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Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it’s, Okay. You know, you could just say anything. Just. Hi, my name is Allison Ribeiro, and I’m a pelvic floor physiotherapist. Here we go. Excuse. Okay. All right. You go smoothly. I’m always. man, I’m. I’m sweating. Okay. Right. Yeah. So just. I’ll see who I am first, because I know that’s not a question.

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Okay, So should I look at her or, you know, I mean, not you. Okay, then what do you do? My name is Allison Rivero, and I am a pelvic floor physiotherapist working here at Anchor in Georgina. so what is about it for physio? So a pelvic floor physiotherapist is somebody who specializes in assessing and treating the pelvic floor.

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So that includes the muscles that sit in the bottom of your pelvis. And these muscles are very important for a lot of really are very flat. Although yes, when you started that first sentence, is that so? Probably don’t don’t say so. Pelvic floor. Yeah. Okay. A pelvic floor physiotherapist is somebody who specializes in assessing and treating the pelvic floor muscles.

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These are muscles that sit in the bottom of your pelvis and are important for functions such as controlling your bowel and bladder, sexual function, engaging your core muscles, and helping to stabilize your lower back hips and pelvis for functional movements.

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Is there any like birth that you. Yes, that’s coming. Do you want me to want me to say it there before I think it. Yes. Yes. I was expecting it to come up. Okay. Maybe throw it in there. Okay. Do I have to say the whole thing again? Yeah. Yes, you heard me. Okay, I this is, you know.

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So you’re doing really well. Yeah, I do. Speak fast. Okay, So what is it like for a physio? A pelvic floor physiotherapist is somebody who specializes in the assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor. So these are muscles that are in the bottom of your pelvis, and they are really important for a lot of functions, including bowel and bladder control.

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Engaging your core muscles, sexual function and, and they play a large role in pregnant and supporting you through pregnancy, labor and delivery. And as well that recovery postpartum, I mean, yes, no hesitation. I did recover it pretty well. I wasn’t doing it because it’s like candid. Okay, well, let’s do it again just in case you look back at later.

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I don’t like that. Okay. A pelvic floor physiotherapist is a physio that specializes in assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor. So these are muscles that sit in the bottom of your pelvis and they are really important in a lot of functions, things including bowel and bladder control, engaging your core musculature, stabilizing the lower back hips and pelvis for functional movement as well as support through pregnancy, labor and delivery.

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And that recovery postpartum, you know, and say sexual function. I didn’t. And I need to say that I would take bowel and bladder sexual function stabilizing a little bit, hips and pelvis, support through pregnancy, support through pregnancy and then postpartum. Yeah. Okay. Yes. A pelvic floor physiotherapist is a physio that specializes in assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor.

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This includes it’s sorry, I don’t have to say the whole where the platform is again. Do I. Do I said that right so that the pelvic floor muscles are in the bottom of the pelvis. I haven’t said that. Okay. And you say like okay. A pelvic floor physiotherapist is a physio that specializes in assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor.

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These are muscles that sit in the bottom of your pelvis and are very important for number of functions that will include bowel and bladder control, sexual function, engagement of your core and stabilization through the low back hips and pelvis, as well as support through pregnancy and that postpartum recovery as well, labor and delivery. But that’s okay. I’m sorry, I forgot labor and delivery that time.

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so we’ve got a number of you can probably pull from one confident you could pull a labor and delivery from somewhere. Yeah. Okay. Keep it together and ask for them. Okay. Good. And okay, typically if you try to go too far, it just get stuck. You’ll get more and more. Yes, Yes. Let’s move on. Okay. To come back to it at the end, we can.

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Okay, So let’s move forward. Okay. Right. So what conditions can pelvic floor physiotherapy help? What a pelvic floor physiotherapist. What? I say this can help with a variety of things. Even some things you may not realize. Yeah, you covered for things like low back and pelvic pain. Pain with intercourse. Yeah. Artificial bowel or the bladder. Yeah. Difficulty engaging with your muscles and then you kind of pregnancy constrained period and size.

