Getting up to pee three times a night. Wetting your pants when you sneeze. Moms know it well, and our guest this week knows how to help! Today we speak with Amy Long, a board-certified family nurse practitioner with a focus In women’s health, specially pelvic health and female urology. She's got great info for moms, so check it out! And you can find out more about Amy's work here.
Ever noticed how babies just stop eating when they're full? How can we do that?! Check out my talk with nutritionist and registered dietitian Rebecca Greer about intuitive eating and what happens when you make peace with food. If you're interested in learning more from Rebecca, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today Jena speaks with Karisa Kaye, MAMFT, the amazing marriage, family, and sex therapist. Listen in for great practical advice on enjoying sex as a mom! And if you'd like to discuss a session with Karisa, click here or call 281-309-6437.
This week we speak with Dr. Jill Krapf, an amazing Ob/Gyn who specializes in diagnosing and treating pain with sex.
Follow Jill at https://www.instagram.com/jillkrapfmd/. Learn more about her work at the Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders, the National Vulvodynia Association, and the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (on IG at https://www.instagram.com/isswshoffice).
If you’re looking for women’s health physical therapy online or in person, visit me at www.healathomephysio.com.
This week we talk with Jeanice, pelvic floor physical therapist and founder of My Pelvic Floor Muscles, about the barriers to pelvic floor health, and what we're doing to overcome those barriers.
Learn more about Jeanice's work here.
Learn more about Jena's work here.
That's the mantra of our guest this week, Dr. Danielle Watson. Tune in to hear our conversation about the ways popular understanding of motherhood needs to change, particularly in the crucial fourth trimester. Learn more about Dr. Watson here, and check out our online postpartum healing program here.
Today we hear more from Dr. Rachel McLaughlin, an OB/GYN working in Burundi, Africa, where the average number or pregnancies will blow your mind. Click here to learn more about Rachel's work and to support her.
Gráinne Donnelly is an advanced physiotherapist in pelvic health, on a mission to change how moms think about recovering after pregnancy. We're obviously all about that, and we had a great conversation about the latest research on diastasis recti, when and how to exercise postpartum, and lots more.
For more great information from Gráinne:
Check out her diastasis course: https://absolutephysio.thinkific.com/courses/diastasis-rectus-abdominis-evaluation-and-management
And her return to running guidelines, which are free to download: https://mailchi.mp/38feb9423b2d/returning-to-running-postnatal-guideline
And her youtube channel that demonstrates the load and impact tests described in this episode: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoNaBepkh5_VlenuOCkuobw
Should you force your kids to eat veggies? Should you bribe them? We've got answers, folks. Today we talk with Jennifer, mom, dietician, and creator of the wonderful Kids Eat in Color. She's got information, tips, and encouragement for you. Enjoy.
To download Jennifer's free guide, which contains four mealtime rules for helping your kids eat better (without you losing your mind), go to bitly.com/tryitguide.
And for information on the Heal at Home Moms exercise and education program, go to HealAtHomeMoms.com.
Today we talk with Madison Templeton, RDN, LDN about the importance of Mom eating right in the months after giving birth. Spoiler: it's really important. Give it a listen, and learn more about postpartum health at www.healathomemoms.com.
You need to know about Dr. Rachel McLaughlin. She's an OB/GYN and a medical missionary. Today we hear about just one of the ways she and her team are working to protect mothers in Burundi, Africa. See more right here.
Drs. Jena and Erin discuss pelvic floor issues that effect kids, and how parents and guardians can help.
To get more tips and tricks for healthier postpartum living, click here.
To hear more about bladder training, click here.
To hear more about how your diet effects your bladder, click here.
This week, we chat with the incredible Dr. Patricia McLelland (specialist in obstetrics and gynecology) about her number one rule for parenting along with the many ways nutrition, exercise, and REST impact your postpartum recovery.
To learn more about postpartum healing, click here.
To hear more about how diet effects your pelvic health, click here.
This week we talk with the incredible Dr. Patricia McLelland (specialist in obstetrics and gynecology) about the first six weeks of postpartum—what to watch out for, what to do, what not to do, and what to expect (and ask for) during your six-week checkup.
FUN FACT: Dr. McLelland delivered all three of Jena's babies!
To learn more about postpartum recovery, click here.
To hear us quiz guys on women's health, click here.
To hear more about the fourth trimester, click here.
In this quick episode, Drs. Jena and Erin discuss what you can do to soothe an irritated bladder. (Spoiler: Less coffee, more water.)
Learn more about your health and your body at www.healathomemoms.com.
In this week's excellent (and extra long) episode, we talk with Dr. Christine Sterling, an amazing ObGyn who's made it her mission to equip moms for every stage of the reproductive journey: preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum. Today, we talk about the fourth trimester, and how women can prepare themselves for that intense time in their motherhood journey.
Hear all our interviews and learn about our postpartum program right here.
Over cocktails, Drs. Jena Beise and Erin Shinkle explore the wonders of incontinence, clarify what a kegel really is, and explain how you're actually supposed to do them. Cheers.
Ready to go beyond the kegel? Explore Heal at Home Moms, Jena and Erin's postpartum exercise and healing program. www.healathomemoms.com
Diastasis Recti is a super common postpartum symptom, and it can cause all kinds of issues, from physical pain to the pain of people asking if you're pregnant when YOU'RE NOT. In this episode, we discuss how ladies with diastasis recti should start healing.
Bethany, an amazing mama, tells us the incredible story of giving birth to her fourth baby. You'll want to hear this.
We love celebrating amazing moms of all kinds, so we're super excited to share Bethany's story with you. Enjoy!