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On the next Pelvic Messenger, Diane Lee will discuss the forces that affect the pelvic floor and how to maintain pelvic floor health!
Diane Lee has been practicing physical therapy for almost 40 years, and she is the owner and senior Therapist at Diane Lee and Associates. Diane is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapist Association since 1976, and she is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT) since 1981. In addition, she created the Com-pressor, a unique, patented sacroiliac support belt as well as the newly released Baby Belly Belt, a specialized pelvic support with broader applications
Diane is internationally recognized as an expert in the field of thoracic, lumbar, sacroiliac, and pelvic disability and pain. The fourth and latest edition of her popular book, The Pelvic Girdle, serves as a crucial guide for many practitioners. The theory behind The Integrated Systems Model for Disability & Pain, an approach co-developed with L-J Lee, is an evidence based whole body/person approach to help optimize function and performance. This approach considers regional alignment, biomechanics and control during meaningful task analysis and determines something called the ‘primary driver’ when there are multiple sites failing to transfer load well during the task being analysed. The primary driver is the area of the body that when treated will have the biggest impact on function and performance of the rest of the body. Diane treats, teaches, writes, and creates. Her enormous contributions to the world of pelvic floor physical therapy are recognized and appreciated.
Dr. Khalid Khan graduated from Medical School in 1989. Currently, he is Professor of Women’s Health and Clinical Epidemiology at Barts and the London School of Medicine. His academic expertise is in patient-oriented health research and medical education. He has published over 200 peer reviewed journal articles making contributions in systematic reviews (meta-analyses), trials of treatments and tests, health technology assessments, and evaluation of educational methods. His book on Evidence-based Medicine has won the BMA medical book competition. He is Editor-in-Chief of British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
On the next episode of Pelvic Messenger, Dr. Khan will explain translational research, the CROWN Initiative, the impetus behind it, and how to make the most from the vast sea of research being performed. We will also address certain pre-natal and post-partum topics and myths, including whether or not inducing labor increases the likelihood of requiring C-section delivery.
In this episode, Breaking Muscle Radio speaks with biomechanist Katy Bowman. Katy has earned an international reputation for reducing pain, increasing bone density, improving metabolic health, and solving pelvic floor mysteries.
00:13 - Introduction to Katy Bowman
01:05 - Katy's journey from bookworm to natural mover
06:43 - Our innate human instinct to not move
08:17 - Movement as nutrition
11:45 - Exercise versus movement
14:05 - A nutritious day of movement
15:23 - Thinking outside the exercise box
17:37 - How to put nutritious movement into practice on a daily basis
19:43 - Why feet are important and how can we help them do their job
22:52 - How to transition to nutritious movement without causing other problems
26:00 - How minimizing the furniture you use can help
29:20 - The distinction between moving and how active your muscles are
32:51 - Why the squat is such an important movement
36:30 - Squatting, kegels, pelvic floor health, and muscle tension
40:55 - What a healthy pelvic floor requires
42:43 - Squatting during pregnancy
47:34 - Kids and movement
54:15 - Choosing not to be captives of our environment
56:34 - Katy's details and upcoming projects
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We are going to stand in agreement with the Festival of Praise Show tonight. We want to start off the show with the sound of the shofar. The sound of the shofar is used to call God's people to repentance, used to alert us and to call us to battle against our enemies & to gather the people. It is also capable of bringing fear to the heart of the most hardened man. Letitia did the sound of the shofar on the first day of the Festival of Praise. Father, in Yeshua’s name, I stand in agreement with all Godly prayer requests that are being prayed to you, today, that the three crucial events; the Start of the Spiritual Awakening & Revival, Laws are Ratified & Reform Occurs for America not Keeping Her Promise to Liberate the Descendants of Slaves Forever as stated in the Emancipation Proclamation & Justice & Freedom for the “Secret” Lifetime, Generational Involuntary or Unwitting Human Subjects in America & International will occur now & I rebuke, bind, cancel, & destroy by fire all ungodly prayer requests now in Yeshua’s name. No weapon formed against me shall prosper and every tongue that speaks in judgment shall be condemned in Yeshua’s name. I thank you, Lord for answering my prayer requests. & all things, whatsoever I shall ask in prayer, believing, I shall receive” in Yeshua’s name. I put on the whole armor of God; the helmet of salvation, the breastplate of righteousness, the shield of faith to fight against the fiery darts of the enemy, the sword of the spirit, which is the Word of God, the girdle of truth, & the sandals of the gospel of peace to stand against the wiles of the devil in Yeshua’s name. In the name of Jesus/Yeshua, I am fully protected and ready for spiritual battle against Satan & his demons/devils.
visit www.FestivalofPraise.com for additional information.
Today I invited Jessica Drummond, MPT, CCN, CHC, to talk about how our physical and emotional health impacts our hormones.
In this episode, you will learn:
The top 3-5 leading causes of pelvic pain
How the pain manifests
How pelvic pain effects our sex life
The connection between candida or gluten sensitivity and pelvic pain
How our emotions and intuition play a role in chronic pelvic pain
What a woman with pelvic pain can do today to see results
What is Wurn technique?
What is the best path for seeking treatment for complex pelvic pain?
