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  • {STRENGTH} We got you mama💙 This is strength because it’s not easy holding your hand up and saying ‘It’s dark down here, I need some help turning the light on’.
@mrs_maz_hale has shared this candid moment as she manages life with postpartum PTSD.
She wants other families to know that there is no shame in talking openly about this taboo topic, she wants to light the way for others seeking help.
This is strength. Not the picture perfect mum moments that you see on social media - the magic is in the mess 💙 
Thank you Maz💕 #peer2peer #candidmotherhood #postpartumptsd #ptsd #postpartum #mentalhealthmatters
  • {STRENGTH} We got you mama💙 This is strength because it’s not easy holding your hand up and saying ‘It’s dark down here, I need some help turning the light on’.
    @mrs_maz_hale has shared this candid moment as she manages life with postpartum PTSD.
    She wants other families to know that there is no shame in talking openly about this taboo topic, she wants to light the way for others seeking help.
    This is strength. Not the picture perfect mum moments that you see on social media - the magic is in the mess 💙
    Thank you Maz💕 #peer2peer #candidmotherhood #postpartumptsd #ptsd #postpartum #mentalhealthmatters
  • 272 27 23 December, 2018
  • Well, this is a body part that isn't supposed to be seeing the light of day! This first calf Holstein had an assisted delivery, not hard, but then she started pushing and out it came...that's when i got the phone call from dairy farm! Typically uterine prolapse in bovine is related to either some birthing trauma(causing discomfort pain and desire to strain)and/or low calcium levels, leading to a more flaccid uterus that is much more easily pushed out the back. For myself, after an epidural, i prefer getting the cow in a 'frogged position' which tips the pelvis forward, easing replacement. Once washed off and carefully replaced(easily perforated )and horns fully everted(this short-arm vet uses a 1L saline bottle as an extension to ease horn tips forward), then a Buhner suture is placed - a buried purse string - to help prevent reoccurrence. the bow tie ends are visible below bottom of vulva. Afterwards, she received a bottle of SQ calcium, oxytocin, then was up and ready to walk back to the pen with her new heifer calf! #prolapse #holstein #cowvet #vetlife #dairyfarm #vetstudent #vetschool #freshcow #emergency #messy #monday #vetmed #veterinarian #veterinarymedicine #vet #vetbr #vetsnobiety #vettech
  • Well, this is a body part that isn't supposed to be seeing the light of day! This first calf Holstein had an assisted delivery, not hard, but then she started pushing and out it came...that's when i got the phone call from dairy farm! Typically uterine prolapse in bovine is related to either some birthing trauma(causing discomfort pain and desire to strain)and/or low calcium levels, leading to a more flaccid uterus that is much more easily pushed out the back. For myself, after an epidural, i prefer getting the cow in a 'frogged position' which tips the pelvis forward, easing replacement. Once washed off and carefully replaced(easily perforated )and horns fully everted(this short-arm vet uses a 1L saline bottle as an extension to ease horn tips forward), then a Buhner suture is placed - a buried purse string - to help prevent reoccurrence. the bow tie ends are visible below bottom of vulva. Afterwards, she received a bottle of SQ calcium, oxytocin, then was up and ready to walk back to the pen with her new heifer calf! #prolapse #holstein #cowvet #vetlife #dairyfarm #vetstudent #vetschool #freshcow #emergency #messy   #monday #vetmed #veterinarian #veterinarymedicine #vet #vetbr #vetsnobiety #vettech
  • 858 121 16 January, 2018
  • THE PELVIC FLOOR ✨
📢 Let’s talk about it.  As a physiotherapist, I was alarmed at the lack of information and resources for women as they go through pregnancy & postpartum.  Specifically, there seemed to be this taboo around asking questions or asking for help regarding pelvic floor issues.  So today is the day!  Ask away! #pelvicfloor #physio #womenshealth #supportleggings #prolapse #incontinence #physicaltherapist
  • THE PELVIC FLOOR ✨
    📢 Let’s talk about it. As a physiotherapist, I was alarmed at the lack of information and resources for women as they go through pregnancy & postpartum. Specifically, there seemed to be this taboo around asking questions or asking for help regarding pelvic floor issues. So today is the day! Ask away! #pelvicfloor #physio #womenshealth #supportleggings #prolapse #incontinence #physicaltherapist
  • 936 104 15 August, 2018
  • K E E P I N G  I T  R E A L 
I’m so thrilled to have connected with @anniepfit. She’s a fellow new mama and keeps it real on insta. I think we can all agree how important that this! Thank you Annie 🙏
Check her out! And swipe to see a killer at home glute workout that’s good for pregnancy, postpartum or anytime. 
Also, Annie and I both nickname our baby girls Gigi. ❤️😍 It was destiny! 
#Repost @anniepfit ・・・
If you have a door in your house (which I pray you do lol) you can use these bands!
I did my first #postpartum glute workout and I’m so insanely sore I cringe every time I have to sit (missed that feeling)
Try this one yourself! Do 3 sets of 10 reps of one exercise before moving on to the next.
I stacked two bands for more resistance (it’s like adding weight) and they’re so practical and versatile you can literally use them anywhere.
I’ll keep the link to the bands in my bio if you wanna get them and will be posting more band workouts so stay tuuuuned!
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P.S. the last clip cracks me up every time. Sorry Gigi 😆
  • K E E P I N G I T R E A L
    I’m so thrilled to have connected with @anniepfit. She’s a fellow new mama and keeps it real on insta. I think we can all agree how important that this! Thank you Annie 🙏
    Check her out! And swipe to see a killer at home glute workout that’s good for pregnancy, postpartum or anytime.
    Also, Annie and I both nickname our baby girls Gigi. ❤️😍 It was destiny!
    #Repost @anniepfit ・・・
    If you have a door in your house (which I pray you do lol) you can use these bands!
    I did my first #postpartum glute workout and I’m so insanely sore I cringe every time I have to sit (missed that feeling)
    Try this one yourself! Do 3 sets of 10 reps of one exercise before moving on to the next.
    I stacked two bands for more resistance (it’s like adding weight) and they’re so practical and versatile you can literally use them anywhere.
    I’ll keep the link to the bands in my bio if you wanna get them and will be posting more band workouts so stay tuuuuned!
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    P.S. the last clip cracks me up every time. Sorry Gigi 😆
  • 664 20 2 December, 2018
  • P E L V I C  F L O O R  R E L E A S E 
Did you know that kegels might be bad for you if you have a tight pelvic floor? 🤭
We don’t want to make a tense muscle even more tense. We may need to release the muscle before we can strengthen it. 
Signs of a tight pelvic floor can include unexplained low back or hip pain, feeling like you have to pee all the time, painful sex, constipation or pain during or after bowel movements. 
There is SO much to say about this topic that I wrote an article on it. Link in profile to learn more. 🔝

Here are 3 releases you can do at home:

1) WISHBONE STRETCH: This targets a deep muscle called your obturator internus. It sounds like a Transformer, but it’s a deep hip rotator that’s also part of your pelvic floor (swipe to see a fun diagram!) Here you want to lift and then gently pull your legs apart like a wishbone.
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2) BUTTERFLY BREATHING: Lying on your back with soles of feet together and knees wide, inhale and visualize your pelvic floor gently opening, dropping down or “blossoming”. It’s like you’re on the ground floor and you inhale to go to the basement parking garage. Exhale back to the ground floor (no lift or “kegel”)
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3) INNER THIGH FOAM ROLL: Your adductor muscles are often tight if you have a tight pelvic floor. Releasing them as shown in the final video is a great way to release pelvic floor tension. Go slow and remember to breathe! .

NOTE: It is important for people who have unresolved low back and hip problems who also have pelvic floor problems, to seek out a pelvic floor physiotherapist assessment since their pelvic floor problems may well be the reason that their low back and hip pain is not getting better. 
ALSO - ANYONE can develop a tight pelvic floor. You don’t need to have had children to have this issue. 
Men, women, teens and even children can have tension in their pelvic floors - much like you can store tension in any muscle of the body. 
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. Here’s to pelvic health. It’s time to talk about this stuff. No more suffering silently. Please share with someone who might benefit ❤️ .
#pelvicfloor #hypertonicpelvicfloor #postpartumfitness
  • P E L V I C F L O O R R E L E A S E
    Did you know that kegels might be bad for you if you have a tight pelvic floor? 🤭
    We don’t want to make a tense muscle even more tense. We may need to release the muscle before we can strengthen it.
    Signs of a tight pelvic floor can include unexplained low back or hip pain, feeling like you have to pee all the time, painful sex, constipation or pain during or after bowel movements.
    There is SO much to say about this topic that I wrote an article on it. Link in profile to learn more. 🔝

    Here are 3 releases you can do at home:

    1) WISHBONE STRETCH: This targets a deep muscle called your obturator internus. It sounds like a Transformer, but it’s a deep hip rotator that’s also part of your pelvic floor (swipe to see a fun diagram!) Here you want to lift and then gently pull your legs apart like a wishbone.
    .
    2) BUTTERFLY BREATHING: Lying on your back with soles of feet together and knees wide, inhale and visualize your pelvic floor gently opening, dropping down or “blossoming”. It’s like you’re on the ground floor and you inhale to go to the basement parking garage. Exhale back to the ground floor (no lift or “kegel”)
    .
    3) INNER THIGH FOAM ROLL: Your adductor muscles are often tight if you have a tight pelvic floor. Releasing them as shown in the final video is a great way to release pelvic floor tension. Go slow and remember to breathe! .

