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pregnancy

Pubic symphysis dysfunction

Low back pain, hip pain, sciactica

Pelvic pain

Any other pain or activity limitations which arise or worsen during pregnancy

Pregnancy Related Pain

Prenatal Exercise 

Instruction and education on safe exercise programs for all trimesters.

birth prep

Learning strategies to facilitate best birth outcomes and reduce fear in lines with your birth plan.

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postpartum

Postnatal Rehab and Return to Exercise

Appropriate for anyone at least 2 weeks postpartum

Assessing postpartum changes in pain, posture

Promote healing and optimal movement

Personalized treatment, education, and training in restoring core connection and strength

Establish exercise program for your needs and goals

Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

Defined by the decent of organs (bladder, uterus, or rectum) towards the vaginal canal

Variety of symptoms including:

  • Pelvic pressure

  • Pain/discomfort

  • Incontinence

  • Back pain, or more

Incontinence (bowel or bladder)

The loss of urine or stool is a strong sign of pelvic floor dysfunction

Diastasis RectI

See or feel a separation or bulge of the muscles down the center of your mid line

This can contribute to low back and hip pain

Low Back or Pelvic Pain

Back or pelvic pain during or after pregnancy

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Painful Intercourse

A common and untreated condition postpartum

Multi-factorial in nature, typically correlated with muscle tension

Scar pain

Tears (perineal or episiotomy)

Cesarean section

Abdominal scars

pelvic health

Painful Bladder

Pain with bladder filling or emptying, may feel like a UTI (or diagnosed with recurrent UTI)

Pelvic pain 

Vulvar Pain

Pain located externally, either local or generalized

Vulvar region (and opening of vagina)

Can be described as:

  • Irritating

  • Burning

  • Stinging

  • Raw feeling, or increased sensitivity to the area (with or without direction contact or penetration)

Constipation or Urgency

A strong urge (with or without leaking of urine or stool) 

Constipation can be the driver or consequence of pelvic floor dysfunction

orthopedics

Orthopedic Conditions

Back pain, hip pain, tailbone pain, rib pain

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