Motherhood changes everything

including your pelvic and abdominal health

 

Are you pregnant or a new mom and have concerns?  Get your baby body questions answered by a maternal and pelvic health expert at Rader Pelvic Physical Therapy.

Do you have questions about your post pregnancy body? 

  • Am I OK down there?

  • What fitness activities are safe for me?

  • When can I return to running and lifting weights?

  • Do I have a diastasis recti, and what can be done about it?

  • Am I doing Kegels right?

  • Why does sex hurt now?

Common Conditions related to Childbirth

  • Diastasis Recti/Abdominal muscle laxity

  • Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD)

  • Pelvic Organ prolapse (bladder, rectum, or uterus)

  • Tailbone pain and fracture

  • Urinary incontinence

  • Overactive Bladder

  • Fecal Incontinence

  • Constipation

  • Painful sex

  • Low back pain

  • Sciatica

  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction

  • Tailbone pain

  • Pudendal neuralgia

  • Sitting pain

  • Scar rehabilitation (episiotomy, Cesarean birth)

 

Physical Therapy forMoms

Physical Therapy can help you have

  • A comfortable and physically fit Pregnancy

    • Many expecting mothers put up with back and pelvic pain, thinking it’s normal and will go away after childbirth.When pregnancy related aches and pains limit your ability to work, be social, or care for your family, physical therapy can help, sometimes even after the first visit.

  • A body physically prepared for Childbirth

    • Childbirth is one of the most strenuous events in a woman’s life.Learn exercises and stretches that will prepare your body for the marathon of labor and birth.  Prepared moms are less likely to have perineal injuries, long labors, incontinence and even diastasis recti abdominis (DRA).

  • A restored pelvic floor and core Postpartum

    • Physical Therapy after childbirth make sense.New moms should be given the opportunity to heal their strained pelvic floor and abdominal muscles.Even the American College of OB/GYN’s now recommends postpartum moms get PT to “physically recover from childbirth.”

 

Prenatal or postpartum Physical Therapy Evaluation

  • Are aches and pains from pregnancy interfering with your life?

    • Physical Therapy can help you stay healthy and active during pregnancy.  Most report pain relief starts in just 1-2 sessions. 

  • Dealing with post-partum diastasis recti, incontinence, prolapse, or painful sex?

    • Physical Therapy is an effective treatment for these conditions and is recommended by the American College of OB/GYN's

Wellness Workshops forMoms

Fit to Deliver Birth Prep  

  • Expecting a baby?Let’s get you ready for labor and delivery!

  • Attend an online workshop or have one-on-one instruction to physically prepare your body to give birth.

  • Click here to register for online Wellness workshop

  • Click here to schedule a clinic Wellness visit

  • Whatever your birth plan or birthing choices are, Dr. Rader is here to support you.

 

4th Trimester Postpartum Checkup

  • After the OB, see the Pelvic PT!

  • Whether you just had your 6 weeks postpartum checkup with the OB, or your “baby” is now a teenager, it’s never too late to recover from childbirth.

 

Other Wellness Workshops

  • Inner Fitness - Prolapse management and  “pelvic floor safe” exercise modification

  • How to Kegel - sEMG biofeedback assisted pelvic floor muscle education

  • Pain School – Pain Science Education strategies to minimize persistent pelvic pain syndromes

 
 

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GET STARTED?

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