This is common and you should not wait until your birth to get relief. In fact, some of your pain and discomfort may continue
Heavy feeling in pelvic floor at the end of the day
(Stress Incontinence -ie cough, sneeze or lifting)
(Urge Incontinence -ie feel urge, but can't get to the bathroom in time
Constipation and hemorrhoids
Back & pelvic pain - caused by joint restrictions or misalignments
Coccyx (tailbone) pain with sitting and standing
Are you wanting to learn more about birth prep?
Birth can be a long process and it is important to prepare for this physical and emotionally.
Learn more about physical demands on your body both from a strength and endurance stand point
Learn more about the demands on the pelvic floor and what you can do to prepare for birth
What exercise can I do during pregnancy?
Learn more about exercise during pregnancy and what exercise is best for you.
**New program coming soon!**
What is included in a session?
Elements frequently assessed
Upper back (rib cage) & Abdominal area: mobility, Diastasis Recti (DRA), Abdominal muscles, restriction around bladder and uterus and for healing and mobility
Pelvis: mobility, restrictions and open birth pattern
Internal Pelvic floor: muscles, scar, bladder, uterus, strength (ability to do a Kegel) concerns that may have been started during pregnancy
Learning how to move, lifting and carry to reduce pain and stress on pelvic floor, back and neck
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