Have you heard of perineal massage to help prepare your pelvic floor for birth?
It may help decrease tearing and also mentally prepare you for the stretching feeling during birth.
Included in the video are two techniques that I teach my prenatal clients.
If you find perineal massage very painful, or have pain with intercourse, pelvic exams or inserting a tampon - seeing a pelvic health physiotherapist can help you release tension in your pelvic floor which can resolve your pain and help prepare yo...
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...