Jessica Drummond, MPT, CCN, CHC, the Founder and CEO of The Integrative Pelvic Health Institute, is passionate about caring for and empowering women who struggle with women’s health conditions such as endometriosis, PCOS, bladder pain, low libido, hormonal imbalances, weight gain, period pain, painful sex, and post-surgical, orthopedic, or pregnancy related pelvic conditions. She is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians in confidently and safely using integrative tools to treat chronic pelvic pain, bowel and bladder, and other women’s health issues. Having over a decade of experience as a women’s and pelvic physical therapist plus owning a private women’s health clinical nutrition and coaching practice gives her a unique perspective on the integrative, conservative options for pelvic pain management.
Jessica was educated at the University of Virginia, Emory University, The Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and Duke Integrative Medicine.
Anna's Journey's guest is Ladin Yurteri-Kaplan, MD, MS, who is the
Co-director, Division of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
This MedStar Division is at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Baltimore County.
Will be looking this specialty, the incidence rate, the most common conditions that women experience as well as the latest in diagnosis and treatment.
Join Anna's Journey for this informative episode... live on air www.blogtalkradio.com/anna-renault or by voice... phone line 1-661-554-9121.
Pelvic floor health is certainly not something women talk about during happy hour or over lunch. Occasional giggly references to ‘don’t make me laugh (I’ll pee!)’ or kegel exercises is about all that takes place when talking about this important aspect of a woman’s health.
However, the fact that this conversation can be awkward shouldn’t diminish its importance. Do you realize that in addition to controlling our urine, helping us to have babies, our pelvic floor also holds up our guts? There is much to learn about having a healthy pelvic floor – what it is and how to care for it. Join us to hear more.
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Vulvodynia...vaginismus...uriniary incontinence...pelvic prolapse. These common yet often debilitating (and often not discussed) female issues can greatly affect women of all ages and all lifestages. Core Wellness is now offering specialized services helping women managing these common problems and we'll be talking each of these issues and what can be done to help remedy them. Listen only mode.
This Coming Thursday 9/11/14 my good friend "Calvin Hoarde", will be the instructor for our weekly online Bible Study. I asked Calvin how he should be introduced to the class and he replied, "I used to be a very bad person but, Jesus Christ has changed me into a new man."
Join in: Thursday @ 8 PM Central Standard Time, 9 PM Eastern Time and 6 PM Pacific Time.
The Phone Number to call in if you have questions is (760) 890-7180 The class will start with:
Matthew 3:1 In those days came John the Baptist, preaching in the wilderness of Judaea,
2 And saying, Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.
3 For this is he that was spoken of by the prophet Esaias, saying, The voice of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.
4 And the same John had his raiment of camel's hair, and a leathern girdle about his loins; and his meat was locusts and wild honey.
5 Then went out to him Jerusalem, and all Judaea, and all the region round about Jordan,
6 And were baptized of him in Jordan, confessing their sins.
7 But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come?
8 Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance:
9 And think not to say within yourselves, We have Abraham to our father: for I say unto you, that God is able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham.
10 And now also the axe is laid unto the root of the trees: therefore every tree which bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire.
11 I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance. but he that cometh after me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and with fire:
Sarah D. Fox, M.D is Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Women & Infants’ Hospital of RI and The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. She is the founder and director of the W&I Chronic Pelvic Pain Clinic as well as the director of Colposcopy and Cervical Cancer Prevention. Her areas of interest include medical management, complementary and alternative management of pelvic pain, and resident education. Her research includes the study of mindfulness meditation for patients with chronic pelvic pain as well as the study of opioid pain medications and quality of life in chronic pelvic pain.
There are no ifs, ands, or butts about it: even if you work your glutes regularly, what woman doesn’t want to make her rear view tighter, smaller, and sexier? Unfortunately, building the butt of your dreams is no easy task. Women often store fat in their lower body, which means it’s generally the last place we lose extra weight. Women also tend to want to cardio away to “get a butt” rather then put in the time under the iron, but as you’ll read, the clear path to a better booty isn’t going to be found on the treadmill or the elliptical, but on the gym floor, under a barbell.
It’s important to understand the muscles in the glutes, before you can understand how to work them. The Gluteus Maximus is the largest and most superficial of the gluteal muscles and forms the bulk of the buttock mass. The Gluteus Medius is largely covered by the gluteus maximus; and the Gluteus Minimus is the smallest and deepest of the gluteal muscles. Many muscles, such as the Iliocostalis Lumborum, Multifius and Quadratus Lumborum, Iliopsa also insert into and around the pelvis and play a role in how glutes “appear”, usually by contributing the positioning of the pelvic tilt etc. To shape the perfect glutes, you have to target your butt from many angles and there are a variety of exercises and activities that you can do to hit and develop each of the gluteal muscles for that desired perfection. For example, the Gluteus Maximus is worked through extension of the thigh; the Gluteus Medius is worked through adduction and lateral rotation of the thigh; and the Gluteus Minimus is worked the same as the gluteus medius.
Christina McGee will be joining me to discuss Pediatric Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction and how physical therapy can assist with addressing these issues. Topics to be covered during this interview will include: urinary incontinence, enuresis (bed wetting), constipation, and encopresis (fecal leakage) related to children.
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