“A well-fitting shoe is very important to us all. We, of course, recommend that you get fitted for your athletic shoes at a specialty running store such as Fleet Feet. The fit specialist can ensure that the shoe is fitting properly.” says Jeff Wells, owner of Fleet Feet Sports in Richmond, Va. “In general, expect your … More The importance of a well-fitting shoe
Q: What was your awareness of how your body worked before having kids? A: “I guess I would say I was pretty aware. I’ve always been a health conscious person . . . keep track of what’s going on. I’m in the medical field, so I’m health oriented. I was exercising and had lost a … More “Why Don’t More Women Know About This!”
Come support us with your vote on February 24th as we present our Postpartum Strong® program to the public! Richmond Public Library – Main Branch – 101 E Franklin St February 24th, 2016 Doors Open to the public at 6:00pm (please arrive early!) Speakers start promptly at 7:00pm (*more event information) ____________________________________________________________ … More Come Support Postpartum Strong®!
There are many physical and social issues at the 6-week check up: feeding the baby and getting some sleep are really the only things on your mind at this time. … More Relax: Give Yourself 3 Months
Hello all, I wanted to share this article as I am aware that so many women still feel that they are part of a small group suffering from pelvic floor weakness and do not realize just how many other women are affected! As part of a women’s health PT protocol, it’s important to focus on … More You’re Not Alone! Pelvic Floor Weakness Affects Many Women
Q and A with Tovia Smith, MD : Urogynecologist : Virginia Women’s Center located in Richmond, VA Dr. Tovia smith focuses on pelvic floor disorders, such as pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, and accidental bowel leaking. http://www.virginiawomenscenter.com/staff-tovia-m-smith-md.html Q: How can we make sure postpartum care is more than a few checkups? A: The USA … More Top Questions You’ve Been Wanting to Ask a Urogynecologist