Prof. Dr. Monika Leitner

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Prof. Dr. Monika Leitner Dozentin

  • Adresse Berner Fachhochschule
    Gesundheit
    Physiotherapie
    Stadtbachstrasse 64
    3012 Bern

Lebenslauf

  • 2014 - 2017: PhD in Health Sciences (Physiotherapy), Graduate School for Health Sciences, University of Bern
  • 2011 - 2013: University course "Master of Science in Sports Physiotherapy" at the Department of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Salzburg (Austria)
  • 2008 – 2009: Certificate of Advanced Studies in "Workplace Health Management", University of Zürich/ETH Zürich
  • 2004 – 2006: University course "Master of Advanced Studies in Health and Fitness" at the Department of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Salzburg (Austria)
  • 2003 – 2004: Seminar and certificate in "Workplace Physiotherapy" ErgonPt®
  • 1994 – 1996: Training in counselling (IACP)
  • 1986 – 1989: Training in Physiotherapy at the University Hospital Graz (Austria)
  • Since 2006 Self-employed in own physiotherapy practice and in the field of workplace health promotion, freelance teacher Bern University of Applied Sciences, Department of Health Professions, Division of Physiotherapy, Bern, Switzerland
  • Since 2003 Self-employed in own physiotherapy practice and in the field of workplace health promotion, freelance teacher, self-employed
  • 1989 - 2002 Physiotherapist (also in leading positions) in clinics, hospital and medical center
  • Health promotion, Work and health, Physical activity counselling, Nordic Walking, Gymstick Master trainer, Manual triggerpoint treatment and dry needling, Rehabilitation of the female pelvic floor, clinical reasoning, Maitland manual therapy, functional kinetics

Publikationen

  • SHAW, J.M., HITCHCOCK, R., LEITNER M. (2019) Intra-abdominal Pressure and Daily Living - How a Simple Physical Measurement Can Provide Insight Into Behavior And Health, 6th International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (ICAMPAM). Maastricht, The Netherlands.

  • Alumni-BFH-Networking Meeting, 2019. Presentation "Physical activity in every day life", Bern, Switzerland

  • Pelvisuisse Symposium 2018. Keynote-Presentation "Sports and physical activity: beneficial or detrimental for the pelvic floor?", Winterthur, Switzerland

  • Xylorama-Presentation "Work-Life-Balance - Perspektives from Training and Sports" 2018. Bern University of Applied Sciences-Department Architecture, Wood and Civil Engineering, Biel, Switzerland

  • HENDRYCKS R, YANG M, HITCHCOCK R, LEITNER M, NIEDERAUER S, NYGAARD I, SHENG X, SHAW J.M. (2019): Temporal trends in trunk flexor endurance and intra-abdominal pressure in postpartum women, Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, DOI: 10.1080/09593985.2019.1686792

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, RADLINGER L. (2019) Pelvic floor muscle activity during fast voluntary contractions in continent and incontinent women. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 38(2), 625-631

  • KOENIG I, EICHELBERGER P, LEITNER M, MOSER H, KUHN A, TAEYMANS J, RADLINGER L. (2019). Pelvic floor activity patterns in women with and without stress urinary incontinence while running. (Revision submitted in Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine).

  • MOSER H, LEITNER M, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, BAEYENS JP, RADLINGER L. (2019). Pelvic floor muscle displacement during jumps in continent and incontinent women: An exploratory study. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 2019;38:2374–2382.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, BAEYENS J-P, RADLINGER L. (2018). Evaluation of pelvic floor kinematics in continent and incontinent women during running: An exploratory study. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 37(2), 609-618.

  • MOSER H, LEITNER M, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, BAEYENS J. P., RADLINGER L. (2018). Pelvic floor muscle activity during jumps in continent and incontinent women: an exploratory study. Archives of gynecology and obstetrics, 297(6), 1455-1463.

  • MOSER H, LEITNER M, BAYENS J. P., RADLINGER L. (2018). Pelvic floor muscle activity during impact activities in continent and incontinent women: a systematic review. International urogynecology journal, 29(2), 179-196.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, RADLINGER L. (2017). Evaluation of pelvic floor muscle activity during running in continent and incontinent women: An exploratory study. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 36(6), 1570-1576.

