The at your cervix podcast
At your cervix is a podcast dedicated to pelvic health. Pelvic health issues such as incontinence, pelvic pain or sexual dysfunction can affect both men and women. Shrouded in stigma, these issues are often poorly understood and considered embarrassing and taboo. As a result there is often a delay in accessing help. Gráinne Donnelly and Emma Brockwell are two pelvic health physiotherapists on a mission to myth bust, empower and educate the public and non-specialised health and fitness professionals about pelvic health. Join them as they converse honestly and authentically with a variety of interesting guests on the taboo topics others don’t discuss.
Understand why pelvic health matters
Understand how the science can guide us in optimising pelvic health
Learn a fun fact about pelvic health in each episode
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who we are
Meet The Hosts
Emma is a Specialist Physiotherapist treating all women’s health related conditions. She is particularly passionate about perinatal exercise. She co-authored the ‘Returning to Running Postnatal Guidelines’ and has presented widely about them. Emma is writing a book – Why did no-one tell me – How to protect, heal & nurture your body through Motherhood. Emma founded Oxted Ladies Run Club and co-founded Pelvic Roar. She is on the Active Pregnancy Foundation clinical advisory board and an associate member of the Perinatal Physical Activity research Group. She lead the women’s health department at London Bridge Hospital but now works in private practice.
Gráinne is an Advanced Physiotherapist and Team Lead in the NHS and private practice. Her specialist interests include diastasis recti, postnatal exercise and ultrasound imaging in pelvic health. She is currently involved in research projects in all 3 interests. She is on the Active Pregnancy Foundation clinical advisory board and is an associate member of the Perinatal Physical Activity Research Group at Canterbury Christchurch University. She is a full member of the POGP and is currently completing a masters in Advancing Healthcare. She also co-founded a non-profit cancer rehabilitation service in N. Ireland and co-authored ‘Returning to Running Postnatal Guidelines’.