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Yes. Okay. Okay. So the question is what can a pelvic floor physiotherapist help with? Right. Yeah. So. Okay, a pelvic floor physiotherapist can help with a lot of different issues that maybe some that you are quite surprised about. So that would include things like low back hip or pelvic pain. Maybe you have pain with intercourse, maybe there are issues with control of your bowel or bladder, your leaking when you’re coughing or sneezing or jumping or laughing.

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You might be experiencing constipation issues with ease of bowel movements. A pellet for a physiotherapist is also somebody that can help with supporting the core musculature and reengaging your core, which is a large concern for a lot of individuals. Postpartum is engaging that. Corrigan And for those individuals who are perimenopausal, either getting into menopause or in menopause itself, pelvic floor physiotherapy can be very, very helpful for addressing any types of concerns as it relates to that as well.

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I was very you know, I was and I think there’s a lot I thought it was pretty good. You stumbled at the very end. Yeah. Just as it relates to that. Like, yeah, I don’t know. I don’t know. If you want to specify what help for people who have that, but it’s kind of the same. It’s all the same stuff.

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Yeah. So maybe I could say that regardless of where you are in your in your life, a pelvic floor physiotherapist can help with your health. Yeah. Or closest or close the door. I think I can to get some answers. So that’s all there. You know, I can see you’re having a catalog. Yeah. So. So where are your kind of.

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I don’t want to say because obviously pelvic floor physio is also helpful for people who are not pregnant too. Yeah, I would say most people, most people tend to think of a pelvic floor physio in and around pregnancy. However, it is still very helpful for those who have never been pregnant, whether you are working or yeah. Whether yeah.

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Whether you’ve never experienced a pregnancy or a labor and delivery that would also include individuals who are menopausal as well because all of us could potentially experience the same concerns and issues regardless of whether we’ve been pregnant. Right. I think a lot of us think of it as it relates to pregnancy, but for as it relates to women in general, yeah, like does it relate to men and it does, but I don’t treat men, okay.

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you do. I would, Yeah. No, I’ve. Yeah. And if you want to say something about like I mean I just, I assume so it does because we all have, we all have pelvic force. Yeah. Right. I assume that. Yes. I wasn’t sure if there would be any application for like, for me there is, but I don’t want to put it out there because I’m not confident in my ability to treat men right.

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I’m very confident my ability to treat women. I just have not had a lot of experience treating men. And so I just I don’t even want to put it out there. Do you guys even get calls from men for preparing for review? There have been a couple. Yeah. One address that on a call. Yeah. Yeah. Don’t know. I think if I just.

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I just really hone in, specify like a lot about like because my passion is in like the perinatal pregnancy postpartum like that’s obviously I see women throughout the life life phases and stages, but that’s where my passion lies. And so that’s what I want to put out there. I like that what you just outlined stages because that kind of encompasses pregnancy.

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So for ensuring that it does. Yeah. So I used the word passion to describe what you do. Yeah. Okay. Got it somehow. That’s nice. Yeah. Okay. Because, yeah, people are going to be happy to hear that you’re passionate, so I guess maybe I could say so. Like why? Question Actually, a question I got. It’s like, why are you a pelvic physio?

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Right? So I am a pilot for physiotherapist because I incredibly, I am incredibly passionate about helping women through any phase of life to connect with and embrace their, their embrace their, dare I say, connection though. And I say I am I’m a pelvic floor physiotherapist because I am passionate about helping women at any stage of life, engage with and connect to their pelvic floor because it empowers them to live a life that they want to be able to live without fear of pelvic floor dysfunction.

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And I like that kind of that’s that’s honestly why I love it. I feel like people are committed to doing what they need to do. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Okay. So here we go with this segment and thought that was nice. Yeah. Okay. okay. So when do I see a pelvic floor physiotherapist getting pregnant? So if. No, don’t say so.

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Let or if you are pregnant, a great time to come see a pelvic floor physiotherapist would be in your second trimester, especially if you are experiencing the typical pelvic floor concerns. So again, that could be anything from low back hip or pelvic pain. Pain with intercourse, sensations of heaviness or pressure in your pelvic area, you’re having a hard time controlling your bowel or bladder or engaging your core muscles.

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If any of those things are happening, come see me and we will assess and get you and get you doing some the appropriate exercises so we can help with that concern. If you are not experiencing any of those concerns coming in in your early third trimester is a great time to start. That will allow you time to learn how to connect with your pelvic floor.

