Physiotherapy pre- and post-birth: What can we do to help? Free

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Professor Doreen McClurg discusses the impact that pregnancy has on pelvic floor muscles. Professor McClurg focuses on the treatment and prevention of issues post-birth, presenting evidence around her research into the pelvic floor.

This lecture was filmed at the "injuries in childbirth: raising awareness and restoring dignity for mothers" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of Lecture: 22nd March 2017

Length: 00:10:20

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:02:28 - Risk Factors
00:07:08 - Muscle Training
00:09:25 - Conclusion
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21:02

Dr Lisa Webber, Consultant Gynaecologist and Specialist in Reproductive Medicine, St Mary's Hospital.

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29:37

Gordon Rustin, Director of Medical Oncology, East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust. 

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23:27

Debbie Sharp, Professor of Primary Health Care, University of Bristol. 

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39:15

Gayle Davis, Wellcome Lecturer in History of Medicine, University of Edinburgh.

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21:42

Haitham Hamoda, Consultant Gynaecologist, King's College Hospital, London.

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26:44

Gillian Fletcher MBE, Antenatal Teacher and Tutor, National Childbirth Trust.

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30:54

Davor Jurkovic, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Unviersity College Hospital.

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28:00

Nick Kametas, Consultant in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics, King's College Hospital.

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54:38

Mike Blayney, Consultant Anaesthetist, Noble's Hospital, Isle of Man.

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