Why Did No One Tell Me?: How to Protect Heal and Nurture Your Body Through Motherhood

by Emma Brockwell


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Emma Brockwell combines her expertise as a specialist women’s health physiotherapist with personal experience to create a warm, honest, and practical guide.

From how to prevent pelvic floor issues and heal effectively from birth through to tackling common, treatable conditions, this book is essential reading for every mother and mother-to-be.

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Finding Fitness

00:00 | 27:59
How do you find a new path to fitness when prolapse or incontinence is holding you back? How do you get past The Fear and learn to move again? How do you break a sweat without losing your insides? Helen meets Emma Brockwell, a specialist women's health physio, co-writer of the first guidelines for postnatal women returning to running and co-founder of the pelvic health campaign, Pelvic Roar.

'You need to move. You can move. You possibly just need a bit of guidance as to how to start.'

Website: www.whymumsdontjump.com
Instagram: @whymumsdontjump

Emma Brockwell, Physiomum website is here
Emma's instagram: @physiomumuk

Other links from episode 6:

Returning to running postnatal - guideline for medical, health and fitness professionals managing this population

Pelvic Roar

PopUp (Hayley Shevener)

Squeezy App

Holistic Core Restore

Elaine Miller (aka Gusset Grippers) is @gusset_grippers on Instagram

This episode is from Series 1 of Why Mums Don't Jump

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