Movement Course for Pelvic Health
The online course teaching better movement from head to toe. Better movement allows the pelvic floor to relax and is essential for lasting relief.
Movement - Foundations Course
Simple movements from head to toe supporting
Many patients (and their physical therapists) focus almost exclusively on the pelvic floor when treating. This can certainly help relieve symptoms, but usually the 'why' is outside the pelvic floor and symptoms continue to return. We need to find and address the underlying 'why' for lasting relief.
In this online course from Dr. Nicole Cozean, we give you tools to assess and improvement movement in 7 different areas of the body. The course includes:
✅ 7 Different Movement Techniques that all support pelvic health
✅ Full explanation of each movement and how it relates to your pelvic symptoms
✅ An overview of the pelvic floor and the interrelationship with the rest of the body
✅ Information on how to safely exercise with pelvic health issues
✅ A 25-min, full-length Pelvic Health Flow that puts all these different motions together
These are movements we do all the time with our patients, and we're really excited to be able to bring them to those outside our doors!
The entire course is offered online. You can go at your own pace, revisit your favorite movements, and see what helps you the most.
"Could rotate further on both sides, touch my toes, and when past my knees - all were improvements from the first assessment. Simple, quick moves I can easily see myself doing often!"
"These exercises are eye-opening because I’ve been dealing with groin/ hip pain on the right side for some time. No doubt these exercises will, over time, help me with my pain. Thank you!”
"I had been to other PTs, but they did not have the training or experience to help me. I highly recommend giving yourself a chance and allowing PelvicSanity to help you."
“Could rotate further on both sides, touch my toes, and when past my knees - all were improvements from the first assessment. Simple, quick moves I can easily see myself doing often!”