    NOTE: It is important for people who have unresolved low back and hip problems who also have pelvic floor problems, to seek out a pelvic floor physiotherapist assessment since their pelvic floor problems may well be the reason that their low back and hip pain is not getting better.
    ALSO - ANYONE can develop a tight pelvic floor. You don’t need to have had children to have this issue.
    Men, women, teens and even children can have tension in their pelvic floors - much like you can store tension in any muscle of the body.
    KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. Here’s to pelvic health. It’s time to talk about this stuff. No more suffering silently. Please share with someone who might benefit ❤️ .
    #pelvicfloor #hypertonicpelvicfloor #postpartumfitness
  • 875 134 8 January, 2019
  • #pelvicstability
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@yoga_girl_london and I were so happy to finally release our postnatal guide Stength Through Yoga yesterday, but we haven't forgotten about #motherhoodmonday! So today we have shared with you a short exercise routine focussing on improving strength in the pelvic area which is especially important postpartum.
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During pregnancy, your pelvic ligaments become more lax due to hormonal changes to allow you to give birth. Ligaments and muscles both work together to keep our joints stable, which allows us to function at our optimum. When the ligaments become less efficient during and after pregnancy (particularly if you are breastfeeding due to hormones remaining in the body), the pelvic floor muscles have to work a lot harder to compensate. By strengthening the pelvic floor, you can reduce your risk of common postpartum issues such as prolapse, incontinence and low back/pelvic girdle pain. .
These exercises challenge the muscles to work in different planes of movement mimicking daily activities or sports. For example, one leg circles and hip twists are great for functional tasks such as getting in and out of bed/the car, or for hurdles and pirouettes in ballet. .
Hannah is showing the higher level version of exercises that can be performed after sign off from your GP at 6 six weeks postpartum. My version can be performed from 2 weeks after giving birth and are diastasis safe (check your abdominals aren’t doming during the exercises). Even if you haven't recently given birth (or are male!), these are still great exercises to include once or twice a week as part of a well rounded exercise plan. During the exhale, ensure that you activate your core (see Hannah's page for a reminder on how to do this and also for details on her version).
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#strengththroughyoga #sportrehab #physiotherapy #postpartum #incontinence #prolapse #diastasisrecti
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    @yoga_girl_london and I were so happy to finally release our postnatal guide Stength Through Yoga yesterday, but we haven't forgotten about #motherhoodmonday ! So today we have shared with you a short exercise routine focussing on improving strength in the pelvic area which is especially important postpartum.
    .
    During pregnancy, your pelvic ligaments become more lax due to hormonal changes to allow you to give birth. Ligaments and muscles both work together to keep our joints stable, which allows us to function at our optimum. When the ligaments become less efficient during and after pregnancy (particularly if you are breastfeeding due to hormones remaining in the body), the pelvic floor muscles have to work a lot harder to compensate. By strengthening the pelvic floor, you can reduce your risk of common postpartum issues such as prolapse, incontinence and low back/pelvic girdle pain. .
    These exercises challenge the muscles to work in different planes of movement mimicking daily activities or sports. For example, one leg circles and hip twists are great for functional tasks such as getting in and out of bed/the car, or for hurdles and pirouettes in ballet. .
    Hannah is showing the higher level version of exercises that can be performed after sign off from your GP at 6 six weeks postpartum. My version can be performed from 2 weeks after giving birth and are diastasis safe (check your abdominals aren’t doming during the exercises). Even if you haven't recently given birth (or are male!), these are still great exercises to include once or twice a week as part of a well rounded exercise plan. During the exhale, ensure that you activate your core (see Hannah's page for a reminder on how to do this and also for details on her version).
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    #strengththroughyoga #sportrehab #physiotherapy #postpartum #incontinence #prolapse #diastasisrecti
  • 225 12 15 January, 2019

