About this Consult:
Rebecca is experiencing bladder leakage when she attends CrossFit-style fitness classes.
Specifically with skipping, tuck jumps and box jumps.
Rebecca recalls her vaginal birth 2 year ago as traumatic.
Her husband was unable to be in the room while the epidural was placed and superfluous medical staff spectating as she was pushing.
Since the birth of her son, her husband was deployed for 8 months and they have moved house numerous times. This has resulted in a new job for Rebecca as well.
Rebecca has a known grade 2 bladder prolapse which is no longer bothersome for her. She does picture what this would look like when doing her pelvic floor exercises.
Rebecca is a Women’s Health Physiotherapist so she has been managing her symptoms with her own assessment and treatment.
She is also seeing a counsellor regarding her birth experience.
Rebecca feels she cannot do her pelvic floor exercises in sitting with good quality contractions at this stage, so does them in supine only.
She is trying to prioritize exercise and increase her social circle as ways to help manage anxiety and depression.
Rebecca’s goals are to be able to fully participate in her exercise classes without worry or modification.
What pattern does Rebecca demonstrate in her squats and jumps in this assessment?
What ideas does Antony bring up to help Rebecca reach her goals?
How is Rebecca feeling 2 years after her assessment?
Find out by purchasing this consult!
Who Is This Consult For?
Health and fitness professionals who have female clients, will benefit from watching this unique consultation. Whether you’re a personal trainer/coach, a physical therapist/physiotherapist, a nutritionist or anything in-between, the concepts explored in this enlightening consult can help you deliver better customised care to your clients.
What Will I Learn By Watching This Consult?
By watching the consult, you’ll see the kind of questions to ask your clients. You’ll see modelled how to go through the assessment process and how to partner with your clients instead of telling them what to do.
Most importantly, you’ll learn how to apply these principles in your own practice. It’s an awesome way to get a different learning experience, rather than just knowledge – like someone speaking over powerpoint slides. It’s like you’re there with Antony, watching him work with someone just like your clients and being able to reflect and ask questions about the consult.
Each consultation is as unique as the clients themselves. No two people are the same, so no two consults are ever the same. And no consult is ever perfect – you’ll be learning from observing mistakes as well.
Topics covered in this Consult include:
- Stress Urinary Incontinence
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Impact Loading Exercises
- Pregnancy/Postpartum up to 12 months
Concepts also covered in this Consult:
- Confusion before knowledge
- External Pelvic Floor Assessment
- Test Retest
- Do something different – change in posture, position, strategy and tension
What is included in this Consult:
- Recording of a live consult including captions, transcript and audio for your convenience
- Update videos including captions, transcript and audio for your convenience
- Reflection questions designed to help you to analyse and absorb the material on a deeper level
- Recorded webinar of “most common questions asked about the consult”
This Consult is part of The Physio Detective Consult Series
The Physio Detective Consult series aims to give health and professionals access to real consultations so that they can see what happens from start to finish. These consultations portray real-life clients – real people, real problems, real solutions.
You’ll watch as the client presents their unique challenges and see how Antony collaborates with them to overcome these struggles.
This one-of-a-kind learning model will transform the way you work with your clients.
Consults can cover a range of topics such pelvic organ prolapse, stress urinary incontinence, pregnancy & postpartum up to 12 months, pain, lifting & CrossFit, running & impact loading exercises.