Podcast for women seeking answers to questions they are embarrassed, scared, or excited to ask about their pelvic and musculoskeletal health/performance.
Ep. 19 Real Talk About Issues In The Bedroom
Intimacy Concerns Are More Common Than You Think...
Are you and your partner feeling disconnected?
Do you have a hard time talking about your needs/desires?
Does your sex life leave you wanting more?
In this episode, Dr. Jocelyn Connolly, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist and Dr. Lauren Walker, Registered Clinical Psychologist talk about sex, sexuality, and issues many people have in the bedroom (or elsewhere?)...
Dr. Lauren loves working with couples and individuals who are interested in enhancing their intimate relationships and sexual lives. She is a therapist, researcher, author and entrepreneur. She translate science about sexuality into real life, and to help people grow in the areas of sexuality, intimacy, relationships and self-care. She is passionate about reducing stigma associated with sexuality, mental health and health.
After earning her PhD, she completed a specialized clinical fellowship in sexual dysfunction after cancer treatment where she received mentorship from nationally recognized experts in sexual medicine.
She recently received Calgary's Avenue Magazine's Top 40 Under 40 award. This prestigious award distinguishes recipients as rising stars; high achievers who are impacting their field and the broader community, and who are moving the city of Calgary forward.
She has developed several innovative sexual health programs for cancer patients, and she also direct the Oncology Sexual Health Lab at the University of Calgary. She have over 30 scientific publications on the topic of cancer and sexuality and am co-author of a book for prostate cancer patients - Androgen Deprivation Therapy: A Guide for Prostate Cancer Patients and Their Loved Ones.
Follow Dr. Lauren on IG: @drlaurenwalker
Follow Dr. Jocelyn on IG: @the.vaginadoc
Learn more about Dr. Lauren: https://www.drlaurenwalker.com/
Books mentioned in podcast:
Better Sex Through Mindfulness: How Women Can Cultivate Desire by Dr. Lori Brotto
Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
Ep. 18: What To Expect When You Are Expecting
This week's episode is a RELAUNCH from season one. We decided to relaunch this episode because it is PACKED with simple, actionable steps pregnancy women or women who plan to become pregnant can do to prepare for labor and delivery.
Dr. Jenny LaCross cohosts this episode with Dr. Jocelyn. You can follow Jenny on IG @pelvicboxer. You can follow Jocelyn @the.vaginadoc. You can follow Marla @meburchfield. And of course, you can follow the podcast @pelvicdocspodcast
Here's what you are going to learn this episode:
✅the must-haves to pack in your delivery bag
✅the variety of birth experiences, assisted labor procedures, pain management for moms
Ep 17: "Doctor Can You Hear Me?" Race & Telehealth
Benefits to listening to today’s episode
Learn about other options of receiving help if you can’t easily see someone in person
Learn about some of the benefits of seeing someone virtually
Tips on how to get the most out of your visits to the doctor.
Making sure you are heard, regardless of the color of your skin.
Dr. J Michelle Martin is the owner and founder of JMM Health Solutions in Atlanta, GA. She is a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist, and she helps women ROCK their births, IMPROVE post-partum healing, ENHANCE their sex life and RETURN to fitness.
Check out some of J's awesome programs by visiting: https://www.jmmhealthsolutions.com/birthsolutions
Follow J on instagram @thepelvicperspective
You can also check her out on these platforms:
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/JMMHealthSolutions
Facebook group (healthcare pros): Pelvic Health Telehealth Providers: This group is a resource for all those providing pelvic health services virtually or those who would like to do so.
Podcast: Fueling Her: A Woman's Guide to Wellness...A podcast about health, wellness and empowering all the amazing women out there. Whether it is business, self care, entrepreneurship or fitness, women take on so many rolls in today's society and we aim to continue to ‘fuel her’.”
For the latest and greatest about the podcast, including extras and previews, follow us on instagram @pelvidocspodcast.
Ep. 16: Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Surgery, & Exercise
Everything you need to know about pelvic organ prolapse - With Dr. Sarah St. Louis!
Relaunch of an oldie but goodie with Dr. Sarah St. Louis And my cohost Dr. Jenny LaCross 🔥🔥🔥
You will learn:
✅What is prolapse
✅How is it treated without surgery
✅When surgery is warranted
✅Different types of prolapse surgeries
✅How to safely return to exercise
Sarah St. Louis, MD, FACOG is Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology. She completed her fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery. She is published multiple peer reviewed medical papers. She specializes in the latest surgical approaches in female pelvic reconstructive vaginal surgery, and urogynecology. She is the lead physician at Associates in Urogynecology, which is a private office specializing in Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery, also known as Urogynecology.
Dr. Jenny is a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist who practices near Stillwater Oklahoma. She is a board certified Women's Health Specialist. She is one of the super heroes behind the scenes figuring out how to best help women with hip conditions - as she works on her PhD.
Learn more about Dr. St. Louis by visiting www.associatesinurogyn.com. You can also follow her on IG @associatesinurogynecology
Learn more about all the great work Dr. Jenny is doing by following @pelvicboxer on IG.
& Of course, follow Dr. Jocelyn by following @the.vaginadoc & by joining her free private education community: Pelvic Health Education For Female Athletes & Active Women on Facebook!
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Ep. 15: Sex Talk & The Pelvic Floor
Two gals taking off our healthcare professional coats and just having a candid conversation about sex, pleasure, and pelvic floor problems.
Follow Lindsay on IG: @lindsaydurandfitness
Follow the pod on IG: @pelvicdocspodcast
Follow Jocelyn on IG: @the.vaginadoc
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Ep. 14: Healing Pain Through Myofascial Release
In this episode, I chat with Amy Vander Linden about the benefits of myofascial release therapy for treating pain and improving performance.
Amy Vander Linden has been a physical therapist for more than 18 years and specializes in John F. Barnes Myofascial Release. Amy has found this to be the most effective way of eliminating painful restrictions and restoring mobility. MFR addresses all types of ailments by relieving restrictions that can be causing 2000 pounds of pressure on pain sensitive structures. She has over 350 hours of specialized training by John Barnes in the JFB Myofascial Release Approach including women’s health.
Her passion is to help women THRIVE throughout pregnancy and afterwards, whether they had a baby 6 weeks ago or 16 years ago (postpartum is forever). She assists them towards wholeness by empowering them to know their bodies, understanding healing processes and offering therapeutic touch, gaining confidence in their ability to do the things they love and providing education so they and baby can have an optimal start!
Follow Amy on IG @momentoftruthpt
Check out her Youtube channel where you can learn more about how you can heal yourself through myofascial release.
Also check out her podcast Bellies, Babies, & Birth where she has conversations with guests on all things birth related. They talk pelvises, pregnancy, postpartum recovery, sex, exercise and nutrition, not to mention self-care, that ever elusive space mamas need to regain their confidence, find a new groove and feel like themselves again.
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