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  • I had a super busy week and I was unfortunately only able to listen to a few of the #birthhealingsummit2019 interviews. I might need to invest in the All Access Pass!
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There was so much information and I wasn't able to devote my full attention, but I will be sharing a few of my thoughts from the summit interviews I listened to over the next few days.
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Why is sequence important?
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I'm not referring to the sequence of poses in a yoga class 🧘🏻‍♀️ I'm referring to the sequence in which our muscles activate when we are performing those poses (or whatever daily task, exercise or sport we are doing).
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If we do not have a brain map to a muscle, we can’t activate and strengthen that muscle‼️
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There are a variety of reasons why this occurs, injury, pregnancy, overuse, underuse, emotions, the list is endless. The “cause” isn’t important, what is important is that we understand we may not be activating the targeted muscles in any given pose 🤨
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Everyone has their own unique ways of moving and activating their muscles and this is why this work is so complex and individual! Verbal cues that work for one person could be lost on the next if they don’t have the neural muscular connections necessary to target and activate the muscle(s). It will look like they are performing the pose, but they will be using compensatory patterns to get into the “shape” of the pose and the pose becomes less effective (possibly injurious).
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Sometimes it takes some patience and curiosity to figure out how to make those connections💪🏻
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Cool, right⁉️
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I love this stuff🤓
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✅DM me if you are interested in attending a group class or private session.
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#cranbrookbc #kimberleybc #lowbackpain #restoreyourcore #diastasis #diastasisrecti #corestability #corestrength #pelvicfloor #pelvichealth #prolapse #postpartumbody #postnatal #womenshealth #strongwomen #ipreview via @preview.app
  • I had a super busy week and I was unfortunately only able to listen to a few of the #birthhealingsummit2019 interviews. I might need to invest in the All Access Pass!
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    There was so much information and I wasn't able to devote my full attention, but I will be sharing a few of my thoughts from the summit interviews I listened to over the next few days.
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    Why is sequence important?
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    I'm not referring to the sequence of poses in a yoga class 🧘🏻‍♀️ I'm referring to the sequence in which our muscles activate when we are performing those poses (or whatever daily task, exercise or sport we are doing).
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    If we do not have a brain map to a muscle, we can’t activate and strengthen that muscle‼️
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    There are a variety of reasons why this occurs, injury, pregnancy, overuse, underuse, emotions, the list is endless. The “cause” isn’t important, what is important is that we understand we may not be activating the targeted muscles in any given pose 🤨
    ⠀⠀
    Everyone has their own unique ways of moving and activating their muscles and this is why this work is so complex and individual! Verbal cues that work for one person could be lost on the next if they don’t have the neural muscular connections necessary to target and activate the muscle(s). It will look like they are performing the pose, but they will be using compensatory patterns to get into the “shape” of the pose and the pose becomes less effective (possibly injurious).
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    Sometimes it takes some patience and curiosity to figure out how to make those connections💪🏻
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    Cool, right⁉️
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    I love this stuff🤓
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    ✅DM me if you are interested in attending a group class or private session.
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    #cranbrookbc #kimberleybc #lowbackpain #restoreyourcore #diastasis #diastasisrecti #corestability #corestrength #pelvicfloor #pelvichealth #prolapse #postpartumbody #postnatal #womenshealth #strongwomen #ipreview via @preview.app
  • 5 0 5 hours ago
  • #Repost @marcialccarvalho
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👉Prolapso de órgão pélvico (POP) é definido como herniação ou queda da parede vaginal anterior ou posterior, útero ou ápice vaginal, podendo ocorrer em uma ou mais estruturas, porém o prolapso anterior (bexiga) é o mais comum.
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👉O POP causa sensação de pressão pélvica ou inchaço através da abertura vaginal e pode ser associada à🚨incontinência urinária, disfunção miccional, incontinência fecal, defecação incompleta e disfunção sexual.
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👉Causa: multifatorial, porém alguns fatores de riscos estão associados com a maior incidência de POP, como:
-Etnia (hispânicos, brancos)
-Geral (envelhecimento, paridade, obesidade,..)
-Histórico familiar
-Pressão abdominal elevada (tosse crônica, constipação, levantamento de peso)
-Parto vaginal
-Histerectomia -Gravidez
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👉Tratamento: pode ser cirúrgico ou conservador, dependendo da gravidade da POP.
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👉Estudos recentes recomendam o treinamento muscular do assoalho pélvico, associado ao fortalecimento dos músculos levantadores do ânus, como método de tratamento conservador eficaz na melhoria da função pélvica e da redução dos sintomas associados a POP.
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👉Assim, a fisioterapia pélvica ganha destaque pelo fato de ser pouco invasivo, baixo custo quando comparado à cirurgia.
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👉Procure a ajuda de um especialista! 😉
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#fisioterapia #fisioterapeuta #fisioterapiapelvica #fisiopelvica #assoalhopelvico #pelvicfloor #pelvic #pelve #prolapso #prolapse #prolapsogenital #uroginecologia #ginecologia #urologia #saudedamulher #suelopelvico #fisiourogineco
  • #Repost @marcialccarvalho
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    👉Prolapso de órgão pélvico (POP) é definido como herniação ou queda da parede vaginal anterior ou posterior, útero ou ápice vaginal, podendo ocorrer em uma ou mais estruturas, porém o prolapso anterior (bexiga) é o mais comum.
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    👉O POP causa sensação de pressão pélvica ou inchaço através da abertura vaginal e pode ser associada à🚨incontinência urinária, disfunção miccional, incontinência fecal, defecação incompleta e disfunção sexual.
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    👉Causa: multifatorial, porém alguns fatores de riscos estão associados com a maior incidência de POP, como:
    -Etnia (hispânicos, brancos)
    -Geral (envelhecimento, paridade, obesidade,..)
    -Histórico familiar
    -Pressão abdominal elevada (tosse crônica, constipação, levantamento de peso)
    -Parto vaginal
    -Histerectomia -Gravidez
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    👉Tratamento: pode ser cirúrgico ou conservador, dependendo da gravidade da POP.
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    👉Estudos recentes recomendam o treinamento muscular do assoalho pélvico, associado ao fortalecimento dos músculos levantadores do ânus, como método de tratamento conservador eficaz na melhoria da função pélvica e da redução dos sintomas associados a POP.
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    👉Assim, a fisioterapia pélvica ganha destaque pelo fato de ser pouco invasivo, baixo custo quando comparado à cirurgia.
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    👉Procure a ajuda de um especialista! 😉
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    #fisioterapia #fisioterapeuta #fisioterapiapelvica #fisiopelvica #assoalhopelvico #pelvicfloor #pelvic #pelve #prolapso #prolapse #prolapsogenital #uroginecologia #ginecologia #urologia #saudedamulher #suelopelvico #fisiourogineco
  • 4 1 6 hours ago
  • Why I workout in a sports bra! 
I would never workout topless in public, so  why do I do it on social media? Spoiler alert—I don’t do it for the likes, the crass comments, or to show off my top two visible abs. I do it because it teaches you three things. 
1️⃣Breath timing: Watch my tummy and ribs when I workout. You’ll often see them expand with air as I prepare to lift. As I exert, I exhale audibly out my mouth and my tummy goes tight. Yours should do the same. Most of us have backwards motor patterns from years of breath-holding and sucking in. The best way for me to re-train your brain, is to give you a visual cue. So always watch what my center is doing. 
2️⃣It helps teach form. A lot of postpartum women hang out in Donald Duck butt (anterior pelvic tilt). I want you to be able to see my ribs. I want you to notice how they stay down and locked, allowing me to more optimally recruit my deep abdominals. No shirt means you can see what my body is doing. 
3️⃣Normalizes postpartum. I also do it because mom bods come in all different shapes and sizes. I didn’t “bounce back.” I have twinskin for days. But this is my body and I know a lot of you can relate. How defeating if we only see women in their perfect exterior. I want to show that you can be strong and functional even if you don’t have a matching outfit and visible six pack. 
My neighbor is working through the program on my app (link in bio). She said everything “clicked” when she watched my tummy. Yessss! She is 35 years postpartum and the light just went off for her by watching my tummy. And I was like yeah—this is why I rock this twin mama belly to 37k people daily. 🤣🤣 I recommend everyone watch themselves in a mirror. You body is the best source of feed back. It can help you connect to all those muscles you’ve long been ignoring. And hey, maybe it will start a revolution. 🙌🏽 I mean, men go topless all the time with no thought to it—big hairy bellies and all. Just saying. 
#getmomstrong #showyourbelly #mombod #mommytummy #mumtum #takebackpostpartum #postpartumfitness #diastasisrecti #bodyafterbaby #momsofig
  • Why I workout in a sports bra!
    I would never workout topless in public, so why do I do it on social media? Spoiler alert—I don’t do it for the likes, the crass comments, or to show off my top two visible abs. I do it because it teaches you three things.
    1️⃣Breath timing: Watch my tummy and ribs when I workout. You’ll often see them expand with air as I prepare to lift. As I exert, I exhale audibly out my mouth and my tummy goes tight. Yours should do the same. Most of us have backwards motor patterns from years of breath-holding and sucking in. The best way for me to re-train your brain, is to give you a visual cue. So always watch what my center is doing.
    2️⃣It helps teach form. A lot of postpartum women hang out in Donald Duck butt (anterior pelvic tilt). I want you to be able to see my ribs. I want you to notice how they stay down and locked, allowing me to more optimally recruit my deep abdominals. No shirt means you can see what my body is doing.
    3️⃣Normalizes postpartum. I also do it because mom bods come in all different shapes and sizes. I didn’t “bounce back.” I have twinskin for days. But this is my body and I know a lot of you can relate. How defeating if we only see women in their perfect exterior. I want to show that you can be strong and functional even if you don’t have a matching outfit and visible six pack.
    My neighbor is working through the program on my app (link in bio). She said everything “clicked” when she watched my tummy. Yessss! She is 35 years postpartum and the light just went off for her by watching my tummy. And I was like yeah—this is why I rock this twin mama belly to 37k people daily. 🤣🤣 I recommend everyone watch themselves in a mirror. You body is the best source of feed back. It can help you connect to all those muscles you’ve long been ignoring. And hey, maybe it will start a revolution. 🙌🏽 I mean, men go topless all the time with no thought to it—big hairy bellies and all. Just saying.
    #getmomstrong #showyourbelly #mombod #mommytummy #mumtum #takebackpostpartum #postpartumfitness #diastasisrecti #bodyafterbaby #momsofig
  • 270 33 7 hours ago
  • There are 2 types of muscles and 3 layers in the pelvic floor.  We can call that a double-triple in basketball terms.  Here is what you need to know:
👉70% is the slow twitch (type I)  These are the stabilizers that help provide the pelvis and organs with support 👉The other 30% are the fast, type II fibers that help with bladder/bowel function and sexual function 
Why is this important??
👉You need to know how to train and connect with both 👉There are different verbal and visual cues to help activate both types 
Different cues work better for different people.  If you are having difficulty locating both find a pelvic health specialist near you.

#pelvicpt #keepmoving #healthymom #kegel #bladdercontrol #strongmom #sexualfunction #prolapse #backpain
  • There are 2 types of muscles and 3 layers in the pelvic floor. We can call that a double-triple in basketball terms. Here is what you need to know:
    👉70% is the slow twitch (type I) These are the stabilizers that help provide the pelvis and organs with support 👉The other 30% are the fast, type II fibers that help with bladder/bowel function and sexual function
    Why is this important??
    👉You need to know how to train and connect with both 👉There are different verbal and visual cues to help activate both types
    Different cues work better for different people. If you are having difficulty locating both find a pelvic health specialist near you.

