ever wanted a behind-the-scenes look at what outsourcing is like for a successful entrepreneur? Never really sure whether getting a Virtual Assistant is worth the time, effort and money? Are you fearful of giving someone else access to your financial records and sensitive data? Are you a control freak who would come out in hives at the very thought…
 
I recently sat down with anesthesiologist, Dr. Hardave Gill to ask some of your questions about epidurals. As a physical therapist, my focus is on helping women feel better connected with their body in order to help you feel in control during your birth. Here is what we covered: Is epidural use on the rise? What would make a labouring mom NOT a can…
 
Have you ever stumbled across research to back up both sides of an argument and now you're even more confused than when you first started down the rabbit hole of Google? Do you ever wonder if your own bias or opinion makes you gravitate more towards one type of research over another? Ever wondered why it takes so long for new research to be adopted…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Jeanice Mitchell from MyPFM to discuss: What prolapse actually is and different types Why prolapse is common to experience postpartum Risk factors for prolapse What symptoms you may experience How a physical therapist can help Our goal for this episode is to: Help you understand prolapse and make a plan for manageme…
 
In this episode, I sit down with urologist Dr. Jennifer Locke to discuss: the relationship between the brain, bladder and pelvic floor what the research suggests as the first line of defence for treating overactive bladder how medications may/may not help when is surgery warranted the role of your family doctor, urologist and physiotherapist in tre…
 
Overactive bladder (OAB) is a very common condition involving urinary urgency, with or without incontinence, plus frequency and nocturia. In this episode, urogynaecologist Dr. Kerac Falk joins me to discuss general information on overactive bladder (OAB) with a focus on the medical treatment options - particularly involving recent research he has w…
 
Can you believe that it's June already? How time flies when you're having fun, huh? This week's solo episode from Claire contains a personal and professional update on what the first 6 months of 2021 have entailed for her. Hear actionable tips about slowing down in your business, setting boundaries with clients, and learn how to factor in more self…
 
In this episode, I sit down with fellow pelvic health physiotherapist and new mom Kjersti Malinski shortly after her 2nd c-section. The advice women are given after c-section is usually, “Don’t lift more than your baby and don’t drive”. Our goal for this episode is to help fill it the gaps in information and guidance. Here is what we discuss: What …
 
Annette Cashell, from @movementmakeovers is on a mission to get children moving more and to get more movement (not PE or exercise!) in schools. Maybe you're a parent yourself. Maybe you're concerned about how educating children via Zoom this past year has affected their posture, their eye sight, their pain levels, and just their overall performance…
 
In this episode I sit down with Brittany Klingmann, fellow physiotherapist, CrossFit athlete and level 1 coach, weightlifter and mom. We discuss: Brittany’s top 3 suggestions for pregnancy Learn what to listen and watch for Breathe through exercise Expect gradual deconditioning Brittany’s top 3 suggestions for postpartum Consider how we rehab from …
 
Riina Arund, @riina.arund is a movement professional in Estonia, specialising in giving women with diastasis recti and pelvic floor dysfunction the confidence to move, using a very simplistic "less is more" approach. In this interview, Riina shares her personal journey into becoming a movement teacher, suffering with diastasis recti and hernia hers…
 
In this episode, Malindi and I discuss: The difficulties she had finding postpartum guidance after her first birth in 2017 The symptoms she struggled with after her first was born What she learned and how she applied this to her 2nd postpartum recovery How she has built up to marathon and qualifying for the 2021 Olympics as a mom of 2. Her advice f…
 
There are 2 types of pelvic floor experts and the difference between them depends on your attitude to your clients' goals and the language you use. Have you ever thought about what your role as pelvic floor expert actually is? Have you considered where you, the pelvic floor specialist, fit in the myriad of approaches to pelvic floor dysfunction tha…
 
