Aches and pains are common, but do not have to be your “normal” throughout pregnancy. If you have a provider on your medical team who dismisses your discomfort and/or tells you “that’s just what happens, you’re growing a baby,” I
“Do I need to wait until I fully stop nursing, and/or wait until my postpartum hormones have returned back to pre-pregnancy levels to be able to begin pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT)?” HECK NO! You do NOT need to delay
Let’s pretend your pelvic floor is the MVP on your pelvic soccer team. It’s been told to: Never miss a practice. Never miss a training session. Always carry the team. (aka you’re doing alllll the kegels) Now let’s also pretend
We don’t yet talk openly enough about the heartache and grief that comes with miscarriage and infant loss. We also don’t yet talk openly enough about the physical changes that mama’s going through while she says good-bye to her little
Pelvic floor tear recovery vs muscle injury during sport recovery. Why these two should not be that different…
Imagine you’re training for a half marathon. You’re halfway through a training run and suddenly find yourself landing hard on the ground and grab your thigh in agonizing pain. You follow up with your orthopedic doctor and learn you’ve suffered
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