Life after pregnancy can be rough. That's why Jena Beise and Erin Shinkle (both doctors of physical therapy and women's health specialists) created this podcast, to help moms heal at home.
Episode 29: Incontinence, Cranberries, and More
Getting up to pee three times a night. Wetting your pants when you sneeze. Moms know it well, and our guest this week knows how to help! Today we speak with Amy Long, a board-certified family nurse practitioner with a focus In women’s health, specially pelvic health and female urology. She's got great info for moms, so check it out! And you can find out more about Amy's work here.
Episode 28: What Babies Get Right About Eating
Ever noticed how babies just stop eating when they're full? How can we do that?! Check out my talk with nutritionist and registered dietitian Rebecca Greer about intuitive eating and what happens when you make peace with food. If you're interested in learning more from Rebecca, email her at email@example.com.
Episode 27: Your Postpartum Sex Drive
Today Jena speaks with Karisa Kaye, MAMFT, the amazing marriage, family, and sex therapist. Listen in for great practical advice on enjoying sex as a mom! And if you'd like to discuss a session with Karisa, click here or call 281-309-6437.
Episode 26: Big News for Heal at Home Moms
Dr. Jena Beise is now treating patients in their homes! In this episode, she discusses what prompted the jump from the clinic into the home.
Episode 25: When Hooves Don't Mean Horses
Jena talks with Jess, one of her amazing patients, about her long search for a diagnosis and treatment that would actually ease her pelvic floor pain.
Episode 24: My Birth Story
Jena tells the story of her first pregnancy and delivery. Her husband says some things too.
I’m glad there are knowledgeable ladies out there who are willing to be honest and open on topics women need help with.
Relevant to real women
This podcast (and the program they offer) is chalk-full of pertinent information for real moms in real life. They are honest and realistic while still offering encouragement that the problems we suffer after having babies don’t have to be our new normal. Love it!
Just listened to the episode about running postpartum. Thank you continuing to share! I need these constant reminders, even being almost 2 years postpartum. Can’t wait to hear more.