Pregnancy is a time of incredible change for a woman’s body. As the body adjusts to support a growing baby, it can experience a wide range of physical challenges. And after childbirth, the body needs time to recover and heal. That’s where our Pregnancy and Postpartum Rehab Handbook comes in.
Our Handbook is a comprehensive guide to rehabilitating your body during and after pregnancy. We’ve designed it specifically for women who want to stay healthy, active, and pain-free during and after pregnancy. Whether you’re an athlete, a fitness enthusiast, or just someone who wants to feel her best, our Handbook can help.
The Handbook is written by our team of expert physical therapists who have years of experience working with pregnant and postpartum women. They understand the unique challenges that come with pregnancy and have developed a program that can help you overcome them.
The Handbook covers a wide range of topics, including exercises for maintaining strength and flexibility during pregnancy, preventing and treating common pregnancy-related conditions such as diastasis recti and pelvic pain, and rehabilitating your body after childbirth. We’ve also included nutrition and lifestyle advice to help you support your body during this transformative time.
Our program is designed to be safe, effective, and easy to follow. We’ve included detailed instructions and illustrations for each exercise, so you can be confident that you’re doing them correctly. And our program is flexible enough to accommodate a wide range of fitness levels and goals, so you can tailor it to your specific needs.
So whether you’re in your first trimester or your fourth, our Pregnancy and Postpartum Rehab Handbook can help you stay healthy, strong, and pain-free during and after pregnancy. Order now and take the first step towards a healthy and happy pregnancy and postpartum.
In this handbook, we cover:
What is the pelvic floor?
Common pelvic floor dysfunctions
intercourse during pregnancy
stretches to prepare for childbirth
labor and delivery positions
physical support from partner
additional exercises to prep for labor
exercises for each week postpartum
This can be a great addition to individualized evaluation by a licensed pelvic floor physical therapist.