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Pregnancy or Postpartum pelvic problems? 
Get solutions from a
Pelvic Health Physical Therapist

Bringing home baby 

How can this adorable little bundle be the start of so many problems?! While we'd do it all again in a heartbeat, the sometimes unexpected bumps in the road after bringing home a newborn can catch us off guard. Luckily, there are simple yet powerful steps you can take to get back on your feet and enjoy your new little one.


Regain the power of your pelvis.

Tummy still feeling 6 months pregnant? Worried about abdominal diastasis?

Back hurt from holding the baby, changing the baby, rocking the baby, feeding the baby, changing the baby, kissing the baby, bathing the baby, changing the baby?

Worried about sitting on your new stitches, and if you'll ever feel normal again "down there"?

Think that leaking with a sneeze is normal for a new mom?

Get the facts! And learn how to safely retrain your core, pelvic floor, and postural muscles to make caring for your new baby, and you, a breeze.

Oh the Joy!

Postpartum Recovery Session 

Did you know that in some European countries, a new mom can't leave the hospital without first being seen by a pelvic floor physical therapist? That is how important the health of your pelvic floor is for your wellbeing as a new mom.

Read how our Postpartum Recovery Session can fill the gap, and bring you the attention you deserve after giving birth. 

Whether you are 1 week or 1 year postpartum, a pelvic health recovery session can help you navigate the changes that occur after pregnancy, and get you on your way to better pelvic health!

Know a new mom or mom-to-be?

Check out our gift cards for new moms!

Cake with "Oh Baby" written on top, alluding to the challenges of the postpartum period
Mother and Baby on Floor playfully exercising together

Postpartum Readiness-to-Run Screen 

If you've recently had a baby and find yourself reaching for those running shoes, make sure your postpartum body is ready!


Having a baby can take a toll on one's core muscles, and you'll want to be sure that you give your body ample time to rebuild strength in your pelvic floor, abdominal and leg muscles before signing up for that neighborhood 5K race.

Did you know that in one recent study, 35% of postpartum runners experienced musculoskeletal pain, and 27% experienced stress incontinence on returning to running?


Stack the odds in your favor. Let a licensed pelvic physical therapist put you through evidence-based tests and measures to see if your body is ready to safely handle the rigors of running, so you can return to running in confidence. 

Sign up for our

Postpartum Readiness-to-Run Screen and get back out there, safely!

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