The Bump Room Webinar Series: A whole body approach to Return to Running After Pregnancy

Third Party Event

Venue Online (zoom)
City N/A
County Kerry
Contact Hours 1.5
Event Type Lecture
Specialities Musculoskeletal Therapy, Pelvic Health & Continence, Sports Medicine
Presenter Details

Fiona graduated from University College Dublin as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2005 and has specialised in women’s health for over 10 years. How the body moves, and works is a source of fascination to her, especially the female body.
Fiona works in Kerry Physiotherapy in Killarney and runs the postnatal classes and webinars with The Bump Room.


BSc Physiotherapy UCD 2005

Postgraduatete Certificate: Continence for Physiotherapists from the University of Bradford.

MSc Evidence Based Practice from University College Cork 2013.

Research Project: Physiotherapy following Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries. Published in the ACPWH Journal. Conference Presentation: ACPWH Conference, Bristol 2013.

Certified APPI pilates instructor with specialist ante natal and postnatal training.

Lectured on DCU Nursing Masters Module: Managing Continence in Clinical Practice (2011-2012).

Refreshments Included No
Free Event No
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Contact Person Caitriona
Contact Email [email protected]
Date 27 Feb 2023 07:30 - 27 Feb 2023 21:00

**Monday 27th Feb 2023, 7.30-9pm GMT**

Female participation in running has increased in recent years. For women with young children, it is convenient, cost effective, and flexible.

A recent study by Moore et al (2021) reported 84% of women to experience musculoskeletal pain on return to running and 29% experience urinary incontinence.

***Are we preparing our women adequately for return to running post birth?

**In this webinar, you will learn about:**

✅The pelvic floor and diaphragm connection.
✅Thoracic mobility.
✅Difference between male and female runners.
✅MSK changes to the lower limb muscles and biomechanics after pregnancy.
✅Return to running load and strength tests.
✅Strategies for reducing load impact.
✅Rehab strategies to ensure our women are ready to return to running.

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