Category: Academic Publication

Beyond the Musculoskeletal System: Considering Whole-Systems Readiness for Running Postpartum

Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy: January/March 2022 – Volume 46 – Issue 1 – p 48-56
(Gráinne M Donnelly, Emma Brockwell, Alan Rankin, Isabel S Moore)
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Reframing return-to-sport postpartum: the 6Rs Framework

British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2021 e-print online first.

Reframing return-to-sport postpartum: the 6Rs Framework

(Gráinne M Donnelly, Isabel S Moore, Emma Brockwell, Alan Rankin, Rosalyn Cooke)
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Self-reported symptoms in women with diastasis rectus abdominis: A systematic review – PubMed

Diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA) diagnosis via clinical examination is well defined, however, the assessment of symptoms has been less investigated. Currently, there is also scant knowledge on the consequences of DRA.

The aim of this review is to identify the relevant self-reported variables in the study of DRA in women.

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Multidisciplinary, biopsychosocial factors contributing to return to running and running related stress urinary incontinence in postpartum women

The objective of this research is to examine contributory factors behind postpartum return-to-running and return to pre-pregnancy running level, in addition to risk factors for postpartum running-related stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

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Infographic. Guidance for medical, health and fitness professionals to support women in returning to running postnatally

Running is an increasingly popular form of physical activity with many women now continuing to run throughout their pregnancies. Consequently, many women may want to return to running or take this up as part of an active lifestyle following childbirth.

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