    #pelvicpt #keepmoving #healthymom #kegel #bladdercontrol #strongmom #sexualfunction #prolapse #backpain
  • 12 2 7 hours ago
  • Movement always came naturally to me. It was sort of my inner language or dialogue even before I could talk as a kid. I was expressive with my body and only my mom knew exactly what I wanted or needed. 
I loved performing and feeling the movement within my body. That’s all before my first pregnancy. I had to relearn how to access my body’s natural language. It took me years to relearn how my arms and my transversus abdominals (the deepest corset like muscle) wire together and how my incontinence was directly related to my shoulder mobility or lack there of due to years of carrying babies. The freedom that mobility can give us is inspiring. It brings smile to people’s faces. It establishes hope within our tissue and strengthens our belief in ourselves  #birthingamother .
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#riikkawilsonmovement #mobility #incontinence #postpartumbody #diastasisrecti #prolapse #shouldergirdle #strength
  • Movement always came naturally to me. It was sort of my inner language or dialogue even before I could talk as a kid. I was expressive with my body and only my mom knew exactly what I wanted or needed.
    I loved performing and feeling the movement within my body. That’s all before my first pregnancy. I had to relearn how to access my body’s natural language. It took me years to relearn how my arms and my transversus abdominals (the deepest corset like muscle) wire together and how my incontinence was directly related to my shoulder mobility or lack there of due to years of carrying babies. The freedom that mobility can give us is inspiring. It brings smile to people’s faces. It establishes hope within our tissue and strengthens our belief in ourselves #birthingamother .
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    #riikkawilsonmovement #mobility #incontinence #postpartumbody #diastasisrecti #prolapse #shouldergirdle #strength
  • 12 0 7 hours ago
  • ❇️AMIGAS❇️ Todas tenemos aunque sea un grupo o una amiga con la que nos reímos hasta que nos duele la panza y podemos hablar de todo. ¿No?
Y acá viene el tema de hoy... Alguna vez hablaste con tus amigas de tus problemas de Piso Pélvico? Dolor, prolapso, escapes de pis.... Son temas que le pasan a muchísimas mujeres.
❇️ En una encuesta de SOKAP de 1818 personas que contestaron, 92% mujeres, 6 de cada 10 tuvieron alguna vez una pérdida de orina. 😱
❇️ En general cuando alguna se anima a hablar, a "confesar", o simplemente saca el tema aunque no le pase, el resto del grupo se anima a hablar.🤐
❇️ Muchas lo toman como algo normal porque es común que pase. Pero COMÚN y NORMAL no es lo mismo. 🙃
❇️ Muchas no consultan porque piensan que la única solución es quirúrgica, y algunas no conocen ni siquiera esa "solución". 👷‍♀️
👁️ Ojo! Hay mucho que puede hacerse. La rehabilitación de Piso Pélvico es la primer línea de intervención, con excelentes resultados en muchos de los casos y en otros disminuyendo los síntomas o mejorando los resultados post quirúrgicos a largo plazo (que la cirugía tenga efecto beneficioso durante tiempo más prolongado). 🤸‍♀️
🆘 Podemos ayudarte!!!
💪 Animate a charlarlo con tus amigas, hacerles conocer que existe una opción, que e los protectores diarios o los de incontinencia son solo un paliativo.
💃Recupera tu vida!
📳 Escribinos por WhatsApp o Llamanos para hacernos tu consulta o reservar un turno!
1536922725 / 1530263434 / 48010060
kinesiomujer@gmail.com
www.kinesiomujer.com.ar
@kinesiologiamujer
#amigas #tematabu #tabu #incontinencia #confesioneshot #charlaconamigas #pisopelvico #rehabilitacionfemenina #prolapso #vaginismo #dispareunia #vulvodinia #vaginismus #vulvodynia #prolapse
  • ❇️AMIGAS❇️ Todas tenemos aunque sea un grupo o una amiga con la que nos reímos hasta que nos duele la panza y podemos hablar de todo. ¿No?
    Y acá viene el tema de hoy... Alguna vez hablaste con tus amigas de tus problemas de Piso Pélvico? Dolor, prolapso, escapes de pis.... Son temas que le pasan a muchísimas mujeres.
    ❇️ En una encuesta de SOKAP de 1818 personas que contestaron, 92% mujeres, 6 de cada 10 tuvieron alguna vez una pérdida de orina. 😱
    ❇️ En general cuando alguna se anima a hablar, a "confesar", o simplemente saca el tema aunque no le pase, el resto del grupo se anima a hablar.🤐
    ❇️ Muchas lo toman como algo normal porque es común que pase. Pero COMÚN y NORMAL no es lo mismo. 🙃
    ❇️ Muchas no consultan porque piensan que la única solución es quirúrgica, y algunas no conocen ni siquiera esa "solución". 👷‍♀️
    👁️ Ojo! Hay mucho que puede hacerse. La rehabilitación de Piso Pélvico es la primer línea de intervención, con excelentes resultados en muchos de los casos y en otros disminuyendo los síntomas o mejorando los resultados post quirúrgicos a largo plazo (que la cirugía tenga efecto beneficioso durante tiempo más prolongado). 🤸‍♀️
    🆘 Podemos ayudarte!!!
    💪 Animate a charlarlo con tus amigas, hacerles conocer que existe una opción, que e los protectores diarios o los de incontinencia son solo un paliativo.
    💃Recupera tu vida!
    📳 Escribinos por WhatsApp o Llamanos para hacernos tu consulta o reservar un turno!
    1536922725 / 1530263434 / 48010060
    kinesiomujer@gmail.com
    www.kinesiomujer.com.ar
    @kinesiologiamujer
    #amigas #tematabu #tabu #incontinencia #confesioneshot #charlaconamigas #pisopelvico #rehabilitacionfemenina #prolapso #vaginismo #dispareunia #vulvodinia #vaginismus #vulvodynia #prolapse
  • 8 0 7 hours ago
  • Let’s talk PROLAPSE

A pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is the descent of one or more organs into the vagina due to poor connective tissue and muscle support.

What organs can descend from their correct position? The bladder, urethra, uterus (or “vault” if you have had a hysterectomy), and/or the rectum.

Symptoms can include sensation of a bulge, heaviness or pressure, lower back or abdominal discomfort, and incomplete emptying of the bladder/bowel.

Risk factors include pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, obesity, chronic constipation and straining, or pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.

A pelvic floor physiotherapist can assess and diagnose a POP👩‍⚕️, and teach you how to improve the support with your muscles💪 , while modifying any habits to decrease pressure downwards ⬇️ (like straining on the toilet 🚽). Pelvic floor physio can teach you to protect your POP to prevent it from getting worse, and sometimes even improve it 👍🏻
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#knowledgeispower #themoreyouknow #pelvicorganprolapse #prolapse #cystocele #rectocele #intraabdominalpressure #pelvicfloormuscletraining #pfmt #kingstonpelvichealth #pelvicfloorphysio
  • Let’s talk PROLAPSE

    A pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is the descent of one or more organs into the vagina due to poor connective tissue and muscle support.

    What organs can descend from their correct position? The bladder, urethra, uterus (or “vault” if you have had a hysterectomy), and/or the rectum.

    Symptoms can include sensation of a bulge, heaviness or pressure, lower back or abdominal discomfort, and incomplete emptying of the bladder/bowel.

    Risk factors include pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, obesity, chronic constipation and straining, or pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.

    A pelvic floor physiotherapist can assess and diagnose a POP👩‍⚕️, and teach you how to improve the support with your muscles💪 , while modifying any habits to decrease pressure downwards ⬇️ (like straining on the toilet 🚽). Pelvic floor physio can teach you to protect your POP to prevent it from getting worse, and sometimes even improve it 👍🏻
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    #knowledgeispower #themoreyouknow #pelvicorganprolapse #prolapse #cystocele #rectocele #intraabdominalpressure #pelvicfloormuscletraining #pfmt #kingstonpelvichealth #pelvicfloorphysio
  • 9 0 8 hours ago
  • Squeezing your vag and doing kegels til the cows 🐄 come home is not always the right approach for dealing with leak pee or other pelvic issues - in fact, many people are dealing with pelvic floor muscles that are TOO TIGHT so kegels eventually make it worse! 😩😩😩
Join my May Restore Your Core 4-week series to learn a better approach (link in bio or at www.tracyseidermovement.com) - or DM me to find out more and to buy the online RYC™ program. 
In the meantime read what RYC™ creator and my awesome teacher/mentor says
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Reposted from @thelaurenohayon -  Did you know? Squeezing your vagina doesn’t make it stronger? It just gives it more tone. Did you also know: more tone isn’t always ideal. It’s just more. And finally: the majority of my clients who jump, sneeze, run and leak pee have a too tight vag.
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Does real tight equal better sex? Nope. Blood flow does. Too tight is less blood flow.
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Let’s go for just right. Next time someone tells you to do your kegels- smile and nod. But maybe skip them.
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Be empowered. Educated. Know the facts.
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 #postpartum #postpartumfitness #postpartumbody #momlife #pelvicfloordysfunction #pelvicfloorexercises #restoreyourcore #diastasisrecti #coreworkout - #regrann
  • Squeezing your vag and doing kegels til the cows 🐄 come home is not always the right approach for dealing with leak pee or other pelvic issues - in fact, many people are dealing with pelvic floor muscles that are TOO TIGHT so kegels eventually make it worse! 😩😩😩
    Join my May Restore Your Core 4-week series to learn a better approach (link in bio or at www.tracyseidermovement.com) - or DM me to find out more and to buy the online RYC™ program.
    In the meantime read what RYC™ creator and my awesome teacher/mentor says
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    Reposted from @thelaurenohayon - Did you know? Squeezing your vagina doesn’t make it stronger? It just gives it more tone. Did you also know: more tone isn’t always ideal. It’s just more. And finally: the majority of my clients who jump, sneeze, run and leak pee have a too tight vag.
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    Does real tight equal better sex? Nope. Blood flow does. Too tight is less blood flow.
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    Let’s go for just right. Next time someone tells you to do your kegels- smile and nod. But maybe skip them.
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    Be empowered. Educated. Know the facts.
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    #postpartum #postpartumfitness #postpartumbody #momlife #pelvicfloordysfunction #pelvicfloorexercises #restoreyourcore #diastasisrecti #coreworkout - #regrann
  • 19 5 9 hours ago
  • My kids are amazing!!! Don’t get me wrong they can be feral little shit bags on occasions but when I need them to be good and help out, they normally are. I’m no super mum and certainly am not bragging but just want you to know how much I appreciate them. 
Granny has gone home now which leaves me with the kiddos and they never fail to amaze me! There are some people I’m sure that would expect certain things from their own kids and there will be others that do pretty much everything for theirs, everyone parents differently but I’m feeling pretty proud of mine right now. 
They’re currently naked with a bucket of water in the garden but they have brought washing baskets downstairs for me, made cupcakes and cleaned up after, tidied the lounge and lastly I have just been handed a piping hot cup of tea with one of the cakes they’ve freshly made. 
There are days that they drive me fucking crazy and I’m counting down the hours til bedtime but when it comes down to it, I know I’ve raised fucking good children #prolapsehiddenshame #hysterectomyrecovery #prolapse #prolapseawareness #prolapserecovery #pelvicorganprolapse #pelvicorganprolapseawareness #pelvicorganprolapserecovery #goodkids #mylittleshits #ilovemykids #hotcuppa #cupoftea #tea #yorkshiretea
  • My kids are amazing!!! Don’t get me wrong they can be feral little shit bags on occasions but when I need them to be good and help out, they normally are. I’m no super mum and certainly am not bragging but just want you to know how much I appreciate them.
    Granny has gone home now which leaves me with the kiddos and they never fail to amaze me! There are some people I’m sure that would expect certain things from their own kids and there will be others that do pretty much everything for theirs, everyone parents differently but I’m feeling pretty proud of mine right now.
    They’re currently naked with a bucket of water in the garden but they have brought washing baskets downstairs for me, made cupcakes and cleaned up after, tidied the lounge and lastly I have just been handed a piping hot cup of tea with one of the cakes they’ve freshly made.
    There are days that they drive me fucking crazy and I’m counting down the hours til bedtime but when it comes down to it, I know I’ve raised fucking good children #prolapsehiddenshame #hysterectomyrecovery #prolapse #prolapseawareness #prolapserecovery #pelvicorganprolapse #pelvicorganprolapseawareness #pelvicorganprolapserecovery #goodkids #mylittleshits #ilovemykids #hotcuppa #cupoftea #tea #yorkshiretea
  • 9 0 9 hours ago
  • "For the sake of being able to do a star jump without pi$$ing yourself, then this is something you should look to do"

Amen to this #Repost from straight talking @jamessmithpt

The pressure new Mums feel to "get their body back" seems immense ...but rush in too soon, without building the right foundations & the body you get may not be what you want after all.

