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Our certified ART therapist Gigi is performing this Active Release Technique on a patient with pelvic organ prolapse, hip and low back pain. She’s helping to release her hip rotators (see our previous posts on why this is important in the management of hip and back pain as well as pelvic floor issues such as peeing in your pants when you run/jump/cough/sneeze). She had immediate relief and reported that she “didn’t feel crooked anymore”. Then we followed up our treatmen...
Posted on 2018-11-29
Guideline corerehab postpartumfitness postpartumrunning mobility prolapse hipsdontlie 
Posted on 2018-11-28
One of the biggest mistakes women make after delivering their baby 👶is go back to running or other high impact activities TOO SOON- before their pelvic floor and core are really healed. High impact includes sprinting/jog/run, jumping rope, or HIIT and mommy boot camp classes where they have you sprinting and jumping. ❇️There is so much pressure to “Get your body back” after 👶 especially on SM with all the celebrities with flat abs the day after giving birth. ❇️Women a...
Posted on 2018-11-27
Guideline healthyspine postpartumexercise prolapse #postpartumrunning
Posted on 2018-11-25
The 1st of our Guidelines for Return to Fitness & Running 🏃‍♀️ for the Post-Partum Mom (many of these will apply to you whether you’re newly post-partum or if you had your kid 30+years ago❗️) 👉Why is this important? Because pregnancy and childbirth are “traumatic”events to your body and A LOT of changes occur both during and after. This is particularly important if you’ve had tearing or an episiotomy but also if you delivered by Cesarian section. ...
Posted on 2018-11-25
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