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And then we can do a lot of stuff for labor preparation, including breathing. We will go through perineal stretching. A common concern is tearing during day labor and delivery, and so that can help to reduce the chances of that as well as different strategies you can utilize during labor. And we will discuss postpartum recovery as well. And then once you’ve had your baby, don’t forget you still want to make sure everything is good regardless of whether you have any concerns and regardless of the method of delivery as well.

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So whether it’s vaginal or caesarean section, I highly recommend getting a reassessment at that point in time or an initial assessment if you haven’t been yet, it’s not too late. And at that point we will assess your core, your pelvic floor, your movement patterns, and again, get you back on track to resuming all the activities you want to get back to.

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Yeah, that’s right. Yeah. Yeah, that’s okay. There was a couple of stumbles early on. let me do it again. Think were good. It wasn’t such a big deal. Yeah, like you do really well. And then I think when it got to a later process. But yeah, yeah. Again, you can like if it sounds like I’m blabbering, you can cut stuff out, right?

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. It might just be a section. We got news because it got really good after that. So I think, yeah, you might just as long as we as long as you feel you got the whole coming out. Second trimester if you’re experiencing concerns or issues if not early third trimester. So you can learn to connect, then we can do Labor Prep, which will include a variety of things.

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And then the postpartum recovery. If you feel we’ve got those pieces, then that’s what it was, more like a waking word that he’s not really substantial to the body trying to say, okay, yeah, it was, it was okay, okay, okay. So question what can I expect in a 20 for a physiotherapy session? So dirt always I say just so I want to start with an assessment.

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Yes. Well know what I want to talk about. Kind of like we do the subjective history, that kind of stuff. Yes, yes, yes. During an assessment on what to say during an assessment, you just go with it. So we haven’t seen it. Yeah. Is my throat dry? Are you hearing me on that one. Very important for that. It was.

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I was never have I said it enough. It’s true. I do say it a lot during a during a public for assessment. During an assessment you think would be okay to say that. Yeah. It depends how you want to use this stuff. So if we’re clumping it down into reals, it’s going to be good for you to say it every time, right?

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Because then we’ve got individual sections we can stick out. Sometimes we’ll say it so we have more options. The other option is like when we’re doing the longer format one, I can just draw that part and then you say like it’s a drying assessment, right? I can just switch cameras today. It’s probably for how? Because you said it three times already, right?

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Maybe continue saying it just so we have options. Yeah. I’m sorry to blow my nose. That’s okay. In the middle of talking in this recording. That’s true. Yeah, I could. But then he won’t hear it. He won’t tell me some other noise. Yes. Sorry. I feel like I’m boring into your eyes as I’m talking because I know I don’t want to limit.

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You know, That’s fine. You know, listening to what you’re saying. Yes. About this at all. I think that’s enough. I think. Yes. No, it’s okay. Yeah. I will not be offended if you look down, that’s fine. But I feel like I’m boring into your eyes just to give me a focal point. No, no, I’m okay. I’m good now.

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And, you know. Okay, so we’re talking about during an assessment. Yeah. So. So before the session. Yes. Sorry, I just got to start this one over every 20 minutes. that’s okay. So. Okay. During a pelvic floor assessment, we take a thorough history discussing what your concerns are. If you have any issues with bowel or bladder control, concerns with pain, with intercourse, what your physical activity level is, the types of things you enjoy doing as well as just kind of basic health history.

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After that, we then I’ll go through a after that I will go through a comprehensive description of what the pelvic floor is. I really find it’s important for us to understand what we are talking about. And let’s be honest, a lot of us really don’t know what the pelvic floor is or what it does, So I make sure to educate you on what the pelvic floor is.

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All of those common common signs and symptoms that we tend to experience when there is dysfunction in the pelvic floor. After that, we then go to assess your breathing patterns, your posture, your movement patterns, and then we will do an internal assessment with your consent. Of course, that is the gold standard to be able to assess the pelvic floor is by palpating those muscles.

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If we are not palpating them, we honestly don’t really know what they’re doing. So it does include an internal exam where I do wear gloves and use a basic medical grade lubricant, and that at that point we can then determine how your pelvic floor muscles are functioning, what is happening when you are contracting, what is happening when you’re trying to relax those muscles.