As James says, pelvic floor dysfunction & prolapse can often lay symptomless, or be easily ignored for a time....but it doesn't go away & doesn't "fix itself". Female Health physios & specialist coaches such as myself & other @holisticcorerestore coaches help you lay those foundations & build from there.

Check out @jamessmithpt full post below • • • • •
This is not an attack on Personal Trainers 💁🏼‍♂️
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This is a bid to raise awareness for a topic I talk about every single day on the LIVE’s. -
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We must stay in our lanes as coaches and I see too many women returning to “fitness” with no consideration to the potential damage that can occur during pregnancy and giving birth.
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Many issues can be symptomless and it can be too late before people realise, so there you go - my inner feminist is out for the day and I didn’t even swear, did I?

#postnatal #postpartum #mumofboys #mumofgirls #mummytummy #newmum #postnatalfitness #postbabyrunready #diastasisrecti #prolapse #SUI #leakage #backache
  • "For the sake of being able to do a star jump without pi$$ing yourself, then this is something you should look to do"

    Amen to this #Repost from straight talking @jamessmithpt

    The pressure new Mums feel to "get their body back" seems immense ...but rush in too soon, without building the right foundations & the body you get may not be what you want after all.

    As James says, pelvic floor dysfunction & prolapse can often lay symptomless, or be easily ignored for a time....but it doesn't go away & doesn't "fix itself". Female Health physios & specialist coaches such as myself & other @holisticcorerestore coaches help you lay those foundations & build from there.

    Check out @jamessmithpt full post below • • • • •
    This is not an attack on Personal Trainers 💁🏼‍♂️
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    This is a bid to raise awareness for a topic I talk about every single day on the LIVE’s. -
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    We must stay in our lanes as coaches and I see too many women returning to “fitness” with no consideration to the potential damage that can occur during pregnancy and giving birth.
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    Many issues can be symptomless and it can be too late before people realise, so there you go - my inner feminist is out for the day and I didn’t even swear, did I?

    #postnatal #postpartum #mumofboys #mumofgirls #mummytummy #newmum #postnatalfitness #postbabyrunready #diastasisrecti #prolapse #SUI #leakage #backache
  • 9 0 12 hours ago
  • Can you believe one of the most searched Google questions during pregnancy is, "Is it safe to sleep on the floor while pregnant." 😂
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I'm feeling ya, Mama's. 🙏
  • Can you believe one of the most searched Google questions during pregnancy is, "Is it safe to sleep on the floor while pregnant." 😂
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    I'm feeling ya, Mama's. 🙏
  • 22 2 14 hours ago
  • Term 2 trial bookings are open now for Monday and Thursday mornings at 9.30am. Click on the link in bio to find out more and register your interest today. We kick off April 29th!
  • Term 2 trial bookings are open now for Monday and Thursday mornings at 9.30am. Click on the link in bio to find out more and register your interest today. We kick off April 29th!
  • 20 1 21 hours ago
  • ❗️🔅Quick Announcement 🔅❗️⁣
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Tomorrow I will be hosting 2️⃣ ✅FREE✅ events:⁣
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❗️Please come and join me❗️⁣
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💜1:00pm: Pelvic Health & Fitness⁣
@communityrootscollective
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💜6:30pm: Women’s Power Over Pain⁣
@myabrfc 
The Apollo Beach Racquet & Fitness Club
  • ❗️🔅Quick Announcement 🔅❗️⁣

    Tomorrow I will be hosting 2️⃣ ✅FREE✅ events:⁣

    ❗️Please come and join me❗️⁣

    💜1:00pm: Pelvic Health & Fitness⁣
    @communityrootscollective

    💜6:30pm: Women’s Power Over Pain⁣
    @myabrfc
    The Apollo Beach Racquet & Fitness Club
  • 67 2 22 hours ago
  • Treating the symptom of your pain will not treat its cause.
  • Treating the symptom of your pain will not treat its cause.
  • 47 2 23 hours ago
  • It's a common question and the simple answer is...
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LUNGE! More specifically reverse lunges for glute activation, balance and to help with single leg stability. There is a common misconception, that pregnant women should only do gentle exercise such as yoga 🧘‍♀️ or walking. This is such a conservative approach and you can't beat some strength training to help with your growing baby, not to mention soon to be  #mumlife 💁‍♀️ •
Just remember your centre of gravity will change as your belly gets bigger so try to maintain a square pelvis and don't scrunch your back. If you experience any pelvic pain avoid split stance exercises and try squatting instead! 🍑
  • It's a common question and the simple answer is...

    LUNGE! More specifically reverse lunges for glute activation, balance and to help with single leg stability. There is a common misconception, that pregnant women should only do gentle exercise such as yoga 🧘‍♀️ or walking. This is such a conservative approach and you can't beat some strength training to help with your growing baby, not to mention soon to be #mumlife 💁‍♀️ •
    Just remember your centre of gravity will change as your belly gets bigger so try to maintain a square pelvis and don't scrunch your back. If you experience any pelvic pain avoid split stance exercises and try squatting instead! 🍑
  • 18 5 23 hours ago
  • WHO SAID YOU CAN’T DO A BURPEE? PART 2// yesterday, I posted low impact versions of the burpee, using an incline. Today, we’re going all in my friend. Tap @terrellbaldock to refresh you memory.
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Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to avoid certain movements like the burpee during and post-pregnancy, or if you’re learning to manage prolapse, stress urinary incontinence, or pelvic/hip pain. You can most definitely train explosive movements by breaking them into dots-then connecting them when you’re ready. .
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Every woman’s timeline will be different, but for me, it took about 9 months post c-section for me to be able to do a full on burpee in all its gloriousness. .
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Here, I use no incline. These burpees very in low impact to extremely awful(ly challenging). .
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Remember to keep your ribs stacked over hips and exhale though the entire range of motion while maintaining tension throughout your body. Controlling your breathing is what’s going to help manage the intensity. .
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In Strength And Lady Parts, you will be training for high intensity fitness like CrossFit and boot camps, taking birth and your pelvic floor into consideration.  So if you have a prolapse or you experience some leaking during your workouts, I got you covered!
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Strength And Lady Parts gives you 12 weeks of strength and conditioning at your pace. You will will train from low impact to advanced explosive movements in this 100% online program you can do at home or in the gym. .
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If you’re ready to get back into high impact training after having a baby, tap the link in my profile at put your name on the Strength And Lady Parts interest list now. .
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#strengthandladyparts #thebarbellbalance
  • WHO SAID YOU CAN’T DO A BURPEE? PART 2// yesterday, I posted low impact versions of the burpee, using an incline. Today, we’re going all in my friend. Tap @terrellbaldock to refresh you memory.
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    Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to avoid certain movements like the burpee during and post-pregnancy, or if you’re learning to manage prolapse, stress urinary incontinence, or pelvic/hip pain. You can most definitely train explosive movements by breaking them into dots-then connecting them when you’re ready. .
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    Every woman’s timeline will be different, but for me, it took about 9 months post c-section for me to be able to do a full on burpee in all its gloriousness. .
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    Here, I use no incline. These burpees very in low impact to extremely awful(ly challenging). .
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    Remember to keep your ribs stacked over hips and exhale though the entire range of motion while maintaining tension throughout your body. Controlling your breathing is what’s going to help manage the intensity. .
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    In Strength And Lady Parts, you will be training for high intensity fitness like CrossFit and boot camps, taking birth and your pelvic floor into consideration. So if you have a prolapse or you experience some leaking during your workouts, I got you covered!
    .
    Strength And Lady Parts gives you 12 weeks of strength and conditioning at your pace. You will will train from low impact to advanced explosive movements in this 100% online program you can do at home or in the gym. .
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    If you’re ready to get back into high impact training after having a baby, tap the link in my profile at put your name on the Strength And Lady Parts interest list now. .
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    #strengthandladyparts #thebarbellbalance
  • 32 3 17 April, 2019
  • Hi!! I’m still here! The past month has been a complete whirlwind. Maybe someday I’ll start posting regularly on this account again I just don’t see that happening right now. •
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I got mastitis last week and the rest of the fam got a GI bug. I’m definitely ready to find some sort of routine again. I feel like I accomplish nothing each day besides keeping the kids alive 😆
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This sweet girl has been doing amazing, though. She eats nonstop during the day but usually gives me a 4-5 hour stretch at night 🙌🏼 She prefers to be held and that’s ok by me, I know how fast these first few months will go! •
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On the fitness front I’m still going really slowly. I recorded another video yesterday and will try to post that tomorrow! I’m still resting when possible and focusing on rehabilitation exercises. I want to do more so badly but am finding that my body is just not ready.
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I’d love to hear from you! What is something you wish you knew about the first few weeks or months postpartum? Leave a comment or DM me! I put the question in my stories as well. I need something to read during this nursing marathon sessions, haha. For me, I wish I would’ve understood the importance of rest better.
  • Hi!! I’m still here! The past month has been a complete whirlwind. Maybe someday I’ll start posting regularly on this account again I just don’t see that happening right now. •

    I got mastitis last week and the rest of the fam got a GI bug. I’m definitely ready to find some sort of routine again. I feel like I accomplish nothing each day besides keeping the kids alive 😆


    This sweet girl has been doing amazing, though. She eats nonstop during the day but usually gives me a 4-5 hour stretch at night 🙌🏼 She prefers to be held and that’s ok by me, I know how fast these first few months will go! •

    On the fitness front I’m still going really slowly. I recorded another video yesterday and will try to post that tomorrow! I’m still resting when possible and focusing on rehabilitation exercises. I want to do more so badly but am finding that my body is just not ready.


