pelvic floor, incontinence, low back pain, pelvic pain, abdominal pain, rectus diastasis
Available to women of any age and stage in life. Includes evaluation and individualized treatment plan based on your diagnosis. Frequency, treatments utilized, and number of sessions are based on your needs but may include education, exercise, manual treatments, visceral mobilization, and pelvic floor physical therapy.
Diagnoses treated include:
Pain with intercourse
And, just about any other pain or limitation from mid abdomen to mid thigh
Low back pain
Sacroiliac joint pain
Can be scheduled with plan to continue physical therapy or as a standalone session.
Session/hour 1: evaluation, pelvic balancing, uterine ligament balancing (if you are 37+ weeks), pelvic floor muscle balancing
Session/hour 2 with partner (or other primary support person) present: personalized labor and delivery positioning recommendations, pain relief/coping mechanisms, immediate post-partum recovery recommendations
Immediate Postpartum Care
Can be scheduled with plan to continue physical therapy or as a standalone session. To promote optimal healing and recovery from labor. Scheduled any time prior to 6 week visit with additional time allotted for baby care. Immediate postpartum visit will include physical therapy evaluation, pelvic balancing, instruction in pelvic floor muscle exercises, soft tissue mobilization, education in self mobilization for cesarean scar or perineal tear recovery as needed, rectus diastasis assessment, movement mechanics education including: feeding positions, babywearing, baby carrying, lifting, or any other movement or position you are concerned about or having difficulty with.
6 week visit
Can be scheduled with plan to continue physical therapy or as a standalone session. Includes evaluation including pelvic floor assessment. Variable services provided based on need. Visit may include soft tissue mobilization to pelvic floor, hip, and abdominal muscles, pelvic floor exercises, pelvic balancing, soft tissue mobilization for sore muscles, self mobilization for cesarean scar or perineal tear recovery, rectus diastasis assessment, visceral mobilization, movement mechanics education including: feeding positions, babywearing, baby carrying, lifting, etc.