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Journal Club | Return to Running Post Pregnancy - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Hungate
30:45
Joining from “stay in place” Illinois right now. Where is everyone joining from?
Lauren Trosch
30:47
Good Morning and Welcome!
Lauren Trosch
31:16
Hi! I’m in Washington DC!
Ariana Jones
31:33
Good morning! Currently in PA, left Chicago yesterday
Jessica Probst
31:57
good morning, silver spring, md here
Nadia Wahid
32:00
Hello from northern VA
Allyson Loupe
32:22
Good morning! joining from Northern Minnesota
Emily Ott
32:37
Hello All! Joining from South Jersey!
Lauren Trosch
33:44
Welcome, welcome!
Lauren Trosch
34:17
Is everyone here a PT or do we have other professionals?
Jessica Probst
34:17
thanks for doing this Lauren!!
Katie Middleton
34:32
Northern Virginia here. Thanks to Lauren for making this happen!
Lauren Trosch
34:35
no problem, I could use the distraction!
Sarah Contrada
34:36
Hi from Alexandria!
Sarah Contrada
34:56
yep
Jennifer Hungate
34:56
Yes!
Allyson Loupe
34:56
yes
Nadia Wahid
34:57
Yep!
Katie Middleton
34:59
yep!
Jenna Benyounes
35:54
Northern Virginia/Alexandria Sex Med Provider here. Thank you Lauren!!!
Aika Barzhaxynova
46:08
In case you have any issues with your microphone, please feel free to post your questions here :)
Jenna Benyounes
47:43
Super helpful, thank you!
Elizabeth Steele
48:02
I am a PT, and also 7 weeks postpartum. I confess I took my first run two days ago. I was surprised how deconditioned I already was (previously did several half marathons, didn't really run during pregnancy...) From an aerobic standpoint I already feel like I really need something productive to do...
Elizabeth Steele
48:35
I understand the tissue healing component, but also find it a little disheartening :(
Megan Frickel
51:06
Hang in there Elizabeth. I am 7 months post partum and followed these guidelines. I did a running assessment with video a month ago or so and my hips are still weak, especially one-side vs the other
Jenna Benyounes
51:39
Congratulations Elizabeth! You're not alone. So many of my postpartum patients feel this way. Thankfully you
Megan Frickel
51:46
I’ll probably chat - my internet is spotty. I was a marathon/half runner before.
Jenna Benyounes
51:47
are in the right field to work on it
Allyson Loupe
52:53
I think this is where we can use Low Impact High Intensity Interval training.
Aika Barzhaxynova
53:52
Here's a link to the guidelines again for anyone new entering the call now:https://mailchi.mp/38feb9423b2d/returning-to-running-postnatal-guideline
Megan Frickel
54:14
Not research based, but I would feel elliptical after speed walking but before jogging, symptom driven
Lindsay Shields
57:12
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/cbsa-border-airports-screening-trudeau-covid19-coronavirus-1.5498866
Lindsay Shields
57:22
sorry wrong text ignore that
Lindsay Shields
57:36
Does anyone do the GH + PB measure to help with individualizing guidance.?
stacey head
58:00
laura-thanks for that...you just gave my husband the best laugh
stacey head
58:08
so lets get into vaginas
Jenna Benyounes
58:29
Forgive my ignorance Lindsay what is GH + PB?
stacey head
58:44
it is from the POP-Q
belinda black
58:46
mentioned testing in standing?
Jessica Probst
59:30
that is a tall order, even for super fit people
Lauren Wohl
59:37
I gotta be on kid duty at 11:30. Lauren- you're amazing for organizing!
Lauren Trosch
01:00:28
there will be a recording!
Megan Frickel
01:04:27
yep
Megan Frickel
01:04:39
Pelvic PT Huddle is correct
Jenna Benyounes
01:04:44
what is Nicole's last name?
Megan Frickel
01:04:48
Cozean
Jenna Benyounes
01:04:51
Thanks!
Megan Frickel
01:06:08
I often use biofeedback to work with patients on timing with exercise type activities to train PFM - not a constant hold. Like squats, step ups, lunges, hops, etc
Karen Snowden
01:07:18
Good idea Megan!
Karen Snowden
01:11:54
Haven’t seen anything - we need the research!