    I’d love to hear from you! What is something you wish you knew about the first few weeks or months postpartum? Leave a comment or DM me! I put the question in my stories as well. I need something to read during this nursing marathon sessions, haha. For me, I wish I would’ve understood the importance of rest better.
  • 64 9 17 April, 2019
  • The FDA just banned the remaining two companies from selling surgical mesh for the repair of pelvic organ prolapse in women. ⁣
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As the number of serious complications increased significantly, the FDA reclassified this type of pelvic mesh as high risk in 2016 and told manufacturers to submit more evidence that the devices were safe and would benefit patients with the condition @nytimes. ⁣
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Pelvic prolapse—as I mentioned a few times before—can happen as a result of carrying and vaginally delivering children. It happens when the muscles and tissues supporting the pelvic organs (the uterus, bladder, or rectum) become weak or loose. This causes one or more of the pelvic organs to drop or press into or out of the vagina.⁣ The mesh, along with stitches, was used to restore the normal position of these organs.
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More on my stories!⁣
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#pregnancy #vaginalbirth #pelvicprolapse #prolapse
  • The FDA just banned the remaining two companies from selling surgical mesh for the repair of pelvic organ prolapse in women. ⁣

    As the number of serious complications increased significantly, the FDA reclassified this type of pelvic mesh as high risk in 2016 and told manufacturers to submit more evidence that the devices were safe and would benefit patients with the condition @nytimes. ⁣

    Pelvic prolapse—as I mentioned a few times before—can happen as a result of carrying and vaginally delivering children. It happens when the muscles and tissues supporting the pelvic organs (the uterus, bladder, or rectum) become weak or loose. This causes one or more of the pelvic organs to drop or press into or out of the vagina.⁣ The mesh, along with stitches, was used to restore the normal position of these organs.

    More on my stories!⁣

    #pregnancy #vaginalbirth #pelvicprolapse #prolapse
  • 29 4 17 April, 2019
  • Pelvic Floor Safe Strength ✨ I was doing a @fitmummyproject_app workout today and I remembered how much I love this combo! 🙌🏼💥 I find it really frustrating that the strength of my pelvic floor can’t keep up with the rest of my body. ✨
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A lot of lower body exercises still feel really uncomfortable for me. So if squats and deadlifts don’t feel good for you, try these two variations.💥 Single leg spilt squat and single leg deadlift. 💥 .
They require a lot of strength and stability and are definitely not an easy variation. pelvic floor for a lot of women. Start with body weight and build from there! And use a wall for support if you need. ❤️
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#takingbackpostpartum #fitmummyproject #fitmum #fitmom #strongmum #strongmom #pelvicfloorsafe #pelvicfloor #prolapse #postnatalexercise #postpartumexercise
  • Pelvic Floor Safe Strength ✨ I was doing a @fitmummyproject_app workout today and I remembered how much I love this combo! 🙌🏼💥 I find it really frustrating that the strength of my pelvic floor can’t keep up with the rest of my body. ✨
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    A lot of lower body exercises still feel really uncomfortable for me. So if squats and deadlifts don’t feel good for you, try these two variations.💥 Single leg spilt squat and single leg deadlift. 💥 .
    They require a lot of strength and stability and are definitely not an easy variation. pelvic floor for a lot of women. Start with body weight and build from there! And use a wall for support if you need. ❤️
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    #takingbackpostpartum #fitmummyproject #fitmum #fitmom #strongmum #strongmom #pelvicfloorsafe #pelvicfloor #prolapse #postnatalexercise #postpartumexercise
  • 43 7 17 April, 2019
  • PELVIC FLOOR ♀️♂️🤰🤸
we hear this term used so frequently in the health and exercise industry, although it isn't always explained to us what it is or how we are supposed to use it! .
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🤷What makes the Pelvic Floor musculature?🤷
🔎It's made up of the levator ani (puborectalis, pubococcygeus and illiococcygeus) and the coccygeus muscles, which attach between your pubic bone and your tail bone. .
. 🔎 Good to note that the pelvic floor isn't just made of muscles though - there are other tissues, such as fascia and fibrous tissue, that make up the pelvic floor and support the muscles to do their job.
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This group of muscles and fascia support our pelvic organs: the bladder, uterus and the colon. .
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🤔If our pelvic floor muscles aren't functioning very well and you don't have very good support from the surrounding fascia and other tissues, you then have less pelvic organ support... so the position of our bladder, uterus and colon can change position! This can happen with life stresses😫😨, such as giving birth🤰, coughing repetitively🤧, playing high intensity sport🤸🏋️🤾 or lifting heavy objects repetitively🏋️. . . 🤷What does that mean? If the pelvic floor doesn't work as well as it should, this can lead to pelvic pain, urinary or bowel incontinence, or prolapses. . .
💁📞Contact your local Women's Health Physio so that they can assess your pelvic floor and help you in the best way!  #repost from @helenkeeblephysio
  • PELVIC FLOOR ♀️♂️🤰🤸
    we hear this term used so frequently in the health and exercise industry, although it isn't always explained to us what it is or how we are supposed to use it! .
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    🤷What makes the Pelvic Floor musculature?🤷
    🔎It's made up of the levator ani (puborectalis, pubococcygeus and illiococcygeus) and the coccygeus muscles, which attach between your pubic bone and your tail bone. .
    . 🔎 Good to note that the pelvic floor isn't just made of muscles though - there are other tissues, such as fascia and fibrous tissue, that make up the pelvic floor and support the muscles to do their job.
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    . 🤷FUNCTION
    This group of muscles and fascia support our pelvic organs: the bladder, uterus and the colon. .
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    🤔If our pelvic floor muscles aren't functioning very well and you don't have very good support from the surrounding fascia and other tissues, you then have less pelvic organ support... so the position of our bladder, uterus and colon can change position! This can happen with life stresses😫😨, such as giving birth🤰, coughing repetitively🤧, playing high intensity sport🤸🏋️🤾 or lifting heavy objects repetitively🏋️. . . 🤷What does that mean? If the pelvic floor doesn't work as well as it should, this can lead to pelvic pain, urinary or bowel incontinence, or prolapses. . .
    💁📞Contact your local Women's Health Physio so that they can assess your pelvic floor and help you in the best way! #repost from @helenkeeblephysio
  • 28 3 17 April, 2019
  • Como te contaba hace algunos posts, la diástasis recti no es solo un problema estético caracterizado por un vientre "descolgado".
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👉 Este problema también es funcional, y puede tener como consecuencias prolapsos, incontinencia urinaria o dolor.
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Como fisioterapeuta, tu papel es CLAVE en el tratamiento de la diástasis y por ello, te ayudo a prepararte para acompañar a tus pacientes.
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👩‍💻 En el apartado de formación de mi web tienes más info sobre este curso en el que quiero darte las herramientas para evaluar y tratar la diástasis, mediante el diseño de un programa de ejercicios, la valoración de la faja abdominal o la comprensión de la anatomía en esta zona.
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📅 Próximas fechas: 3 y 4 de mayo en Madrid😉
  • Como te contaba hace algunos posts, la diástasis recti no es solo un problema estético caracterizado por un vientre "descolgado".
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    👉 Este problema también es funcional, y puede tener como consecuencias prolapsos, incontinencia urinaria o dolor.
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    Como fisioterapeuta, tu papel es CLAVE en el tratamiento de la diástasis y por ello, te ayudo a prepararte para acompañar a tus pacientes.
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    👩‍💻 En el apartado de formación de mi web tienes más info sobre este curso en el que quiero darte las herramientas para evaluar y tratar la diástasis, mediante el diseño de un programa de ejercicios, la valoración de la faja abdominal o la comprensión de la anatomía en esta zona.
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    📅 Próximas fechas: 3 y 4 de mayo en Madrid😉
  • 64 2 17 April, 2019
  • Cooler weather means more work outside! 💪🏽💕🍐
  • Cooler weather means more work outside! 💪🏽💕🍐
  • 39 1 17 April, 2019
  • Life is every bit of crazy right now 🤪
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Moving has taken priority over just about everything in life lately. After living in the same place for almost a decade I seem to have accumulated quite the most random assortment of stuff.
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Yesterday I took the time to sit down and just play with my daughter. We read books, played with her dolls, put puzzles together, and snuggled up to watch a movie.
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Today I was reminded of what I preach...I needed to not only make time for my family but also myself. 💞 Such a sweet conversation with one of the ladies in my accountability group.
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How often do you take time out for yourself? I would love for you to join me in finding the balance of this crazy busy life through accountability and uplifting conversations like the one I had today.
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If you are ready to make time for yourself, love your reflection in the mirror, and love your body from the inside out...message me. I would love to share this amazing journey with you! 💗
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#moveyourbump #23weeks #fitnessjourney #postpartumbody #mombod #fitpregnancyjourney #babyboy #fitwomen #healthymom #fitmoms #healthyrecipes #healthyeating #findyourstrong #momlifestyle #postpartum #beautyredefined #morethanabody #nutrition #womensupportingwomen #popfitness #prolapse #momhustle
  • Life is every bit of crazy right now 🤪
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    Moving has taken priority over just about everything in life lately. After living in the same place for almost a decade I seem to have accumulated quite the most random assortment of stuff.
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    Yesterday I took the time to sit down and just play with my daughter. We read books, played with her dolls, put puzzles together, and snuggled up to watch a movie.
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    Today I was reminded of what I preach...I needed to not only make time for my family but also myself. 💞 Such a sweet conversation with one of the ladies in my accountability group.
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    How often do you take time out for yourself? I would love for you to join me in finding the balance of this crazy busy life through accountability and uplifting conversations like the one I had today.
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    If you are ready to make time for yourself, love your reflection in the mirror, and love your body from the inside out...message me. I would love to share this amazing journey with you! 💗
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    #moveyourbump #23weeks #fitnessjourney #postpartumbody #mombod #fitpregnancyjourney #babyboy #fitwomen #healthymom #fitmoms #healthyrecipes #healthyeating #findyourstrong #momlifestyle #postpartum #beautyredefined #morethanabody #nutrition #womensupportingwomen #popfitness #prolapse #momhustle
  • 55 0 17 April, 2019
  • So many women out there living their lives with #symptoms of #pelvic #organ #prolapse and just can't explain why they feel the way they do after a #child #birth #trauma, and are even shunned not to express their symptoms as a concern of priority.
#speakout ! request for a #physiotherapy assessment. You don't have to suffer in silence ma'am 💞Your outer glow is a function of your inner most beauty 💞 #onidirigeleoge #onidirigeleogebeautyhouse  @mypelvicfloormuscles 
#PelvicOrganProlapse?
-Imagine that the pelvic floor muscles are like a hammock.
-This hammock generally supports 3 organs in females: the bladder, the uterus, and the rectum.
-The hammock is designed to stretch, support and rebound back up (like a mini trampoline).
-If the hammock is damaged or weakened, it may lose support and strength.
-A weakened hammock canat support the organs as well.
-The organs may start to collapse into or through the vaginal canal walls.

