We address pain that can come after having childbirth.
Pelvic therapy is immensely beneficial for women recovering from child birth
Childbirth can strain and weaken the pelvic floor muscles, leading to issues like incontinence, pelvic pain, or sexual dysfunction. Pelvic therapy provides a targeted approach to rehabilitate these muscles. It involves exercises designed to strengthen and improve the flexibility of the pelvic floor, which supports the uterus, bladder, and bowels. This strengthening is crucial for restoring muscle function and alleviating discomfort. Additionally, pelvic therapy can address diastasis recti, a condition where the abdominal muscles separate during pregnancy. Therapists may also use techniques like manual therapy, biofeedback, and education on posture and body mechanics to further aid recovery. By focusing on these areas, pelvic therapy helps women regain their pre-pregnancy pelvic health, enhance their physical well-being, and improve their overall quality of life post-childbirth.