Why should you visit a physical therapist after having a baby? The medical community is beginning to recognize many important reasons.
Join us for a free workshop on the importance of postpartum care for new mothers. Dr. Nichole Wipert and Jamie Justice, PT, WCS present.
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Postpartum yoga is appropriate for mothers–even adoptive mothers–in the years following birth.
Pregnant women often brush off symptoms such as lower back or pelvic pain or bladder issues. “It comes with the territory; it will go away after I have the baby.” Pregnancy and postpartum can already be overwhelming. Of course, after …
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We treat many women who present a variety of conditions from pre- and postpartum to several years after giving birth. Safely gaining and building core strength is a common part of their treatment. Even if they don’t suffer from incontinence, …
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Only $15! Please ask at the front desk if you’d like a DVD. Taking care of babies and small children can be overwhelming. The joy and wonder of watching little ones grow and adjust to their world mix with the …
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