What is Diastasis Recti Postpartum?

Are you feeling like your core and belly aren't quite back to normal after baby? It's possible that diastasis recti could be to blame, but what is diastasis recti anyways? In this post we'll go over the nuts and bolts about diastasis recti. This will include what it...

What NOT to do Postpartum: A Physical Therapist’s Advice

After baby, it's easy and common to fall into focusing solely on baby while giving little thought to your own recovery. While it may be a common thing moms tend to do, it's so important to be mindful about your own recovery. Many of my posts focus on how to optimize...

Pelvic Floor Therapy and What to Expect

Maybe your doctor referred you to pelvic floor therapy or you heard about pelvic floor therapy on a pocast or TikTok. The first step is awareness, but what is pelvic floor therapy? Do you need it? And what the heck should you expect? What is Pelvic Floor Therapy?...

Postpartum Recovery Timeline: A Guide Birth to Week 2

Everyone's postpartum recovery timeline can look vastly different. Recovery can depend on a variety of factors. Pregnancy, labor, and delivery as well as your support system play a role in recovery. Read on to learn more about the first two weeks of postpartum...

Yoga for Constipation: 7 Poses to Help Ease Constipation

Constipation is an incredibly common complaint. It's one that many people chalk up to being their "normal." While bowel movements don't necessarily have a set number per day or week that is "normal," there are things about bowel movements that can give insight into...

Yoga for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Most people barely know how the pelvic floor functions or if they even have one. That is, until things start to go wrong. Our pelvic floor does a lot day-to-day to help keep our bodies functioning properly. The pelvic floor helps with bowel and bladder function,...

Sacroiliac Joint Pain in Pregnancy

What is Sacroiliac Joint Pain in Pregnancy? Sacroiliac joint pain in pregnancy is incredibly common, but what is it? The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) has been estimated to account for up to 30% of chronic low back pain in the general population. It may be a cause of pain in...

Exercises to Relieve Back Pain during Pregnancy

Back pain during pregnancy is very common. Up to 50-80% of women experience back pain during pregnancy. Most of the time back pain is not debilitating, but it can be very frustrating. This is even more true if you have another little one to chase after! On top of...

How to Reduce Back Pain after C-Section Naturally

More than likely, you experienced back pain during pregnancy. Even if it wasn't debilitating, there were probably days and nights where the achy back became annoying. You probably expected some aches and pains during pregnancy. But after a C-section? Back pain is very...

Types of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: A Guide

Pelvic floor dysfunction in general encompasses a large group of varying issues related to the pelvic floor. It's important to know the various types of pelvic floor dysfunction to help understand how to help it. These issues stem from some type of problem with the...
Pelvic Floor Therapy and What to Expect

Pelvic Floor Therapy and What to Expect

Maybe your doctor referred you to pelvic floor therapy or you heard about pelvic floor therapy on a pocast or TikTok. The first step is awareness, but what is pelvic floor therapy? Do you need it? And what the heck should you expect? What is Pelvic Floor Therapy?...

Yoga for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Yoga for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Most people barely know how the pelvic floor functions or if they even have one. That is, until things start to go wrong. Our pelvic floor does a lot day-to-day to help keep our bodies functioning properly. The pelvic floor helps with bowel and bladder function,...