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If you think you’re doing a keyhole, what does that actually mean and how does it translate to your own body and then based on what we find, that is how we create and based on what we find, that is how it is right? Based on what we find. I then prescribe and walk you through a variety of exercises to help optimize your control and function and awareness of your pelvic floor.

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There is just one thing that most of us don’t know what to look for. Yes, you certainly know what I do. Yeah, so can. We were at that in another way and most people don’t know. Yes, yes, I know, I know. I got it. Yeah. It’s silly that we have to. You know what I mean. Because obviously. Yes.

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You know, but it might just be better, really. Right. Yeah. Okay. So let’s just take it from the top. So what am I talking about? No, you don’t have to take it. No, sorry. Yes, from the top. But you don’t have to go to the end. Right. Okay. All end was good. That was okay. Yeah. So talk about what happens in assessment.

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So go through the subjective history and all that stuff to know that the US will go through history and signs and symptoms and bring what brought you. Okay. So talk about that aspect and then it was where I was about the educational piece. That’s when I said that I think when I talk so go all the way up to that educational piece.

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Okay. During a pelvic floor assessment, we do a thorough history asking you a lot of questions about your pelvic floor function, including bowel and bladder control, if there’s any pain with intercourse, what your physical activities are, what you enjoy doing, if there are any issues that you experience during those activities, as well as a basic health history. After that, I then go a through a thorough and comprehensive educational piece on what your pelvic floor is, what it looks like, the anatomy of the pelvic floor, so that you can understand what we’re doing and why we’re talking about it.

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A lot of individuals don’t really know what the pelvic floor is, how it functions, where it is. And so I really find it’s important for us to understand that so that we can move forward with confidence in the rest of the assessment and treatment. And then you can combine that with the other stuff. Okay. Just so if I catch something because I know I don’t like to interrupt, you know, if you need to if you’re going to flow, But is it better if I do to say, well, maybe not, because on the end of it might be good.

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Exactly right. So if I’m in a flow, let me go and then tell me later. Yeah, that’s fine. Yeah, yeah. And that’s it. I mean, here I see in subsequent follow ups, but we know that’s a good point. Yes. Because I get that question a lot because people are like, so you reassess it once and then you’re done?

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No, actually, no. So what would a follow up look like? A follow up pelvic floor assessment. So I know. Well, I guess as we assess. Yeah. During a follow up I’ll say that yeah, during a follow up session we will reassess your pelvic floor to make sure that the exercises you have been practicing at home are actually correlating and translating into positive change in your pelvic floor.

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That does include an internal exam as well, just so that we can again make sure that things are. No, I don’t like that. So to say that. Yeah. Yeah. Working as to make sure. Yeah, yeah. let’s try and kind of core have been strengthening. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Doing okay? Yes. Okay. During the follow up session, we will review the exercises you have been doing that may include core hip or glute strengthening exercises, postural reassessment, but as well it would likely include another internal exam to make sure that the exercises you’ve been practicing at home are translating into improved functional awareness of your pelvic floor.

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And so. So what do, what, what’s our viral situation like with you and are we doing exercises in the gym? Yes. Yes. So what I probably do is actually what I didn’t know. This is kind of what I visualized. I don’t know if we’re planning on doing it though. Was almost showing what the set up of a like.

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What does it look like when an internal exam is happening without actually doing your job? Dora No, no, no. Like, you know what I mean? Like having No, you wouldn’t do that. No. So essentially, like, the patient is lying on the bed completely draped in a sheet. Right? And my hand will be hiding underneath the sheet because that’s what happens.

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And you’ll see a glove on this hand as I’m kind of like explaining things. Yes or no? I don’t know. No, no, no, no. I think leave it up to the imagination. I think I think we’re going to assume that like, comfortable. that’s that was one thing that Ali did want me to say. Is that so? If I say this now, could you cut it in somewhere where I understand and that a pelvic floor assessment is not the most exciting nor comfortable thing for most individuals.

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So I do I sorry. I understand that a an internal pelvic floor assessment is not the most comfortable scenario that we want to put ourselves in. But I do my best to make sure that you feel as comfortable as possible through the whole time. And at any point, if we need to stop or take a break, that’s you just let me know.

