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September 16, 2020

Today on the To Birth & Beyond podcast , Anita and Jessie talk through tips for making pain and awkward feelings in postpartum workouts disappear!

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April 22, 2020

On today’s To Birth & Beyond episode, Anita and special guest, Robyn Synnott, pelvic health physiotherapist, how stress and overwhelm affect our body, particularly our experience of pain.

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July 11, 2018

On today’s To Birth & Beyond Podcast episode, Jess and I talk pelvic girdle pain, both in pregnancy and postpartum.

We go over what it is, how it affects mental and emotional health as well as quality of life, improvement and more!

LISTEN TO EPISODE HERE

March 8, 2018

In this To Birth & Beyond podcast episode we discuss internal pelvic pain. Often, moms are told that it’s normal to have pain or discomfort with sex, arousal, tampon use, insertion, orgasms, etc post-pregnancy.

The advice is often to, “keep doing it and it will get better.” This is a myth we want to bust today, and offer sound guidance on how to feel better, for the short and long-term.

LISTEN TO EPISODE HERE

October 1, 2017

Find out:

-how to get rid of internal pelvic pain (aka. pain with intercourse, pelvic exams and using tampons/dive cup)

- why you may be experiencing pelvic pain

- how the pelvic floor is related to pelvic pain

- what exercises are most helpful to resovle this type of pain

Below are the resources we mention in our chat:

1. Lorimer Mosley TedX talk - Why things hurt

2. Flower bloom breath to release pelvic floor tension -

http://www.holistichealthphysio.com/single-post/2017/05/30/The-Most-Beneficial-Br...

May 27, 2017

Whether you're pregnant, a new mom or seasoned mom - If you want to prevent or get rid of pelvic floor issues - leaking, pelvic pain, low back pain, pelvic pressure, tailbone pain then this session is for YOU!

Chana and I (both pelvic health physiotherapist) answer YOUR questions so you don't have to put up with "why did no one tell me?!" (While you were pregnant or after birth).

Learn key tips:
- posture that can help you engage your pelvic floor/core
- how to engage you core
- how to release tens...

April 19, 2017

Do you experience pelvic girdle pain? This type of pain can be common during pregnancy and postpartum stages of life BUT doesn't need to become your new normal.

This can be pain in the front, side or back of your pelvis (includes your public symphysis, sacroiliac joint or tailbone). 

For more tips on how to carry out daily movements with less pain such as walking, pushing a stroller, cleaning and so much more -> check out the FREE app called "Rost Moves Mama" created by Cecile Rost, a Dutch physiot...

October 13, 2016

 This post originally was published here.

Do you experience pain with sex or when inserting a tampon?

Do you or your partner feel like you've hit a wall when trying to enter your vagina, which can make sex feel impossible?

Have you been told to just "relax" or "use more lube" to make sex happen?

Maybe you were told pain with sex is normal because you just had a baby.

If you answered "yes" to any of the above, you're not alone and what you are experiencing is not in your head.

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