Pelvic Floor Health with Mandy Rempfer-Kuncio
NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, the end of our podcast cut out, therefore we did not have a proper ending. I want to thank Mandy for taking the time to share her wealth of knowledge with our listeners.
In this episode we talk about:
- What is pelvic floor physiotherapy
- Anatomy of the pelvis
- The challenge of physiological resistance in the body
- The implications of prolonged pushing
- Biomechanics of pushing
- The benefits of prenatal physiotherapy as prevention
- The amazing ability for the body to heal
Mandy Rempfer-Kuncio is passionate about the pelvis! Creator of the Birth Better Series for childbirth preparation and a sought after speaker, Mandy is a pelvic health physiotherapist and birth doula in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Professionally, she loves serving women through her physiotherapy clinic, Nurture Her, which focuses on pre- and post-partum care (once post-partum, always post-partum!). The team at Nurture Her can help with many challenges that women face, including: incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis recti, birth injury, and pain during pregnancy or afterwards, including sexual pain. You can also find Mandy at SupportYourCore.ca where she helps bring products that support a strong core to women everywhere.
Mandy is devoted to women’s health and wellness because she too lives in a woman’s body. As a mother of three, she also intimately understands the physical challenges and joys that come along with the journey of motherhood. Mandy has a big dream for a strong world, full of strong families and strong mothers.
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