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Postpartum Physical Therapy

Helping women heal and restore deep core and pelvic floor function postpartum and find strength in Motherhood


Why work with a pelvic health PT postpartum?

Your body underwent significant changes for 9+ months during pregnancy and you gave birth to a baby or babies. These events can take a toll on our bodies if not taken care of properly. You do not have to accept 'common' pelvic dysfunctions that occur with pregnancy/postpartum as 'normal.' I want to educate and empower you to take control of your pelvic health, improve strength, and restore function so you can be the Mom you want to be for years to come! 

Common postpartum concerns we treat: 

Diastasis recti (abdominal separation)

Abdominal/core weakness

Pelvic floor dysfunction

Postural related pain (neck, shoulder, mid back tension)

Stress urinary incontinence (leakage with coughing, sneezing, exercise)

Urinary urgency/frequency

Painful intercourse

Pelvic organ prolapse or pelvic heaviness/pressure

Low back or hip pain

SI joint pain or deep butt pain

Pelvic girdle pain

Tailbone pain


Difficulty fully emptying bladder/bowels

Return to exercise postpartum

And more!

Don't see your concern on this list?! Please reach out with questions.

Pelvic health therapy postpartum can help you with: 

Safe return to exercise (HIIT, running, Crossfit, yoga/pilates, etc.)
Improve symptoms of urine leakage
Improve constipation and bowel complaints
Improve abdominal wall and pelvic floor strength
Improve full body strength
Improve low back, hip, SI joint, or pelvic pain
Restore mobility
Improve posture
Improve painful intercourse
Improve pelvic organ prolapse symptoms

Find Strength in Motherhood.

Let's be honest, Motherhood is a sport that requires A LOT of strength. Whether it's carrying car seats, getting awkward strollers into and out of the car, wrangling toddlers, or chasing kiddos at the park, I want you to be able to do it ALL without worrying about things like pain or urine leakage.

I work with women as early as 2 weeks postpartum to optimize postpartum healing and get you set up with a plan specific to your goals and that meets you right where you are.

It's never too late to start. If you are 2+ years postpartum and not sure where to start? You're in the right place, Mama!
Postpartum doesn't stop at 6 weeks when you have your postpartum check-up.

'Common' is not the same as 'normal' when it comes to pelvic floor symptoms.

I want to help you optimize your postpartum healing and return to all the activities you love without worrying about unwanted symptoms like pain or leaking!

It's never too late to improve your pelvic health and wellness, even if you are 5, 10, or 15+ years postpartum!

You deserve to feel your best while taking care of your family!
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