There is no doubt that one of the booming areas in health care these days is Pelvic Floor strengthening, treatment and rehabilitation – this is not surprising given the important role the Pelvic Floor plays in Core Stability and lumbar spine pain management.
With this in mind our cameras recently recorded a great lecture by Newcastle based Physiotherapist – Jason Bradley – that will teach you the latest research and trends in core and pelvic floor.
You can also use this lecture as a template for you to use to deliver your own in-services and general public lecture on this most popular of topics.
In this presentation you will learn:
– Why 60% of people with pelvic floor issues never seek help
– Who is at risk of poor pelvic floor function and why
– The best website to find great pelvic floor anatomy outlined in detail
– The key anatomical difference that makes females more prone to bladder leakage than men
– The 4 parts to the core and the “Coke Can” analogy that explains core dysfunction
– The best and easiest way to test pelvic floor weakness
– The exercises that makes this physio cringe when he walks around exercise classes
– How to test and train the male pelvic floor – yes men have a pelvic floor too
– The biggest fallacy in pelvic floor training and how a commonly prescribed exercise actually makes the problem worse
– The 2 schools of thought in core control and how to combine the best of both philosophies
– The exercises to avoid in the gym that increase the pressure on the pelvic floor
– The common squatting error that can increase pelvic floor pressure and the simple technique change to rectify it
– When to inhale and when to exhale during exercise and the impact breathing has on pelvic function
The lecture concludes with an excellent Q and A session – with input from an audience member who recently completed a PhD in Pelvic Floor retraining.
Plus much more.
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