Prenatal Rehab
Research shows that women who begin pelvic floor physical therapy at 32 weeks or earlier have better outcomes for birth and postpartum recovery. During pregnancy, the pelvic floor is shifting and changing continuously. From the increase in hormones to the weight of the baby, these muscles are stretched and can become loose. This can lead to a weak pelvic floor that leads to uncomfortable symptoms. Starting pelvic floor therapy during pregnancy is one of the best ways to decrease these issues like low back pain, pubic symphysis/pelvis pain, constipation, and urinary issues. Pelvic floor therapy can also make your birthing process and recovery easier.


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