Get help throughout your pregnancy by preventing and/or treating your musculoskeletal problems and pain.
Trisha can assist you in preparing for birth by helping you learn more about your pelvic floor and what to expect during birth and recovery.
It is important to rehabilitate your abdominals and pelvic floor correctly after pregnancy with an individualized program.
It is not just about your muscles and exercises…it’s how you move and breathe that also impacts the rehabilitation of your core.
If you have a separation of your abdominal muscles, called a diastasis recti, rehabilitation of your core will also include properly fitting you for an abdominal binder.
Other Musculoskeletal Problems:
Back and neck pain, and other spinal disorders.
Extremities: hip, knee, ankle, shoulder and elbow pain.
Muscular and joint dysfunction.
Lower extremity overuse injuries.
Sport- and work-related injuries.
Musculoskeletal causes of pelvic floor dysfunction are common and are integrated into pelvic floor rehabilitation.