Thursday, August 08, 2013 Move Forward Radio Discusses the Effects of Pregnancy on Running Today’s episode of Move Forward Radio focused on a study published in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy examining the effects of pregnancy on the biomechanics of runners. Study coauthors Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD, and Liz Chumanov, PT, DPT, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, explain their findings and offer advice for women who want to continue to run during pregnancy and after. Also interviewed is one of the study’s participants, who shared her personal experiences of running during and after pregnancy. Move Forward Radio airs approximately twice a month. Episodes are featured and archived at MoveForwardPT.com, APTA's official consumer information website, and can be streamed online via Blog Talk Radio or downloaded as a podcast via iTunes. Recent episodes have examined stress induced urinary incontinence, pulmonary conditions, and cycling performance and injuries. APTA members are encouraged to alert their patients to the radio series and other MoveForwardPT.com resources to educate the public about the benefits of treatment by a physical therapist. Ideas for future episodes and other feedback can be e-mailed to email@example.com.