HER Expert Panel Winter Roundtable

HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Improving access to care – reaching low-income mothers and families, improve collaboration in the health and wellness industry (when and where to refer), changing societal conversations and the structure of an antiquated system.

HER Expert Panel Fall Roundtable

HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Diastasis Recti and common myths, Prolapse, Endometriosis, Perimenopause, and Self-Advocating when feeling dismissed by a provider.

Pediatric Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Dr. Moses and Dr. Saunders discuss the pediatric population and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. They clearly and concisely break the discussion up into sections on the topics of daytime wetting, nighttime wetting, constipation, psychological considerations, and treatment options.

HER Expert Panel Summer Roundtable

HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Diet Trends, How Food Affects Us, Supplementation, Fasting, and Dietary Restriction.

Pelvic Health 101

Knowledge of the importance of pelvic health is on the rise, but many people still haven’t heard of pelvic therapy. Even those who are aware it exists often aren’t clear on what it is or how it can help. Dr. Lindsay Moses shares how participating in Pelvic Therapy can be life changing.

Optimizing the Pelvic Floor After Kids – April Workshop

There is so much misinformation on pelvic floor issues and pelvic floor physical therapy out there.  So many of the issues have become normalized.  It’s never normal to experience urinary incontinence or have pelvic pain with sex. Dr. Lindsay Moses & Dr. Erika Grace discuss these topics to provide accurate details.

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