Episode #44 of the MMP – Dr. Sherri Lorraine on the Pelvic Floor

“Guest Interview – Dr. Sherri Lorraine on the Pelvic Floor”

In this episode, Laura sits down with Dr. Sherri Lorraine for an interview FILLED with lightbulb moments. They dive into all things pelvic floor, from what you can do preconception and during pregnancy to help with pelvic floor recovery in the postpartum period, to rehabilitation tools, and plenty of sex talk. Just wait till you hear about the 30 second rule. If you have a pelvic floor (you do), this episode is for YOU!

Download in iTunes HERE & on Stitcher HERE!

Dr. Sherri M. Lorraine graduated with an undergraduate Health Science degree from University of Central Florida with a full Bright Futures Scholarship. Dr. Lorraine attended University of St. Augustine for a master’s degree in Physical Therapy. She continued on for a Doctorate in Physical Therapy with emphasis on the Sacro Iliac joint through the University of St. Augustine while studying in California. Dr. Lorraine worked at Shriner’s Hospital for Children Shreveport, Louisiana in the 3-D Gait Analysis Laboratory as a Doctor of Physical Therapy while acquiring her PhD in research and education.  She continued on with her education through the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Women’s Health and completed a Certificate of Achievement in CAPP-Pelvic Floor & OB Physical Therapy and her Breast Cancer Care Certificate through the KLOSE Institute. Dr. Lorraine is the only Dual Doctorate, CAPP-Pelvic Floor, OB & Breast Certified Women’s Health Physical Therapist within two counties.  This has become her sole treatment area and passion. Her motto is to support patients in “Living life to their healthiest potential”.

Edited to add: Thanks to an awesome listener (Jennifer Torborg, a PT with CAPP-PELVIC and CAPP-OB), who let me know that there are more resources! 

How to find a PT near you:

Here would be some great people to reach out for those of you in California like me:

Links and Such:
Sacroiliac Belt
Find a PT
Dr. Lorraine’s website

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By | 2018-05-16T07:39:47+00:00 April 26th, 2018|Health, Podcast|3 Comments

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  1. Jen Torborg May 6, 2018 at 6:12 pm - Reply

    There’s a ton of amazing pelvic / women’s heath PTs out there who treat women during pregnancy & postpartum. There’s probably a great, qualified PT near you… she shared quality advice & I’m so glad it’s being talked about. I am all about empowering women. But these are things being taught & accepted within the pelvic PT community so I’m not sure why she doesn’t think many others do this?! Unfortunately, I think it was a huge diservice to not share right away in the beginning how to find a PT near you:

    I’m a pelvic PT in rural,  northern WI and even in my little area there’s multiple qualified PTs within an hour radius.

    Here would be some great people to reach out to in California:

    -From a PT with CAPP-PELVIC and CAPP-OB 😉

    • Laura Bruner May 7, 2018 at 7:37 am - Reply

      Thank you for the great feedback! The more information we can put out there for women, the better. I will make sure to note this in our next episode as well. I appreciate all that you do! ♡

  2. Jen Torborg May 8, 2018 at 4:31 am - Reply

    Awesome! I’m so glad to hear that. Thank you for what YOU do!! I love that you’re bringing a voice to these important topics 🙂

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