Megan Frickel
01:12:32
I am a G2P2 runner with grade II cystocele and I’ll volunteer to be studied! haha
stacey head
01:14:23
Megan I am a G1P1 triathlete/runner with grad1 cystocele and rectocele-so we can add another person...right???
Megan Frickel
01:14:56
Let’s get that n up!
Kelly Huestis
01:15:00
agree! I get patients in a forward trunk lean and anterior pelvic tilt to help facilitate anterior pelvic floor. a lot of female runners run leaning back which prob doesn’t help that.
Karen Snowden
01:16:06
That was from a recent study - focusing on posterior cues is more effective for women than men.
Karen Snowden
01:16:33
Correct
Jennifer Hungate
01:18:07
Thanks Karen Snowden! Can you share on the PPSIG FB page.
Jessica Probst
01:20:43
Jenna and Claire are awesome!!!
Karen Snowden
01:21:39
Claire - your name is listed different. What is your name and location? So you serve alcohol during the fittings? (Just seeing your counter top). :)
Karen Snowden
01:21:48
LOL
Jenna Benyounes
01:22:03
Awe thanks Jessica! You're amazing too!
Keyla Guenther
01:22:28
Poise
Keyla Guenther
01:22:33
Impressa
Jenna Benyounes
01:23:15
LOL Karen! Claire is my business partner. We are Transcend Healthcare at 113 Oronoco Street in Old Town Alexandria. www.TranscendHealthcareDMV.com We don't serve alchol in the office (during patient hours) but patients will at least get coffee, tea, or sparkling water before a fitting haha
Lauren Trosch
01:23:43
great!!!
Karen Snowden
01:24:21
LOL - Dang - was thinking it was one stop shopping for all. JK. LOL
Jenna Benyounes
01:24:42
Maybe that will be part of our new business plan hahaha
Jenna Benyounes
01:25:15
We do provide anti-anxiety and pain meds for IUD insertions and other procedures, maybe we should add cocktails for pessary fittings
Lauren Trosch
01:31:45
:)
Karen Mestek
01:36:12
Jennifer - hi! I'm also in Chicago, would love to know the name of your practice!
Ariana Jones
01:37:12
Hi Karen Mestek, the practice is Vitality Women’s PT and wellness. One location in elmhurst and one in the city in Lakeview
Karen Mestek
01:38:09
Thank you! :-)
Karen Snowden
01:38:35
That’s fascinating Jennifer Hungate! You should do the research!!!! (An Ariana)
Karen Snowden
01:38:55
and Ariana
Ariana Jones
01:39:38
We may have some ideas in the works and a potential proposal for a CSM session ;) Have to wait and see
Karen Snowden
01:39:46
Sweet
Jenna Benyounes
01:40:03
Nice!
Karen Mestek
01:40:05
Awesome. Really interesting stuff!
Nadia Wahid
01:41:01
Super interesting, thanks Jennifer
Heather Hamilton
01:41:01
That is so fascinating!
Jenna Benyounes
01:41:05
You should study and publish this!!!
Megan Frickel
01:41:12
Such a cool clinic! Alright - my youngest is awake will watch the rest of the talk later! Have a great weekend everyone!
Nava Szwergold
01:41:23
Thanks for sharing!
Keyla Guenther
01:41:30
Thank you for sharing!
Lauren Trosch
01:41:58
before people leave: discount code 20OFFPFIRA with the webinar attendees for our PFIRA course by Amanda Olson? Here's a link to the course: http://aptapelvichealth.org/pfira
Lauren Trosch
01:42:47
Pelvic Floor Implications for the Running Athlete (PFIRA) - APTA Pelvic Health
Heather Hamilton
01:43:15
I attended Amanda’s course in Charleston in January, I highly recommend it!
Jennifer Hungate
01:45:15
Agree!
Ariana Jones
01:45:24
Pany totally agree!
Ariana Jones
01:45:29
Usually just a tool to start
Karen Snowden
01:46:13
Still looking for article - this isn’t it but found this interesting article: García-Sánchez, E., Ávila-Gandía, V., López-Román, J., Martínez-Rodríguez, A., & Rubio-Arias, J. Á. (2019). What Pelvic Floor Muscle Training Load is Optimal in Minimizing Urine Loss in Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. International journal of environmental research and public health, 16(22), 4358.
pany Nazari
01:47:01
I am eternally grateful to be learning from all of you. Thanks again Lauren to making this happen.
