As a new mom, you’ve probably been told to take it easy when starting an exercise routine. And you should – your body is undergoing massive changes and needs time to heal after childbirth. But that doesn’t mean that you can never again enjoy the incredible benefits of physical activity and fitness! With proper guidanceContinue Reading »
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5 Vital Tips To Restore Your Body After Pregnancy
Becoming a mom is a unique and wonderful journey seeing your bump grow every day and looking forward to the times you’ll spend with your new baby. However, it’s important to remember that your body is doing something extraordinary. It can often take a physical toll on your body and take time to restore yourContinue Reading »
A Busy Mom’s Guide To Getting Active This Spring
The days are finally getting longer, temperatures are starting to rise and flowers are starting to bloom, it’s finally spring! For busy moms, this often means it’s time to think about getting active this spring with the kid’s soccer and baseball season and spring break upon us. As a busy mom myself, I know howContinue Reading »
Is This Normal? Common Signs Of Stress Incontinence
The other day I was working with a patient who was suffering with pelvic floor issues, and I asked if she experienced any urinary leakage.She confidently responded “No”, then a few seconds later quickly followed up with, “well, except when I cough or sneeze, but that’s normal right?”My response?It is common, but it is notContinue Reading »
How Long Does It Take To Strengthen Pelvic Floor Muscles?
Are you struggling with incontinence, pelvic pain, constipation, pain during sexual intercourse or pelvic organ prolapse that’s leaving you stressed, paranoid and frustrated that you can’t enjoy doing the things you love, with the people you love? Childbirth, trauma related injuries, surgery, obesity and nerve damage can all lead to pelvic floor dysfunction, but youContinue Reading »