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And that’s absolutely fine. Yeah, I like the disclaimer, kind of like, you know, like just because let’s be honest, when you talk about doing an internal exam, people are like, what? Yeah. Okay, screw that. Yeah. Just understand that it’s not. So I thought on the whole like this, you know, showing like a virgin through like a guy, for example.

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Yes, yes. Now we’re on like a similar sort of thing. Yes. You really want people talking about like, you know, Like what? No, I’m not. You’re not seeing what I’m actually doing, but you’re like, you know, I don’t know if that matters. And to do that visual almost more, I know that’s true. Or maybe maybe I could say maybe I could say that to you.

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Is that but not. No, no, no. But yeah. So a common question that I get is if the pelvic floor assessment is a lot like a pap and let me tell you, it is much less invasive and less aggressive. So it, it you know, it’s Yeah, I don’t know. Yeah. Is that good? Should I say it again? It was good.

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But the problem was that you didn’t mention. I know, I know. Yeah. So Yeah. So a pelvic floor internal assessment is much less invasive than a pap in turning it up. And you two a common question. Yeah. A common question I get is wonder know a common question I get is, is a pelvic floor physio assessment like a pap and I can affirm for you that it is not like a pap, it is much less aggressive, you know, letting area of the cover for internal exam, appellate floor, internal exam is is similar to about a PAP but less aggressive.

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No, I don’t like aggressive. I don’t like aggressive. Less and less invasive. Only invasive is invasive. Good though. Yeah, less invasive. Yeah. Okay. It is. Yeah. Okay. A common question I get is if a pap is similar to a pelvic floor internal assessment and it is much less invasive. No. Yeah. Yeah, that’s okay. Yeah. I just feel like as to like I said, okay, it doesn’t have to be long winded right?

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Yeah. you know, so, so going back to, like, first, I’d be a lot more inclined to be like, standing outside the door and then you walk into and, you know, like the door closes, like that’s kind of. Yeah. Or like, or a visual of me, like I have my pelvic health model because again, a lot of what I do is education, right?

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And so I have like a, like a model like this, but of the pelvic floor. So like you sitting there and me just kind of going through like pretending to explain the pelvic floor. And then like in my mind it was going to be that. And then what I would then do is have, you know, kind of me assess her.

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You know, her posture, her breathing patterns that like the breathing stuff I tend to do when I while I am internally examining. So whether we do that, I fake that or take it with. Yeah. With the sheet. Yeah. Just Yeah. But the sheet over top kind of like that’s this, you know, it’s like can we just like can you just do it so well.

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So yeah, I could also do that I guess in my mind that’s how I was a vision envisioning was to kind of show a visual of what that looks like. But again, I hear you guys kind of saying, We don’t need to do that. We don’t need to go that far. Okay. I think it’s still there, but kind of doing the breath and then the core and then core exercises as well, like Dead Bug while I’m palpating or we also do like in postpartum, we do kind of like design status assessment if like abdominal separation.

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So kind of going through that doing causa. So do you want me to talk about that stuff? Okay, so I’ve already talked about the educational piece, so you could probably overlay that. I don’t need to talk about it again, I think would be my guess. Yeah, because okay, so I’ll talk about kind of common exercises that one. Like the breathing.

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The breathing stuff. Yeah. So breathing kind of stuff. Okay. All of that common exercises that I will give to individuals in order to help improve their awareness and function of their pelvic floor could include deep breathing exercises. A lot of individuals don’t actually know how to breathe appropriately and when they do, it actually is not connecting with their pelvic floor in a beneficial and functional way.

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So we make sure that you learn how to do that, utilizing various cues and visualizations to assist a pelvic treatment may also or exercises may also include your typical goals or your pelvic floor contractions to improve the strength of your pelvic floor, but also your ability to relax your pelvic floor. A lot of individuals, again, don’t understand that the quality of your release of your pelvic floor muscles is equally as important as the strength of your muscles for overall function.

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Postural assessment is a really important piece as well. We will also go over engaging your core musculature through various exercises like Bird, dog or dead bug, but again, making sure that you are engaging the muscles appropriately so they are stabilizing your body for that movement. And if you are postpartum and you are concerned about any type of abdominal separation or diet status.

