Do you leak a little?
Are you learning to manage a prolapse or diastasis recti?
Or stuff just feels a little different than it used to
and you’re not sure where to begin?
You’re in the right place.
Pelvic health support for parents who don't want to be limited by their diagnosis.
If you experienced physical birth trauma, pelvic floor injury such as prolapse, incontinence (leaking of anything you don’t want to be leaking), abdominal separation (diastasis recti), pelvic pain or anything else, you’re in good company.
While receiving a pelvic health diagnosis is a lonely and vulnerable experience, please know, you are not alone. These diagnoses are incredibly common and there are so many people who’s life work is to help you move forward. I am one of those people. I will also help you find anyone else you need.
Please know, CONSERVATIVE treatments (meaning, exercise, physical therapy, pessaries) are incredibly effective in treating and managing many pelvic health conditions. In most cases, surgery is not a first-line corrective for incontinence, prolapse or abdominal separation. While I am not a physical therapist, there is a lot I can do within my training and my scope of practice to support you.
I can help you:
- locate providers
- manage your symptoms while you wait for an appointment with a medical professional (in a manner consistent with most physical therapy protocols)
- provide additional support for exercise and movement during your rehabilitation
- coach you through a return to higher level activities.
You can return to exercise, sport and daily life with prolapse, incontinence (leaking of anything you don’t want to be leaking), abdominal separation (diastasis recti) and pelvic pain.
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