The most common symptoms are a vaginal bulge and pelvic heaviness but there are many more!
#Cystocele is when part of the bladder falls into the front wall of the vagina. a
#Rectocele is when part of the rectum falls into the back wall of the vagina. A
#UterineProlapse is when the uterus falls into the vaginal canal.
But there IS hope! 😆 Pelvic floor muscle training (#PFMT) is the #1 recommended intervention for pelvic organ prolapse!

PFMT has the following effect on the pelvic floor muscles: 
1. Increases muscle thickness 
2. Decreases hiatal area 
3. Decreases muscle length 
4. Elevates the bladder neck
5. Elevates the rectum 
PFMT trains your muscles 
1. Correctly contract 
2. Completely let go
3. Be active at the right times 
4. Be relaxed at the right times 🌹 Read on in the next post💑
#mypremgirl  #slfcare #physiotherapyandbeauty #physicalactivityandhealth  #depression #4thtrimester #mother
  • So many women out there living their lives with #symptoms of #pelvic #organ #prolapse and just can't explain why they feel the way they do after a #child #birth #trauma , and are even shunned not to express their symptoms as a concern of priority.
    #speakout ! request for a #physiotherapy assessment. You don't have to suffer in silence ma'am 💞Your outer glow is a function of your inner most beauty 💞 #onidirigeleoge #onidirigeleogebeautyhouse @mypelvicfloormuscles
    #PelvicOrganProlapse ?
    -Imagine that the pelvic floor muscles are like a hammock.
    -This hammock generally supports 3 organs in females: the bladder, the uterus, and the rectum.
    -The hammock is designed to stretch, support and rebound back up (like a mini trampoline).
    -If the hammock is damaged or weakened, it may lose support and strength.
    -A weakened hammock canat support the organs as well.
    -The organs may start to collapse into or through the vaginal canal walls.

    The most common symptoms are a vaginal bulge and pelvic heaviness but there are many more!
    #Cystocele is when part of the bladder falls into the front wall of the vagina. a
    #Rectocele is when part of the rectum falls into the back wall of the vagina. A
    #UterineProlapse is when the uterus falls into the vaginal canal.
    But there IS hope! 😆 Pelvic floor muscle training ( #PFMT ) is the #1 recommended intervention for pelvic organ prolapse!

    PFMT has the following effect on the pelvic floor muscles:
    1. Increases muscle thickness
    2. Decreases hiatal area
    3. Decreases muscle length
    4. Elevates the bladder neck
    5. Elevates the rectum
    PFMT trains your muscles
    1. Correctly contract
    2. Completely let go
    3. Be active at the right times
    4. Be relaxed at the right times 🌹 Read on in the next post💑
    #mypremgirl #slfcare #physiotherapyandbeauty #physicalactivityandhealth #depression #4thtrimester #mother
  • 24 4 17 April, 2019
  • S I J  P A I N (Sacroiliac joint) 🦴

For anyone who has experienced this, will know how much pain it can cause: to touch, rolling over in bed and even walking can be painful. It is when the pubic symphysis moves at the joint and causes inflammation.
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Some tips to help those Mamas affected 👉
◾ Piriformis stretching (watch out for MUMday showing a goodie).
◾ Keep legs together, so no single leg exercises like the photo 📸
◾ Avoid crossing your legs
◾ See a Physio if you can
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Add every day #mumlife into the mix and it can be a tough gig - keep going Mama 💜
  • S I J P A I N (Sacroiliac joint) 🦴

    For anyone who has experienced this, will know how much pain it can cause: to touch, rolling over in bed and even walking can be painful. It is when the pubic symphysis moves at the joint and causes inflammation.

    Some tips to help those Mamas affected 👉
    ◾ Piriformis stretching (watch out for MUMday showing a goodie).
    ◾ Keep legs together, so no single leg exercises like the photo 📸
    ◾ Avoid crossing your legs
    ◾ See a Physio if you can

    Add every day #mumlife into the mix and it can be a tough gig - keep going Mama 💜
  • 23 5 17 April, 2019
  • Healing chronic pain can be easy believe it or not. It is a matter of combining different important aspects together to get optimal results. The combination is where the magic happens. .

Check out my Facebook video for more detailed information @pelvicbalancept
  • Healing chronic pain can be easy believe it or not. It is a matter of combining different important aspects together to get optimal results. The combination is where the magic happens. .

