Return To Running Postnatal – Runchatlive Running Conference 2020 – Day 1.2 Emma Brockwell

Runchatlive Conference 2020 Recordings

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Presentation: “Return To Running Postnatal ”

Emma Brockwell, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist & co-author of the recently published ‘Guidelines for Return to Running Postnatal’, discusses key areas that need addressing in order to identify risk factors and contraindications. In the afternoon Q&A sessions with all the speakers in attendance, it soon became clear that Emma’s presentation was the most popular of the day, if not the entire conference! It is with great delight that we also announce that Emma has recently published her first book: ‘Why Did No One Tell Me?: How to Protect Heal and Nurture Your Body Through Motherhood’ available on

Duration: 51 minutes

Emma Brockwell is a Pelvic Health physiotherapist with particular interest in pelvic health & exercise promotion during the perinatal period. Recently co-authored ‘Return to Running Postnatal Guidelines’ for medical, fitness and health professionals, with co-authors Grainne Donnelly and Tom Goom. Also the author of recent publication: ‘Why Did No One tell Me’.

This recording is from 2020, so the information presented by the speaker may need updating. For the latest on the topic, visit Emma Brockwell’s Website

OTHER VIDEOS AVAILABLE from Runchatlive Running Conference:
Two days of presentations by ten internationally renowned experts from the world of Running Injury & Performance:
Matt Fitzgerald, Tom Goom, Trevor Prior, Alice Sanvito, Ben Cormack, Dr. Claire Minshull, Kevin Maggs, Emma Brockwell, Mike James, Nick Knight, and Dr. Jess Bruce. Find them on Runchatlive YouTube!

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Dos días de presentaciones de diez expertos de renombre internacional del mundo de ‘Running Injury & Performance’. ¡Encuéntralo en Runchatlive YouTube!


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