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Sound Familiar?

50-80% of pregnant women will experience back pain

10-30% of women undergoing vaginal delivery have levator ani avulsion

49% of women will develop stress urinary incontinence (SUI) within 5 years after their first vaginal delivery

76.4% of women who report SUI 3 months postpartum still suffer at 12 years postpartum

64.3% of women report sexual dysfunction in the first year following childbirth

77% of postpartum women have low back pain that interfered with daily tasks


Just because it's common doesn't mean it's normal. Pregnancy should be a joyful time, not a season riddled with pain and dysfunction. It is a misconception that pain is a "typical" part of pregnancy and that you have to wait until after delivery for relief.

  • Low back pain

  • Mid back/rib pain

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction

  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction

  • Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve entrapment

  • Hip pain

  • Education in proper posture, safe lifting and strengthening techniques

  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation for urinary/fecal incontinence, pelvic pain


So you've had a baby, and you're supposed to just "get back to normal", right? Wrong. You have regular appointments to monitor your baby's health, why not for yourself? We believe that postnatal physical therapy should be a standard practice for women, and we want to help give you the tools to feel your best, because moms matter, too.

  • Low back, mid-back and/or neck pain

  • Diastasis recti (Separation of abdominal muscles from midline)

  • Scarring

  • C-Section, episiotomy, or perineal tear

  • Clogged duct therapy

  • Pelvic floor weakness

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Urinary or fecal incontinence

  • Pelvic pain

  • Dyspareunia

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