    Check out my Facebook video for more detailed information @pelvicbalancept
  • 96 4 16 April, 2019
  • Don't let your mind take control over you, instead exercise your mind to fill it with positive and powerful thoughts. What you believe, you can achieve. ------------------------------------------------------------------
😇 Healing is Possible!
📌 Click link in bio for more details.
📱Follow @pelvicpainprogram for more.
🌐 pelvicpainprogram.com
  • Don't let your mind take control over you, instead exercise your mind to fill it with positive and powerful thoughts. What you believe, you can achieve. ------------------------------------------------------------------
    😇 Healing is Possible!
    📌 Click link in bio for more details.
    📱Follow @pelvicpainprogram for more.
    🌐 pelvicpainprogram.com
  • 46 4 16 April, 2019
  • 👉Prolapso de órgão pélvico (POP) é definido como herniação ou queda da parede vaginal anterior ou posterior, útero ou ápice vaginal, podendo ocorrer em uma ou mais estruturas, porém o prolapso anterior (bexiga) é o mais comum.
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👉O POP causa sensação de pressão pélvica ou inchaço através da abertura vaginal e pode ser associada à🚨incontinência urinária, disfunção miccional, incontinência fecal, defecação incompleta e disfunção sexual.
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👉Causa: multifatorial, porém alguns fatores de riscos estão associados com a maior incidência de POP, como:
-Etnia (hispânicos, brancos)
-Geral (envelhecimento, paridade, obesidade,..)
-Histórico familiar
-Pressão abdominal elevada (tosse crônica, constipação, levantamento de peso)
-Parto vaginal
-Histerectomia -Gravidez
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👉Tratamento: pode ser cirúrgico ou conservador, dependendo da gravidade da POP.
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👉Estudos recentes recomendam o treinamento muscular do assoalho pélvico, associado ao fortalecimento dos músculos levantadores do ânus, como método de tratamento conservador eficaz na melhoria da função pélvica e da redução dos sintomas associados a POP.
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👉Assim, a fisioterapia pélvica ganha destaque pelo fato de ser pouco invasivo, baixo custo quando comparado à cirurgia.
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👉Procure a ajuda de um especialista! 😉
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Márcia Carvalho
Fisioterapeuta
Pós-graduanda em Fisioterapia Pélvica
Licenciada Low Pressure Fitness em Fortaleza
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#fisioterapia #fisioterapeuta #fisioterapiapelvica #fisiopelvica #assoalhopelvico #pelvicfloor #pelvic #pelve #prolapso #prolapse #prolapsogenital #uroginecologia #ginecologia #urologia #saudedamulher #suelopelvico #saudefortaleza #fortalezaceara #fisiourogineco
  • 👉Prolapso de órgão pélvico (POP) é definido como herniação ou queda da parede vaginal anterior ou posterior, útero ou ápice vaginal, podendo ocorrer em uma ou mais estruturas, porém o prolapso anterior (bexiga) é o mais comum.
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    👉O POP causa sensação de pressão pélvica ou inchaço através da abertura vaginal e pode ser associada à🚨incontinência urinária, disfunção miccional, incontinência fecal, defecação incompleta e disfunção sexual.
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    👉Causa: multifatorial, porém alguns fatores de riscos estão associados com a maior incidência de POP, como:
    -Etnia (hispânicos, brancos)
    -Geral (envelhecimento, paridade, obesidade,..)
    -Histórico familiar
    -Pressão abdominal elevada (tosse crônica, constipação, levantamento de peso)
    -Parto vaginal
    -Histerectomia -Gravidez
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    👉Tratamento: pode ser cirúrgico ou conservador, dependendo da gravidade da POP.
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    👉Estudos recentes recomendam o treinamento muscular do assoalho pélvico, associado ao fortalecimento dos músculos levantadores do ânus, como método de tratamento conservador eficaz na melhoria da função pélvica e da redução dos sintomas associados a POP.
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    👉Assim, a fisioterapia pélvica ganha destaque pelo fato de ser pouco invasivo, baixo custo quando comparado à cirurgia.
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    👉Procure a ajuda de um especialista! 😉
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    Márcia Carvalho
    Fisioterapeuta
    Pós-graduanda em Fisioterapia Pélvica
    Licenciada Low Pressure Fitness em Fortaleza
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    #fisioterapia #fisioterapeuta #fisioterapiapelvica #fisiopelvica #assoalhopelvico #pelvicfloor #pelvic #pelve #prolapso #prolapse #prolapsogenital #uroginecologia #ginecologia #urologia #saudedamulher #suelopelvico #saudefortaleza #fortalezaceara #fisiourogineco
  • 31 0 16 April, 2019
  • Birth trauma has many faces. As we see more awareness for trauma after childbirth, so to, does the misconception that it’s one diagnosis. For example, PTSD. It’s crucial that a wider conversation happens with postpartum women.
There are a range of mental health disorders that can be triggered by a traumatic birth. 
Sadly, it seems that for so many women that seek help, no one is asking how they feel physically - discharge notes are a way to identify potential trauma as there will be a number of red flags - eg, induction, vacuum or forceps. 
This should be addressed because the shame and embarrassment of physical symptoms may delay women from seeking help, further contributing to mental distress. 
We must hold space for women to speak about their birth experience, about how they are feeling(as a whole), while insuring that they feel supported as they transition into motherhood💙
If you’re a health professional reading this you may want to read our section on physical injuries (link in bio)💙
  • Birth trauma has many faces. As we see more awareness for trauma after childbirth, so to, does the misconception that it’s one diagnosis. For example, PTSD. It’s crucial that a wider conversation happens with postpartum women.
    There are a range of mental health disorders that can be triggered by a traumatic birth.
    Sadly, it seems that for so many women that seek help, no one is asking how they feel physically - discharge notes are a way to identify potential trauma as there will be a number of red flags - eg, induction, vacuum or forceps.
    This should be addressed because the shame and embarrassment of physical symptoms may delay women from seeking help, further contributing to mental distress.
    We must hold space for women to speak about their birth experience, about how they are feeling(as a whole), while insuring that they feel supported as they transition into motherhood💙
    If you’re a health professional reading this you may want to read our section on physical injuries (link in bio)💙
  • 71 2 16 April, 2019
  • Did you know that it takes up to a year for your body to heal after having a baby?  Yes, you are generally released from postpartum care at 6-8 weeks depending on whether you had a vbac or a C-section, but your healing is only just beginning at that point.  It's important to remember that it takes nine full months of stretching & growing to create your little bundle and during that time many hormones are soaring through your body that play significant roles in the changes that are happening.  Those hormones take time to leave your body.  One hormone, relaxin, causes your joints and ligaments to be more relaxed or loose which means a higher risk of injury.  I see many women jump feet first into their workout routines once they are given the green light from their Dr.  I USED to be one of these same women until I educated myself in the importance of retraining the body postpartum.  I'd love to be able to lift heavy, run, do plyometrics or roll live in jiu-jitsu, but I know doing these things early pp may take away from my ability to do them years from now.  Now is the time for me to slowly integrate movements, progressively add weights so that my body has time to adjust and be mindful of my movement connection and breath. .
* kneeling reverse fly
* side plank hip abduction (modification - clam)
* banded lateral walk
* bear crawl (slow, low, controlled)
* quadruped hover
* Incline plank (modified shown as well)
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#postpartum #postpartumjourney #prolapse #pelvicfloorprolapse #pop #pregnancy #fitpregnancy #pregnancyfitness #healthypregnancy #healthyliving #corestrength #pelvicfloor #tva #pelvicorganprolapse #wod #workout #exercise #bodyweight #fitmom #fitness #igers #igfit
  • Did you know that it takes up to a year for your body to heal after having a baby? Yes, you are generally released from postpartum care at 6-8 weeks depending on whether you had a vbac or a C-section, but your healing is only just beginning at that point. It's important to remember that it takes nine full months of stretching & growing to create your little bundle and during that time many hormones are soaring through your body that play significant roles in the changes that are happening. Those hormones take time to leave your body. One hormone, relaxin, causes your joints and ligaments to be more relaxed or loose which means a higher risk of injury. I see many women jump feet first into their workout routines once they are given the green light from their Dr. I USED to be one of these same women until I educated myself in the importance of retraining the body postpartum. I'd love to be able to lift heavy, run, do plyometrics or roll live in jiu-jitsu, but I know doing these things early pp may take away from my ability to do them years from now. Now is the time for me to slowly integrate movements, progressively add weights so that my body has time to adjust and be mindful of my movement connection and breath. .
    * kneeling reverse fly
    * side plank hip abduction (modification - clam)
    * banded lateral walk
    * bear crawl (slow, low, controlled)
    * quadruped hover
    * Incline plank (modified shown as well)
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    #postpartum #postpartumjourney #prolapse #pelvicfloorprolapse #pop #pregnancy #fitpregnancy #pregnancyfitness #healthypregnancy #healthyliving #corestrength #pelvicfloor #tva #pelvicorganprolapse #wod #workout #exercise #bodyweight #fitmom #fitness #igers #igfit
  • 38 0 16 April, 2019
  • 🙌QUIROPRAXIA INKA 🇨🇴BOGOTÁ 📳CITAS AL 3202853494 / 3223737571.

Paciente con HIPERCIFOSIS, DOLOR CRONICO DE ESPALDA Y PIERNAS. Se corrige con CUATRO (4) SESIONES de quiropraxia inka
  • 🙌QUIROPRAXIA INKA 🇨🇴BOGOTÁ 📳CITAS AL 3202853494 / 3223737571.

    Paciente con HIPERCIFOSIS, DOLOR CRONICO DE ESPALDA Y PIERNAS. Se corrige con CUATRO (4) SESIONES de quiropraxia inka
  • 26 2 29 November, 2018
  • 🙌QUIROPRAXIA INKA 🇦🇲TEUSAQUILLO, BOGOTÁ 📳CITAS AL 3202853494 / 3223737571

PACIENTE CON LUMBAGO Y DOLOR AGUDO DE CADERAS, se corrige en UNA (1) SESIÓN de quiropraxia inka
  • 🙌QUIROPRAXIA INKA 🇦🇲TEUSAQUILLO, BOGOTÁ 📳CITAS AL 3202853494 / 3223737571

    PACIENTE CON LUMBAGO Y DOLOR AGUDO DE CADERAS, se corrige en UNA (1) SESIÓN de quiropraxia inka
  • 40 4 21 November, 2018
  • Paciente con lesión por GIMNASIO.
ESCOLIOSIS POR EXCESO DE EJERCICIO.
PINZAMIENTO DE NERVIO CIÁTICO

Recibe cuatro (4) sesiones de quiropraxia inka
  • Paciente con lesión por GIMNASIO.
    ESCOLIOSIS POR EXCESO DE EJERCICIO.
    PINZAMIENTO DE NERVIO CIÁTICO

    Recibe cuatro (4) sesiones de quiropraxia inka
  • 37 2 10 November, 2018