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Pelvicpreneur Podcast

Nov 25, 2021

Approaching pelvic floor dysfunction from the foot up is a really sensible strategy. Many clients with incontinence, prolapse and pudendal neuralgia really benefit from increasing the mobility in their forefoot because it helps improve their gait, which in turn assists in improving their pelvic floor function too. If you know you should focus more on forefoot mobility, but you're stuck for exercise ideas, or you're unsure which pieces of equipment to use with clients (because some of them seem to be just gimmicks to make us go out and buy shiny new things!), then you're going to love this week's episode. Claire is here to share her top 3 "foot tools" that she uses regularly with clients; why the best way to improve forefoot mobility actually requires no equipment at all (!); and some super useful tips on modifying the use of foot tools from someone who's been there and done it. For the ultimate experience here today, take your shoes off whilst listening and have a play around, or pop your barefoot shoes on and take a nice walk out in nature and enjoy!

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Equipment mentioned:

Yoga Tune Up balls

Lacrosse balls

Correct Toes

The Foot Collective (TFC) Wild Toe Separators

Injinji Toe Socks


Other foot-related podcast episodes:

Episode 2 - My 5+ Year Foot Pain Story

Episode 54 - The Foot + Pelvic Floor Connection

Episode 78 - Are Barefoot Shoes 100% Necessary For Pelvic Floor Clients?


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