Prepare for Birth with Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pelvic floor physical therapists can address so much when it comes to pregnancy and birth prep. Learning effective positions and pushing, evaluating your posture, establishing an exercise routine, improving muscle strength, and empowering your partner can make a tremendous difference for your pregnancy and childbirth.

Common Causes of Pelvic Floor Overactivity and Pelvic Pain

Most people hear the words pelvic floor, and automatically think of kegels (or pelvic floor contractions). Yet, there are many cases where quite the opposite is more important.

A Quick Look into Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

Pelvic organ prolapse does not limit the activities and life you are able to have; it takes finding the right ways to do those things you want.

Building a Birth Team for Pregnancy and Postpartum

Other birth professionals can address a range of concerns at any stage of prenatal or postpartum care. Learn who to involve in your birth team.

Podcast Alert! Courtney talks Pelvic Floor PT with The Onas Collaborative

Our physical therapist Courtney had the pleasure of speaking with Arin from The Onas Collaborative about pelvic floor physical therapy and maternal care.

Cozean Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Screening Questionnaire

Take the questionnaire below to find out if you have a pelvic floor dysfunction and would benefit from seeing a pelvic health physical therapist!

The Truth about Leaking with Sneezing, Running, Jumping, and More

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is the formal name for leaking urine while sneezing, laughing, running, etc. Here is the good news, you CAN do something about this to keep your pants dry and boost your confidence. 

Open up your hips with these 5 mobility exercises

Five guided exercises to help you finally see a change in your hip flexibility for better performance and less pain.

At Home Relief for Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

About 50% of women will experience pelvic organ prolapse (POP) in their lifetime. Most women complain of a bulging, heavy, or pressure sensation in their vagina, which often gets worse after increased activity or being on their feet. Learn a few exercises that can help relieve symptoms quickly.