Free Post-Natal Screenings (until April 15th)
Get your Post-Baby Body Back to Normal!
Carrying a child for nine months and giving birth - either vaginally or through a C-section - is one of the most traumatic things the body will experience. While it's common for new mothers to experience these symptoms, it's not normal, and certainly not something you just have to live with. In many developed countries, a post-natal physical therapy visit is routine as part of the standard of care.
During your free screening, the experts at PelvicSanity will:
Screen for common post-natal issues like incontinence, painful intercourse, prolapse, pelvic pain, and more
Guide you to the next steps for your health and wellness journey
Teach you how to address or prevent low back, hip, and groin pain
Check for diastasis recti
Give tips on safely returning to exercise
Let you know what is - and is not! - normal after childbirth and during recovery
PelvicSanity is a renowned specialty clinic focusing exclusively on pelvic health. We work with mothers in dealing with common - but not normal - post-natal symptoms and allowing them to safetly return to exercise.
We believe full-length sessions are crucial to success with pelvic PT, so all appointments at PelvicSanity are an hour in length and spent entirely with a pelvic floor specialist. You’ll never be hooked up to electrodes, see an aide instead of a physical therapist, or be told to ‘just do your Kegels.’ We create a positive, calm environment for healing in private treatment rooms.
We also believe the pelvic floor can’t be treated in isolation, so your treatment will address both the pelvic floor and the external muscles that connect and influence the entire pelvis for optimal results.
"My life has truly been changed since my first treatment at PelvicSanity. I have been taken care of in the most kind, professional, and beneficial manner. I never knew I could feel this great!"
The entire core - abdominal, back, glutes, hamstrings, quads, and pelvic muscles - needs to work together to safely return to exercise