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RECTI That is another thing that we assess just to make sure that you are able to engage the core musculature to stabilize for it, to stabilize for function. yeah, Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Training exercises and reading work and all that stuff. Yeah. Okay. I’m going to go. Okay. So. Okay, There are all that. All right, Done. yeah.

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Call to action. So if you are experiencing, I think like, if you are experiencing any type of habit for concerns, whether it be the to the theater book in for an assessment with me and we will get you back on your path to recovery. Yes no I would almost say like let’s do one with the other than one without the other.

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Okay. You don’t necessarily need it, but it might not be right to rehash it in case often later. Okay. Okay. So can I say so if you are experiencing now, am I allowed to say so. You could. Yeah. For this one. Right. Because it’s kind of like I’ve told you all this. So. Okay, I’m allowed to say so.

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So if you are experiencing any type of pelvic floor concern, whether it be incontinence, pain with intercourse, heaviness or pressure in your pelvic floor, difficulty engaging with your core low back, hip or pelvic pain, please give me a call and we will assess and get you back on your road to recovery. Yeah, For you. Or should I say, give me a call?

00:30:02:07 – 00:30:29:23

No, I need spoken for assessment. I didn’t say that. Don’t give me a call. Looking for an assessment. Okay. Did I repeat myself there? Okay. I need to say bowel or bladder control, Pain with intercourse, heaviness or pressure. Low back hip or pelvic pain, Core control, incontinence. That’s bowel or bladder control. Should I say incontinence? Should I say incontinence and stay?

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That’s more of a better. Yeah, a better term. Okay. So if you are experiencing any pelvic floor concerns, whether it be incontinence, difficulty engaging with your core heaviness or pressure in your pelvic floor, low back hip or pelvic pain or pain with intercourse. Book in for an assessment today and we will get you back on your road to recovery.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. And I do want to do this without the so if you are experiencing any pelvic floor concerns, looking for an assessment. Okay. So if you are experiencing any pelvic floor concerns, looking for an assessment and we will get you back on to your road to recovery. Okay, great. so back under the road to recovery.

00:31:18:19 – 00:31:44:13

Yep. It seems very pregnancy related. Okay. Okay. Right. So because, you know, if someone’s having a problem that they’re not pregnant, they’re not necessarily on a road to recovery. True. Right. Is there a way to say can I say and, and can I say something like and we’ll get you back to all those activities you enjoy and we’ll be back to all those activities you enjoyed like that.

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Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Okay. Yeah. So do I need to see that say the whole that it up again or just that second. Yeah. I don’t know. Okay. Well I mean I think that so yeah, it might be wise with both simple scenarios again. Okay so we’re using different scenarios again, one that may not be pregnancy related so to get that out.

00:32:10:06 – 00:32:34:19

Yeah. Okay. So if you are experiencing any pelvic floor concerns, whether it be low back hip or pelvic pain, incontinence, pain with intercourse, sensations of heaviness or pressure in your pelvic floor or difficulty engaging your core book in for an assessment. And we will get you back to all those activities you enjoy the same one day, same one.

00:32:34:19 – 00:32:58:17

Okay. So if you are experiencing any pelvic floor concerns, whether it be low back hip or pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, sensations of heaviness or pressure in the pelvic area, incontinence, Please give us a call. No, no, don’t give us a call with us at this time of Don’t use the sergeant. Say me. I should say us. Call book in for an assessment.

00:32:58:21 – 00:33:23:04

Yeah. Okay. So if you have any pelvic floor concerns, whether it be low back hip or pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, sensations of heaviness or pressure, incontinence, difficulty engaging your core book in for an assessment. And we will get you back to all those activities. Even joy, I almost said on the road to recovery and it was okay.

00:33:23:06 – 00:33:47:08

Okay, it wasn’t. It was a meaningful pause. So we’ll get you back to okay. So now without all the da da da. Yeah. Okay. So if you are experiencing any pelvic floor concerns, looking for an assessment and we look at you back to all the activities you enjoy right now. All right, So do we want to do the.

00:33:47:12 – 00:34:04:00

Because we’re set up here? Do you want do we want to do the video of me doing the educational piece? Yeah, but we’re here now. Okay, So I’ll go get my model, my pelvic floor model.