There is an underlying belief that to address diastasis rectus abdominis, your options are physiotherapy OR surgery and that surgery is the easy way out. I sat down with my surgeon Dr. Arko Demianczuk in this episode to dispel this myth and help listeners understand how physiotherapy and surgery can compliment one another and help you better unders…
 
The International Continence Society Podcast is coming! On behalf of the ICS Institute of Physiotherapy, I had the pleasure of interviewing Professor Paul Hodges for Episode 1 on Balancing Mobility and Stability within the #pelvicfloor and am excited to be able to share some of it here first. This episode on The Pelvic Health Podcast is only half o…
 
Looking for ways to improve your teaching to pelvic floor clients online? Are you finding doing personal training via Zoom is ok, but it's certainly been a bit of an adjustment, and you feel like you could definitely use some help teaching to a screen? Would you like to make the whole process of teaching virtually more streamlined and less stressfu…
 
Pain is a common symptom that people experience. The most common that bring people in to see a pelvic health physio are: bladder pain pelvic pain (SI joint, pubic symphysis, hip) tailbone pain pain with intercourse pain associated with periods pain in the vagina, anus or vulva In this episode we talk about: What pain is and what it is trying to tel…
 
With social media being public, it's likely that you've been attacked online at some point as a business owner (or know someone that has). It's not nice, it's not fair, and sadly it's often women tearing other women down (which is not on!). Which approach is best? It's difficult to know, isn't it? Should you a) give the bully the silent treatment a…
 
In this episode I sit down with a client of mine named Elaine and her midwife, Vanessa. Elaine came to see me during her pregnancy with the goal to be proactive by knowing how to support her changing body during pregnancy, prepare for her birth and understand ways to recover successfully. I will never forget hearing her pride when telling me how sh…
 
Are you embracing the full-body approach to pelvic floor dysfunction, but unsure if you should advise clients to STOP doing the Kegels if a Women's Health Physio or Physical Therapist has prescribed them? Have you ever wondered what would happen if clients STOPPED doing Kegels and find yourself torn to know what the best advice is? Do you want an a…
 
In this episode I sit down with Tamarah Nerreter, a fellow pelvic health physio and mom to 4, all born via c-section. Our goals were to help expecting moms understand: Cesearan birth isn’t “the easy way out” Cesearn birth is not “less of a birth” You have a right to choose your birth There are several ways you can prepare physically and mentally fo…
 
Ever felt like you needed a break from your business, your social media accounts, your laptop and well - your life in general? Well, Claire is here this week to give you full permission to do so, should you wish. Not only is a break good for your physical health, but it's essential for your mental capacity too. Tune in to hear Claire's newfound man…
 
Here is a sneak peak of what we discuss in this episode: What is Hypnobirthing? Do I lose control of myself? Can I use Hypnobirthing in a hospital setting? What role does my partner play? How do I learn the techniques? Our goal for this episode is to: Help you feel informed about your options for birth preparation. Stephanie Mundle is a certified H…
 
Very few people emerge fresh out of Personal Trainer college and decide to specialise in pelvic floor health, do they? It's quite common for movement professionals to suffer with pelvic floor dysfunction themselves post-birth, only to be completely blindsided by the generalised treatment that's offered, and then seek out alternative options themsel…
 
Awareness of perineal massage is on the rise. In this episode, I sit down with Meghan MacKenzie, a registered midwife from Community Midwives in Kelowna BC to discuss: What the research says about perineal massage The goals of perineal massage How I teach perineal massage (as a physiotherapist) The benefits of learning more about your perineum Ways…
 
Find yourself at a crossroads in your fitness business right now? Do you feel like you want to go back to serving some clients in person, but you kind of promised yourself that you'd make changes to how your run your business going forward and now you feel scared? Really undecided about which classes to keep teaching on Zoom, and which ones to teac…
 
Here is a sneak peak of the topics we covered in this episode: Each person’s decision to have tummy tuck surgery is their own. We are sharing our own story and decision making process The mix of emotions and stigma surrounding the abdominoplasty AKA “tummy tuck” Choosing the right surgeon for you is very important Preparation before Recovery timeli…
 