  • ELFERING A., GREBNER S., LEITNER M., HIRSCHMUELLER A., KUBOSCH E. J., BAUR H. (2017).Quantitative work demands, emotional demands, and cognitive stress symptoms in surgery nurses. Psychology, health & medicine, 22(5), 604-610.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, TAEYMANS J., KUHN A., RADLINGER L. (2015). Pelvic floor muscle displacement during voluntary and involuntary activation in continent and incontinent women: a systematic review. International Urogynecology Journal, 26(11), 1587-1598.

  • LEITNER M., SCHMID S., HILFIKER R., RADLINGER L. (2011). Test–retest reliability of vertical ground reaction forces during stair climbing in the elderly population. Gait & posture, 34(3), 421-425.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, RADLINGER L. (2019) Intra-session-reliability of pelvic floor muscle electromyography during running in continent and stress urinary incontinent women, World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Congress, Geneva, Switzerland.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, BAYENS J.P, RADLINGER L. (2017) Evaluation of pelvic floor kinematics in continent and incontinent women during running: An exploratory study. An exploratory study (Abstract), International Continence Society (ICS) 47th Annual Meeting, Florence, Italy.

  • LEITNER M, BLASIMANN A, DUBACH B, BAUR H, (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on musculoskeletal complaints of surgery staff, 3rd International Conference on Human Factors
    and Ergonomics in Healthcare, Krakau, Poland.

  • LEITNER M, SCHMID S, HILFIKER R, ROGAN S, RADLINGER L. (2011). Reliability of vertical ground reaction forces during stair climbing in the elderly population, World Confederation of Physical Therapy
    Congress 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  • BALLMER C, EICHELBERGER P, LEITNER M, MOSER H, LUGINBUEHL H, KUHN A, RADLINGER L. (2019). Electromyography of pelvic floor muscles with true differential versus faux differential electrode configuration: An exploratory study, World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Congress, Geneva, Switzerland.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, RADLINGER L. (2018). Reliability of pelvic floor muscle electromyography during running in continent and stress urinary incontinent women. International Continence Society (ICS) 48th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, USA.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, RADLINGER L. (2018). Pelvic floor muscle activity during fast voluntary contractions in continent and incontinent women. International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) Congress, Vienna, Austria.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H, EICHELBERGER P, KUHN A, BAYENS J.P, RADLINGER L. (2017). Evaluation of pelvic floor kinematics in continent and incontinent women during running, International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) Congress, Vancouver, Canada.

  • LEITNER M, MOSER H., TAEYMANS J, KUHN A, RADLINGER L. (2015). Pelvic floor muscle displacement during voluntary and involuntary activation in continent and incontinent women: a systematic Review, World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Congress, Singapore.

  • LEITNER M, SCHMID S, HILFIKER R, RADLINGER L. (2012). Test-Retest-Reliabilität vertikaler Bodenreaktionskräfte beim Treppensteigen in der älteren Bevölkerung, Physioswiss Kongress, Geneva, Switzerland.

  • LEITNER, M., 2013. Betriebliche Gesundheitsförderung – eine lohnende Investition. Beitrag in FREQUENZ, 2013

  • LEITNER, M., 2013. Masterthesis zur Erlangung des Master of Science in Sports Physiotherapy: "Test-Retest-Reliabilität vertikaler Bodenreaktionskräfte beim Treppensteigen älterer Menschen"

  • LEITNER, M., RADLINGER L. 2011. Rückentraining - was wirkt? - Was der Rücken eigentlich braucht. Die Säule

  • LEITNER, M. 2006. Masterthesis zur Erlangung des Master of Advanced Studies in Health and Fitness: „Die Bedeutung körperlicher Aktivität bei chronischen lumbalen Rückenschmerzen - Nordic Walking als therapeutische Intervention“

  • LEITNER, M. 1994. „Körperbeziehung – Die Kunst im Körper zu Hause zu sein“ IGNIS-Werkstattblätter

  • LEITNER, M. 2003. Abschlussarbeit der ErgonPt®-Ausbildung: „Multiplikatoren-Schulung PostAuto Aargau“