In today’s episode, Jen talks with Georgia, Women’s Health physiotherapist, about all the ins and outs of a pelvic floor examination for prolapse

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SHOWNOTES

Georgia’s is a physiotherapist who specialises in women’s health. 

Georgia’s goal is to educate as many women as she can and to have women feel supported and empowered through all stages of life. 

Georgia works in a clinic and teaches in her own Pilates business (Women’s Wellness Project), which focuses on reformer pilates with pelvic floor concerns, through pregnancy and the postnatal recovery. 

Georgia knew through her university degree that she wanted to focus on Women’s health and this is why she became a physiotherapist. Her passion for women’s health and pregnancy began as a Pilates instructor. 

Georgia found a large population of women were not thoroughly educated on their own anatomy and bodies – which left them feeling unsupported. This sparked her motivation to learn as much as she could about the pelvic floor and ways to help women physically and mentally with their recovery and pelvic floor concerns.

Website https://reformerpilatesacademy.com/

Instagram: @womenswellnessproject

Facebook: @womenswellnessproject

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