A source of information for women wanting answers on how to heal their body from pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) symptoms such as incontinence, diastasis recti (DRA), pelvic organ proplaps (POP), low back and hip pain, and more.
Low back pain was one of the first pelvic floor dysfunction symptom I had postpartum. It lasted much longer than your typical recovery period. In the mornings, as I got out of bed, the pain took my breath away. I was 30. Too young to feel this way.
The pain continued beyond pregnancy two and three, and eventually crept into my hips too. I couldn’t understand why this was happening especially since I had shed all the baby weight, and much more, and was in prime physical shape.
I looked to professional help with registered massage therapists and chiropractors. It helped alleviate the pain, but only temporarily.
It wasn’t until I learned my core team wasn’t functioning optimally and needed to be rehabilitated, that I became pain free in my back and hips.
The core team is made up of 4 muscle groups (see image below), who work together as a team and anticipate your movement. They are the stabilization center of the body. Many factors can...
My mission is to provide women with a wealth of information concerning their pelvic floor and core health. I don't want anyone to feel as lost as I was many years ago. Stay connected, as I share my stories and provide you with valuable knowledge when it comes to assessing and healing your body.