Today, we're joined by special guest, Jess Hoover, who's an Intuitive Life Coach and she's here to talk about mindset, and in particular money mindset. The way in which people en masse are advised to address their money mindset is not necessarily helpful, so if you believe that you can simply change your money mindset just by thinking differently -…
 
Here is a sneak peak of the questions we answer in this episode: What is diastasis rectus abdominis? Who does it affect? Why does the space between the abdominal muscles increase during pregnancy? What happens to that stretch after baby is born? Where should women start with postpartum recovery to address diastasis? What is the goal of ‘diastasis r…
 
Do you open your laptop at the start of your work day, and then 3 hours later look back and realise haven't achieved anything at all? Have you tried online task management tools like Asana, Trello + ClickUp, only to get seriously overwhelmed with the sheer amount of colour-coded tasks staring back at you, that you log out, never to log back in agai…
 
Liz Lush is a Brisbane physiotherapist and clinical lead at Mummy and Co Physiotherapy and Fitness, childbirth educator and tutor for physiotherapy students, and a mother of 4 children. Today she shares her journey (21 days post surgery at the time of recording this) for her large #diastasis or often called #DRA or #DRAM. For previous episodes cove…
 
This episode is for all you pregnant moms who are experiencing low back pain, pelvic pain and SI joint pain. If you search google for answers, you will find terms like: Pubic symphysis dysfunction SI joint instability Pelvic floor laxity The problem with these terms is that they sound scary and make it expecting moms feel nervous to exercise or eve…
 
Do you struggle with pricing your products and services as a fitness professional? Want to know if there truly is a perfect time to raise your rates? Do you find yourself in that endless loop of over-delivering and under-charging for your services and starting to resent what it is you do? Well, Claire is on a mission this year to get you, the fitne…
 
Pelvic floor physical therapy is not such a secret any more but there is still mystery around why it may be beneficial during pregnancy. In this episode, I sat down with a fellow pelvic health physical therapist, Corinne Wade from Kare Physiotherapy to discuss the many benefits to starting before baby comes: Pain - “ I am experiencing symptoms that…
 
Are you posting on Instagram frequently, but still not getting any clients? Spending hours creating the perfect caption, only to experience tumbleweeds for company in the comments? Do you want to learn how to save time by using Instagram more effectively? Well, contrary to belief, you do NOT need to post on your Instagram feed every day to get trac…
 
When asked what they know about their pelvic floor, most clients would say “umm I don’t know… kegels?” I wanted to kick off this podcast the same way I start with most of my clients. I put a call out in my instagram community for 2 women who had never seen a pelvic health physical therapist and who felt clueless about their pelvic floor. Join them …
 
Jenni Hulburt, @jennihulburt is a fitness trainer specialising in helping women sweat in sync with their menstrual cycle and nature. In this interview, Jenni shares a huge array of helpful insight into why it's so important for women to honour their menstrual cycle, the common problems our clients could experience when they're NOT aligned with thei…
 
Do you believe that because each pelvic floor client is unique, that you have to individualise each clients' exercise program? Are you spending hours each week writing up patient notes, only for your PFD clients to not do the homework you set them? It's super frustrating, isn't it? We often believe that in order to help our pelvic floor clients, we…
 
Pregnant and overwhelmed with information and how to apply it to yourself? Looking to have an empowered birth experience? New mom and disappointed by the lack of guidance to help you recover? Wanting to learn about how to nurture the only body you will ever have? This podcast is FOR you! I'm a mom of two, an entrepreneur and a physical therapist. A…
 
If pregnancy causes pelvic floor dysfunction, why is it that some postnatal clients experience it, whilst others have zero pelvic floor issues post-birth at all? Have you ever stopped to think about what causes pelvic floor dysfunction in our postnatal clients? Is pregnancy really the culprit here? In this week's episode, Claire reveals why some pr…
 
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