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Pregnant Belly

Far too often women are told that persistent pains and dysfunction such as incontinence are unavoidable during pregnancy. Truth is, pelvic PT can help significantly improve these during pregnancy, and with quality care, you can feel good going into labor - allowing you to focus on the  important things - like meeting your baby! Here's some common pregnancy-related conditions we treat:

  • Pelvic Pain

  • SI Joint or Low Back Pain

  • Pubic Symphysis Dysfunction

  • Incontinence/Constipation

  • Diastasis Recti (abdominal) Separation

  • Pelvic Venous Insufficiency and Vulvar Varicosities

Expecting

Congratulations! Your baby is earthside which no doubt is something incredible. Many mothers in this time however, can feel lost and overwhelmed with how to care for themselves and help start healing their bodies. We're here to help support you in this time, develop a plan to meet your goals, and help you recover safely and quickly, no matter how you delivered your baby. Here are some conditions we can help with:

  • C-section Scar Healing

  • Perineal Scar Healing

  • Dyspareunia (pain with intercourse)

  • Incontinence/Constipation

  • Diastasis Recti (abdominal) Separation

  • Low Back or Pelvic Pain

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Doula Services

Pregnancy and delivering your baby is an amazing and joyful journey, no matter what that path looks like. Doulas provide additional support during the active labor and delivery process in the following ways:

  • Physical support with position changes, massage, counter pressure, or a warm/cold compress

  • Emotional support including encouragement, reassurance, praise, and helping the birthing person and partner through fears or concerns

  • Advocacy for what the birthing person wants and assistance with communication to other provider(s)

  • Informational support with decision-making including medical procedures, use of pain medications, and understanding stages of labor

Studies show that having a doula present helps improve outcomes for both mom and baby. 

Read here for more info:  https://evidencebasedbirth.com/the-evidence-for-doulas/

With us, you'd have the unique opportunity to have the same provider in pregnancy, delivery, and postpartum.

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Other Patients

There's so much more to what pelvic floor PT can help with than caring for women who are pregnant or postpartum. We treat a variety of pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms that may affect women at any point in life including:

  • Pelvic or Abdominal Pain

  • Prolapse or Symptoms Associated like Pelvic Heaviness

  • Low back or Hip Pain

  • Incontinence/constipation

  • Pain or Difficulty with Tampon Insertion or Well Woman/Gynecologist Exams

This is by no means an inclusive list. If you still have  questions about what we treat or if we can help, please call our office for a complimentary discovery call so we can find the right care for you.

What to Expect

Initial Evaluation:

  • At your first appointment, you and your therapist will go through your history in detail to get a solid foundation in understanding how your symptoms started and where you are now. She will also examine your whole body to determine what factors are influencing your symptoms so that an individualized treatment program can be designed for you, helping you see results faster.

Treatment Sessions:

  • At each additional appointment after the initial evaluation, your therapist will review your symptoms and how they've changed since your last visit. She will evaluate progress and continue to progress you when appropriate to gain strength, decrease pain, and ultimately - get you to reach your goals.

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