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The Heal at Home Moms Podcast

26 EpisodesProduced by Jena Beise and Erin ShinkleWebsite

Life after pregnancy can be rough. That's why Jena Beise and Erin Shinkle (both doctors of physical therapy and women's health specialists) created this podcast, to help moms heal at home.

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Episode 26: Big News for Heal at Home Moms

October 19th, 2020


Dr. Jena Beise is now treating patients in their homes! In this episode, she discusses what prompted the jump from the clinic into the home. 

Episode 25: When Hooves Don't Mean Horses

September 23rd, 2020


Jena talks with Jess, one of her amazing patients, about her long search for a diagnosis and treatment that would actually ease her pelvic floor pain.

Episode 24: My Birth Story

August 15th, 2020


Jena tells the story of her first pregnancy and delivery. Her husband says some things too. 

Episode 23: What Causes Pain with Sex?

July 30th, 2020


This week we speak with Dr. Jill Krapf, an amazing Ob/Gyn who specializes in diagnosing and treating pain with sex.

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Episode 22: The Barriers to Pelvic Floor Health

July 14th, 2020


This week we talk with Jeanice, pelvic floor physical therapist and founder of My Pelvic Floor Muscles, about the barriers to pelvic floor health, and what we're doing to overcome those barriers. 

Learn more about …

Episode 21: "Being a Mom Is Not a Diagnosis"

July 1st, 2020


That's the mantra of our guest this week, Dr. Danielle Watson. Tune in to hear our conversation about the ways popular understanding of motherhood …

Episode 20: Having a Baby in Burundi

June 19th, 2020


Today we hear more from Dr. Rachel McLaughlin, an OB/GYN working in Burundi, Africa, where the average number or pregnancies will blow your mind. Click here to learn more about Rachel's work and to support her. 

Episode 19: Diving Deeper into Diastasis

June 8th, 2020


Gráinne Donnelly is an advanced physiotherapist in pelvic health, on a mission to change how moms think about recovering after pregnancy. We're obviously all about that, and we had a great conversation about the latest …

Episode 18: How to Teach Kids to Eat Well

May 3rd, 2020


Should you force your kids to eat veggies? Should you bribe them? We've got answers, folks. Today we talk with Jennifer, mom, dietician, and creator …

Episode 17: Mom's Gotta Eat

April 9th, 2020


Today we talk with Madison Templeton, RDN, LDN about the importance of Mom eating right in the months after giving birth. Spoiler: it's really important. Give it a listen, and learn more about postpartum health at

Episode 16: Protecting Mothers in Burundi, Africa

March 18th, 2020


You need to know about Dr. Rachel McLaughlin. She's an OB/GYN and a medical missionary. Today we hear about just one of the ways she and her team are working to protect mothers in Burundi, Africa. See more right here

Episode 15: Pregnancy for Athletes

February 26th, 2020


Today we speak with Lisa Ryan, a pregnancy and postpartum athleticism trainer. She has great insights for athletes who are pregnant or on the path to recovery after delivery!

Episode 14: Your Kid's Pelvic Floor

February 13th, 2020


Drs. Jena and Erin discuss pelvic floor issues that effect kids, and how parents and guardians can help.

To get more tips and tricks for healthier postpartum living, click here.

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Episode 13: Don't Let Mama Go Down

January 26th, 2020


This week, we chat with the incredible Dr. Patricia McLelland (specialist in obstetrics and gynecology) about her number one rule for parenting along …

Episode 12: The First Six Weeks of Postpartum

January 12th, 2020


This week we talk with the incredible Dr. Patricia McLelland (specialist in obstetrics and gynecology) about the first six weeks of postpartum—what …

Episode 11: How to Train Your Bladder

December 30th, 2019


Your bladder is basically a fussy toddler. This week, Jena and Erin tell you how to take charge. 

Episode 10: Be Kind to Your Bladder

December 12th, 2019


In this quick episode, Drs. Jena and Erin discuss what you can do to soothe an irritated bladder. (Spoiler: Less coffee, more water.)

Learn more about your health and your body at

Episode 9: Preparing for Your Fourth Trimester

November 27th, 2019


In this week's excellent (and extra long) episode, we talk with Dr. Christine Sterling, an amazing ObGyn who's made it her mission to equip moms for every stage of the reproductive journey: preconception, pregnancy, and …

Episode 8: Kegels and Cocktails Part Two

November 15th, 2019


Jena and Erin get specific about incontinence and how to train your bladder to stop acting so dumb. Get more postpartum tips and tricks at

Episode 7: Kegels and Cocktails Part One

October 30th, 2019


Over cocktails, Drs. Jena Beise and Erin Shinkle explore the wonders of incontinence, clarify what a kegel really is, and explain how you're actually supposed to do them. Cheers. 

Ready to go beyond the kegel? Explore …

Episode 6: Help! My Baby Split My Abs!

October 16th, 2019


Diastasis Recti is a super common postpartum symptom, and it can cause all kinds of issues, from physical pain to the pain of people asking if you're pregnant when YOU'RE NOT. In this episode, we discuss how ladies with …

Episode 4: How to Catch Your Own Baby

September 13th, 2019


Bethany, an amazing mama, tells us the incredible story of giving birth to her fourth baby. You'll want to hear this.
We love celebrating amazing moms of all kinds, so we're super excited to share Bethany's story with …

Episode 3: What Every Mom Should Know About Her Body

August 28th, 2019


If we only had a few minutes to talk to a mom about postpartum health, this is what we'd say. Find out more at

Episode 2: Quizzing Guys on Women's Health

August 14th, 2019


We quiz Jena's husband and our sound engineer on women's health, to see just how closely they've been listening!

Episode 1: When Is It Safe to Run Postpartum?

August 9th, 2019


Physical therapists Jena and Erin offer postpartum wisdom to new moms wondering when they can start running again. SPOILER ALERT: the answer is not six weeks postpartum. 

Episode 0: Changing Postpartum

August 2nd, 2019


Why did we create an online program designed by physical therapists to help women heal their bodies after pregnancy? Because nobody else was getting it done.

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