Offering postpartum home visits for the fourth trimester.
We firmly believe that every birthing person should see a pelvic floor physical therapist postpartum. While your OB or midwife is checking in on the healing of your uterus, incision, or other possible complications, a pelvic floor physical therapist will assess your pelvic floor muscle strength and tone, hip strength and mobility, spine mobility, diastasis recti, rib dysfunctions, and biomechanics that can impact your recovery.
Get the individualized care for the rehabilitation every birthing person needs in the 4th trimester as well as guidance to safely return to the exercise and activities you love!
Common postpartum conditions we treat:
Individualized assessment of your pelvic floor and musculoskeletal system.
Leaks with a cough, sneeze, laugh, or a strong urge are never normal.
Guidance on recovering from major abdominal surgery.
Learn to recover from any degree of tearing or episiotomy.
Physical therapy helps diastasis recti of any degree.
Pain anywhere in your pelvic floor, pelvic girdle, hips, or groin.
Low Back Pain
Just because it’s common doesn’t mean we can’t treat it.
Pain between your shoulders, chest, or neck.
Pelvic Floor Heaviness
Reduce or eliminate symptoms of prolapse.
Pain with infant care
Your new duties can wreak havoc on your musculoskeletal system.
Dyspareunia happens in upwards of 80% of women postpartum.
Return to Activity
Returning to your desired exercise, hobbies, and sports postpartum should be based on so much more than one visit 6 weeks postpartum “clearing” you. New moms should be assessed for readiness to tolerate an increase in their physical activities and then given an indvidualized exercise plan to get there.
Learn what you need to do to return to doing the things you love safely and without pain, leakage, heaviness, or further injury.
Ready to start feeling your best?
Schedule a complimentary consult using the link below.