Scenario . . . A new mom has given birth to a healthy baby boy. She is about 6 weeks post-delivery and has been able to lose her pregnancy weight fairly quickly . . . all except for that stubborn stomach area that seems to just poke out. She feels like she is several … More “Why do I still look pregnant?”
Did You Know? 36% of postpartum women will discover they have a separation of their stomach muscles. If you want to flatten out that post-delivery mummy tummy, you should go straight to the gym for a rigorous regimen of abdominal exercises, right? Wrong! Diastasis recti could be the cause of that rounded, pregnant-looking and even … More STOP! Check that belly before doing those crunches
Becoming a mother is loaded with an immense amount of change, both physically and emotionally. While a woman starts a new relationship with her body, she is also creating a connection with a vastly transformed identity and a tiny little human. Life as she knew it is no longer, and there are real feelings that … More Empowering the Mamas
Please join us for our Open House at our Bremo Road location on November 17th from 5:30PM-7:30PM. We will be raffling off a $50 gift card and Marie Chantal bear suit from 1Z 2Z 3Z, an adorable baby boutique on Patterson Avenue in Richmond, Virginia! We will also be providing free post-pregnancy assessments as part of our Postpartum Strong® program, free exercise class and … More OPEN HOUSE : COCKTAILS AND FREE POST-DELIVERY SCREENINGS!
Assists your joints and muscles Having proper posture assists in keeping our bones and joints in good alignment so that our muscles are used correctly, decreasing the abnormal wear and tear of the joint surfaces that could cause degenerative arthritis and joint pain later in life. Also, it is shown to reduce the stress on … More 3 Reasons Posture Is So Important
ICS, International Continence Society, is a registered charity with a global health focus with strives to improve the quality of life for people affected by urinary, bowel and pelvic floor disorders by advancing basic and clinical science through education, research and advocacy. Cora Huitt, PT, DPT, BCB-PMD, attended ICS’s 2015 Annual Conference in Montreal, Canada. … More ICS 2015, Montreal – International Continence Society
“After I had my second child, I really had a lot of pain in my pelvic floor . . . and I wouldn’t really know how to describe what I was feeling because it was new to me. I didn’t really have the same kind of pain the first time that I had my child. … More Every Woman Should Know . . .