Aika Barzhaxynova
01:47:20
We are also looking into offering Amanda Olson's Running course via virtual format this spring/summer. Stay tuned! We will send you an email when details are finalized. Your code will be active for both the virtual and in-person formats.
Karen Snowden
01:47:33
The article I promised you is by same author: Garcia-Sanchez, and is a recent publication. If you email me - I promise I’ll provide you the article re: puborectalis cueing. ksnowden@rcn.com
Sarah Contrada
01:47:42
That would be awesome, thank you for the info!
Karen Snowden
01:47:51
Just can’t find this second…..
Karen Snowden
01:48:28
Poor thing…. LOL. :)
Karen Mestek
01:48:31
that'd be great, Karen! thanks!
Elizabeth Steele
01:50:04
the podcast bodies first episode has information about hormones on birth control (testosterone specifically) leading to painful sex. not 100% relevant to this, but very interesting and impacts plan of care. information from OBGYN.
pany Nazari
01:50:23
Here is another article that you might helpful - Task-specific differences in respiration-related activation of deep and superficial pelvic floor muscles - R. Aljuraifani, R.E. Stafford, Paula Hodges
Kim Seymour
01:51:10
Elizabeth, have you followed or heard any podcasts by Dr. Rachel Rubin? She talks about testosterone levels in women a lot. There was a recent study on this that was kind of inconclusive but it’s all very interesting!
Aika Barzhaxynova
01:51:20
For everyone who just registered/entered this webinar, please note that a recording of this webinar will be available by end of today. We will send you all a recording copy.
Jenna Benyounes
01:51:51
I see a ton of patients with painful penetration due to low testosterone from birth control pills and spirinolactone
Lauren Trosch
01:52:59
https://ppsapta.org/physical-therapy-covid-19.cfm
Elizabeth Steele
01:53:34
spironolactone - interesting!
Ashley Watts
01:53:51
Thank you Jennifer! I think that is great. Please join the social link! It is a great way to connect…you can reach out to Lauren or myself as the Membership Committee chair at wattsas@gmail.com
Karen Snowden
01:54:26
This was great today Lauren and Aika - thank you!!!
stacey head
01:54:50
thank you Lauren.
Lauren Trosch
01:55:52
lbt004@gmail.com
Ariana Jones
01:56:00
Thank you Lauren for the discussion today!
Karen Snowden
01:56:03
All- Reach out to Aika or myself if you have an interest in sharing your topics in this format or via webinar / online cont ed. We are going to be increasing our online education offerings, and need presenters.
Aika Barzhaxynova
01:56:26
Aika Barzhaxynova (aika@aptapelvichealth.org)
belinda black
01:56:33
Thank you Lauren!
Lindsay Shields
01:56:47
Thank you to Everyone!
Aika Barzhaxynova
01:56:56
The Academy is also seeking n
Elizabeth Steele
01:57:03
thanks this was great! i run, am a cardiopulm PT, and have taken a lot of ideas from this. Be well everyone!
Lauren Trosch
01:57:09
20OFFPFIRA with the webinar attendees for our PFIRA course by Amanda Olson. Here's a link to the course: http://aptapelvichealth.org/pfiraAPTA Pelvic HealthAPTA Pelvic HealthPelvic Floor Implications for the Running Athlete (PFIRA) - APTA Pelvic Health(118 kB)
Aika Barzhaxynova
01:57:36
The Academy is also seeking new course proposals for online courses/live webinars. We will open applications next week.
Keyla Guenther
01:59:30
So thankful for this webinar and for our pelvic health family! Thank you Lauren and everyone who shared. Stay safe and take care of one another
Sonya Worthy Okolo
01:59:38
FYI- Given COVID19, Headspace is free right now for all healthcare providers - use NPI number
Jenna Benyounes
01:59:45
Thank you!!!! this was wonderful! So thankful for you amazing pelvic floor PTs
Jennifer Hungate
01:59:45
Amazing job Lauren!
Sarah Contrada
01:59:52
Thank you so much!
Nava Szwergold
01:59:52
Thanks Lauren!
Karen Mestek
01:59:54
Thank you!
Kim Seymour
01:59:55
Thanks!
Jessica Probst
01:59:56
thank you