My projects - resources
Studying, researching and questioning what the science says and my patients present is my labour of love. Here are just some projects that I worked on and subsequently became a source of motivation, inspiration, discussion and my future research.
Pelvic health physiotherapy for the management of pelvic floor dysfunction in the recreationally active female
This paper was presented in English at the PelviSuisse Symposium on 20 November 2021, and in French at the Journée Scientifique PhysioGenève on 17 June 2022.
Kennaway, B. (2022) Journal of Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy, Autumn 2022, 131, 33–41.
Intégration de la méthode Pilates modifiée dans la réadaptation d’une femme active et en post-partum, souffrant d’une lésion du LCA : étude de cas
Integrating modified Pilates method in the rehabilitation of an active postpartum female with an ACL injury: A case study
Kennaway, B. (2021) Kinésithérapie, la Revue 21 (239), 21-28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kine.2021.07.009
Dr Tim Raynolds, co-author of 'Movers & Mentors' zoomed Lori Forner, Julie Wiebe, Dr Sandy Hilton and me across our three continents to discuss how passion for science in our profession influenced the way we grew (and are still growing), how twist and turns created opportunities and how we see future in pelvic health physiotherapy. I hope the podcast inspires the listerners and moves their ideas forwards.
This was the first collaborative podcast between The Pelvic Obstetrics and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (the POGP) and The Pelvic Health Podcast (Lori Forner).
In this interview Dr Gabbett and I discussed the complexity of sports performance, coaching, rehabilitation and prevention in general. However, is it possible to apply load management principles pelvic health rehabilitation / training? If interested, read on page 91 here (open access!): https://thepogp.co.uk/_userfiles/pages/files/journals/127/note1aepsf6lf1.pdf
Is pelvic floor muscle training enhanced by supplementary transversus abdominis recruitment in the treatment of female urinary incontinence? A review of the evidence and reflection on current practices
B. Kennaway and C. Carus (2020) Journal of Pelvic, Obstetrics and Gynaecological Physiotherapy. 126, 16-28.