Because life is better without pain in your pants
The In Your Pants podcast is an honest, open, and transparent conversation about those ‘oh so embarrassing’ and difficult topics that we only discuss behind closed doors. It's a show dedicated to debunking myths around pain, pelvic health, and sexuality.
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On today’s show we’re going all the way down under talking about prostate health and how to keep it healthy with professor, author, and men’s health physiotherapist, Craig Allingham.
Here’s what you’ll learn on today’s episode:
- The role of the prostate and how it functions
- Curative treatment options for prostate cancer
- Complications that may occur with curative treatments
- What to expect post-prostate surgery
- The importance of pelvic floor physical therapy pre and post prostate surgery
- Ways to train your pelvic muscles to help with continence control
- Active surveillance for prostate cancer
- How you can sabotage prostate cancer and stack the decks in your favor
- The effects of stress, diet, lifestyle on your prostate health
- How frequent ejaculation influences prostate health
On today’s In Your Pants podcast episode, we’re talking to Dr. Jessica Drummond about how the gut microbiome, digestive and immune health impact pelvic pain for both men and women.
In this episode you’ll learn…
- The connection between digestive issues and chronic pelvic pain
- The connection between autoimmune disease and chronic pelvic pain
- Strategies to help you relieve digestive/autoimmune issues and ease pelvic pain
- How to work with food as medicine and optimize your digestive health from nutrition to excretion; a plan to make you fall in love with food all over again.
- Other potential root causes of pelvic pain and digestive health issues
How do we get pain and why do we hurt? Annie O’Connor gives us the low down in today’s In Your Pants podcast episode.
In today’s episode, here’s what you’ll learn:
- How we get pain and why we hurt?
- How the brain is the main protector and pain is a protective mechanism
- 3 different ways the brain protects us
- Why chronic pain is so bad today?
- Annie’s most influential patient case that has changed her practice and the way she treats people in pain
- Annie’s advice for healthcare providers working with people in pain
Hope you enjoy the show!
So, what’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever wanted to know about your penis but were too afraid to ask? Fear no more because I’ve got a special episode today to quench your curiosity.
Dr. Aaron Spitz is a leading expert in male sexual health and fertility. He’s served as an assistant clinical professor at UC Irvine’s Department of Urology for 15yrs. He’s the director of male reproductive and sexual medicine at Orange County Urology Associates. He serves as the leader delegate representing all of America’s urologists to the American Medical Association and he has served as the president of the California Urological Association. Dr. Spitz has appeared on Dr. Phil and the Real Housewives of Orange County and is regularly featured expert on The Doctors.
Happy Valentine's Day all you lovers out there. I've got a special episode for you. Dr. Shawn Haywood has been helping couples thrive from business to the bedroom. She shares with us the importance of taking radical responsibility for our own feelings and experiences in life and what it means to use a blame-free practice in our relationships. This podcast episode will transform your life (and your sex drive), you don't wanna miss it.Read More
Today we’ll be debunking pain through a patient’s perspective using a pain science lens. So if you’re in pain, know someone in pain or a healthcare provider who cares for people in pain, listen up 👂because this episode’s for you.
-Information that no one is telling you
-How pain is more than just an issue in your tissues
-The most important thing you can do to help yourself live beyond pain
-What it’s like living with pain through a patient’s perspective
-That not all the answers are in science
-How choosing the right providers who listen to your story, understand pain and can explain it to you is a major game changer
-That you have permission to get back to life, to live again
-How negative language and explanations can be more harmful than helpful
-That you’re adaptable, strong, resilient and courageous despite what others have told you
-You’re not alone
-What you can do to help your recovery
-A boatload of FREE resources to supercharge your knowledge and perspective on pain