Treatable Postpartum Conditions
Trouble emptying bladder
Bladder pain/Interstitial cystisis
Pelvic Girdle Pain
Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD)
Sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction
Tailbone trauma from birth
Pain with sitting, standing
Pain with walking, running
Hip and groin pain
Postpartum Low Back Pain
Sciatica and pelvic nerve pain
Rectocele - prolapsed rectum
Trouble controlling gas
Constipation and bowel pain
IBS and digestive pain issues
Pelvic Pain & Abdominal Pain
Perineal scar/episiotmy care
Painful sex and genital pain
Dyspareunia and vaginismus
Vulvodynia and Vestibulitis
Abdominal nerve injury
Cesearean birth rehab
Transgender health concerns
How can Physical Therapy help
Am I OK down there? Am I healing normally?
Determine how your core and pelvic floor are recovering from vaginal or abdominal birth.
Get your questions answered and find out what's normal and what's not.
Do I have a diastasis recti?
Am I doing Kegels right or am I doing the right amount?
Do I have a prolapse?
Should my scar still hurt?
The ideal timing is 4-12 weeks postpartum, but it's never too late to heal from childbirth
Achy after having a Baby?
Stay ahead of postpartum pain by getting this hands-on tissue stretch and targeted manual therapy session
Soothe away aches and pains
Receive customized self-care tips to feel your best as your recover from childbirth
Kegels aren't cutting it after childbirth?
For those with a perineal injury due to tearing, instrumented birth, or episiotomy scars, old or new
For those with any pelvic floor weakness concerns after vaginal or Cesarean birth
Have your pelvic floor muscles assessed by an expert. Learn correct pelvic floor exercises with biofeedback.
Minimize incontinence - urinary, fecal, and gas, reduce pelvic organ prolapse symptoms. and learn correct toileting postures to making going easier
Intimacy pain - dyspareunia or vaginismus
Got a baby belly?
- For those concerned with abdominal weakness concerns after chilbirth
- Receive a combination of manual therapies and targeted core exercises
- How to heal a diastasis recti abdominis (DRA)
- Need for abdominal support (binders, braces, kinesiotaping)
- Cesarean birth recovery/abdominal scar management
Need some guidance returning to fitness after childbirth?
Most mothers take FAR LONGER than 6 weeks to truly heal from childbirth. Know your body's status.
Returning to aggressive workouts to lose weight before your body is ready can lead to orthopedic injuries and make incontinence, diastasis recti, and prolapse symptoms more likely, not less.
Learn how to modify fitness activities you already love or start a fitness routine that is safe and achievable for a busy life with a new baby.
Return to running, weight lifting, or HIIT workouts safely and stronger than ever.
Make sure your pelvic floor and core are in tip top shape as you recover from childbirth by starting a customized core and pelvic floor exercise plan to help bladder control, back pain and more.
Postpartum Pain, Incontinence, or Prolapse?
Don't put up with back and pelvic pain, thinking it will just go away or worse, a normal part of your postpartum life.
When postpartum-related aches and pains limit your ability to work, be social, or care for your family, PT can help, even after the first visit.
While a referral from your doctor or midwife is encouraged, it is not required to start physical therapy in the state of Florida. Most insurances will reimburse the cost of treatment.
See the list of treatable conditions physical therapy can help above
Want to heal faster after childbirth?
Customized pelvic floor, abdominal, low back,and breath control exercise progression to speed healing and reduce leakage, constipation, and pelvic pain
Biofeedback assisted Kegel exercise plan for pelvic floor recovery
Abdominal laxity and diastasis recti management
Babyproof your Body Learn body mechanics of child-rearing to prevent future back pain, prolapse, or incontinence. Learn how to feed, change, bathe, lift and safely carry your baby .
Safe return to exercise or initiation of a post-baby body fitness plan and progression