Podcast for women seeking answers to questions they are embarrassed, scared, or excited to ask about their pelvic and musculoskeletal health/performance.
Healing Your Relationship With Food & Your Body
Today, Jenna Hart is back on the show! In today's episode, Jenna shares her secrets to how she helps her clients heal their relationship with food. Follow/reach out to Jenna on IG: @jnhfitness
Jenna Hart is a registered dietitian and certified personal trainer who is passionate about empowering others on their health and fitness journeys. Not only for the results they will obtain, but for the growth and self development that happens along the way. Jenna believes that transformation occurs from the inside out, and works to help each person learn the power of nutrition and fitness while strengthening their relationship with food, exercise, and their body. Whether someone is wanting to work on weight management, improving health conditions, breaking the cycle of over/undereating, or even challenging poor body image, every approach is individualized for each unique person and their needs, desires, and/or health concerns. There’s no one-size-fits-all, and Jenna is dedicated to her clients understanding the importance of intentional action, sustainability, and longevity in working towards a goal.
Are You Making Your Prolapse Worse? Food For Thought...
A lot of women share that they are afraid to make their prolapse worse...
But are they??
The Impact Of Grief and Loss On Injury Risk & Healing With Dr. Megan Daley
We all experience some degree of loss throughout our lives. Loss can be death of a loved one, loss of an identity, etc... and it impacts our threshold for injury, pain, and overall healing. In this episode Dr. Jocelyn & Dr. Megan talk about how loss and physical healing intersect.
About our guest...
Dr. Megan grew up as an athlete (and academic), getting injured and being in and out of physical therapy herself. She got her undergrad degree in mathematics in SC, even though she knew she wanted to work in healthcare, and then moved to AZ to get her doctorate in physical therapy. She spent the first several years of practice in corporate healthcare, going to many continuing education weekends and searching for her own mentors. And well, this episode includes why she’ll never work with insurance again and why her focus is on preventative care and connecting physical, mental, and emotional health.
She spends her time teaching for the Institute of Clinical Excellence on the weekends (faculty since 2017), treating patients at her own Out Of Network clinic during the week (with a fitness and mindset forward approach), competing in Olympic weightlifting, and hiking/snowboarding/camping as much as possible, preferably with her boyfriend and her corgi.
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Food, Trauma, Habits, & Nutritional Exploration
In today’s episode we get down and dirty with the ladies from Tailored Bites as we discuss our failures & triumphs surrounding our relationship with food. We first discuss nutrition and the most common mistakes we see, and tackle the guilt and shame surrounding food. We also cover the amazing transformations that we have seen in our clients beyond the nutritional component.
About Our Guests:
Rachel Masser MS, RDN uses an integrative and functional approach in the nutrition treatment and counseling she provides. Rachel understands that each one of us is unique in our genetic makeup as well as our life experiences that impact our nutrition and health status. Rachel specializes in areas of chronic disease prevention and management, women’s health including hormone balance and pre & postpartum nutrition, disordered eating patterns, digestive health, plant based nutrition, and weight management. (*Weight management is facilitated through health promoting behavior change; not on restricting energy.)
Jenna Hart RDN, CPT is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified personal trainer who is passionate about empowering individuals to reach health goals they never thought possible. She acknowledges that the first step can be the hardest, and has seen in her own health journey as well as with others she has worked with that “little by little, a little becomes a lot”. No matter if it’s weight management, improving health conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes, breaking the cycle of over/undereating, or even challenging poor body image, Jenna believes that transformation occurs from the inside out. Jenna works to help each person learn the power of nutrition while strengthening their relationship with food and their body. Longevity and sustainability are core values in creating a healthy lifestyle, and the approach is individualized for every unique person and their needs, desires, and/or health concerns.
Best way to reach Rachel and Jenna is through IG - @tailored_bites
Check out their website for nutrition counseling and yummy customized meals: tailoredbites.com
How Much Bladder Leakage Is Too Much?
In today's podcast short, Dr. Jocelyn answers the question:
Is it safe to exercise when you have stress urinary incontinence?
How much leakage is acceptable?
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Return To Running After Baby With Dr. Amanda Olson
In today’s episode, we get real on running after having a baby. We first discuss common mistakes women make when starting to run again then we tackle how she helps novice and advanced runners run again.
Postpartum Tissue Healing Shopping List referenced in the episode:
Vulvar Balm to restore moisture while in a more low estrogen state (Like a chapstick for your vulva)!
Personal Lubricant which is a must for sex!
Pelvic Wand for gentle mobilization of the vaginal tissue to prep for intercourse!
Kegel Weights to help build bulk back into the pelvic floor muscles!
Dilators (post tear/episiotomy) to address thickened tissue which often can make sex painful!
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About Our Guest
Dr. Amanda Olson is a dedicated and passionate Doctor of Physical Therapy specializing in treatment of pelvic floor disorders including incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, and pregnancy related issues. She is a certified advanced pelvic floor practitioner (CAPP-PF) by the American Physical Therapy Association and the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Institute (PRPC). She teaches on pelvic health content nationally. Dr. Olson is also the pelvic expert behind Intimate Rose, a women’s health brand whose mission is to improve the health of women worldwide. She creates devices and educational resources to address common and treatable women's health issues for patients and other health care providers. She is the author of the book Restoring the Pelvic Floor For Women.
Best way to reach Amanda is through IG - @intimaterose
Check out her website for free guides and how to's: