Having a c-section won’t save you from future pelvic floor discomfort. Dr. Marcy has all the info you need on c-sections and postpartum pelvic floor healing!
It’s the spookiest time of the year! But that doesn’t mean you should be scared of leaking pee! I’ll give you 3 workouts that will expel unwanted incontinence.
Top 10 Postpartum recovery essentials (from a Pelvic Floor PT) for a smoother, comfier, faster recovery from childbirth.
If you feel the urge to pee right after going, ‘double voiding’ could be your saving grace.
Learn how therapy can benefit you most from Alyson Hempsey, a psychotherapist, coach, wife, and mama with some great thoughts on how to “thrive in mamahood."
After 12 years of hearing the same thing from uninformed mamas, I want to give you the tools to confidently step into your next birth.
A look into how episiotomies came to be and why they are becoming less and less frequent…
Kegels are not the cure-all. Let me, a professional pelvic floor physical therapist explain why and how we can really strengthen those “down there” muscles.
Leaking urine after having a baby is common but that doesn’t mean it's normal. Read this article to learn how to stop leaking and start living.
Everyone’s postpartum recovery timeline is different, here are a couple of things you can do to speed yours up.
There’s plenty of info on taking care of a baby, these tips are all for YOU. Here are 14 tips to help you start recovering during your first 2 weeks postpartum.
Baby-wearing can be a lifesaver, but too much of anything can cause strain on your muscles. Learn how to enjoy that bonding time without wearing down your body.
What to expect and how to best prepare for and help your partner before, during, and after their c-section.
I’m a physical therapist specializing in women’s health and postpartum recovery. My work starts with setting the facts straight about the fourth trimester.
There are so many obstacles to seeing a Pelvic Floor PT in person, here’s why virtual appointments can be a great alternative.
Mamas usually spend a ton of time thinking about and packing baby essentials in their hospital bag. Here is a comprehensive list of what to bring for mom!
If you are experiencing pain “down there,” this is not uncommon, but that doesn’t mean you have to live with it. Let’s talk about what vulvodynia is, what cause
Many people really don’t know what pelvic floor physical therapists do and how we can help make your life better, so let’s talk about it!
Urinary incontinence isn’t something you just have to live with, there are ways to strengthen those pelvic floor muscles and help you hold in that urine.
For many women, sex after baby is painful. Let’s talk about why and what you can do about it. If painful sex is keeping you from fully enjoying your life, there
While there’s no way to eliminate the need for an episiotomy, there are a few ways to improve your odds for bypassing this procedure.
My goal for The Happy Mom Conference was to help attendees understand that pelvic floor health is an essential part of caring for your body.
Creating what I refer to as a “vag bag,” can make life a whole lot easier. Here’s a quick list of items you’ll need to have on hand.