Dr Adanna's Pelvic Floor Guide

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In 2022, for the first time, a pelvic health guide was published to help non-specialist clinicians advise women on pelvic floor muscle training. It's for GPs, midwives, nurses and health visitors - to try to plug a long-standing knowledge gap and help more women with pelvic floor dysfunction to access practical support.

In this episode, Helen speaks to Dr Adanna Okeahialam, an Obstetrics & Gynaecology registrar with an interest in Urogynaecology, and co-author of the 'Pelvic Floor Muscle Training: A Practical Guide'.

They discuss the sudden spotlight on pelvic health, why pelvic floor exercises are a first line treatment and their role in preventing pelvic floor dysfunction.

NICE Guideline: Pelvic floor dysfunction: prevention and non-surgical management (Published 9 Dec 2021)
RCOG Position Statement: Pelvic Floor Health
RCOG Survey: Pelvic Floor Health
Pelvic health resources from POGP

If you're new to pelvic floor dysfunction and want to go back to basics, go back and listen to this episode.

The book, Why Mums Don't Jump: Ending the Pelvic Floor Taboo, is available NOW!

This episode is from Series 4 of Why Mums Don't Jump

This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.

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