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[Video] Cesarean Scar Release

April 5, 2017

 

Since April is Cesarean Awareness Month - I'm sharing how to release tension in your scar after birth which may:

✔help resolve your pelvic/low back pain
✔help resolve your pelvic floor issues
✔help with healing your diastasis (ab separation)
✔help your pelvic floor and core work more efficiently

✔you can do this type of scar release each day

If you have any specific questions about your scar or recovery, seeing a pelvic floor physiotherapist in your area can be helpful to learn what treatment and exercises would be ideal to achieve your health goals.

 

**Please check with your care provider if you should be releasing scar tension if you're within the first 6 weeks postpartum. Scar release work should not be done with you currently have an infection in your scar or pain with touching your scar.

Please share this info with mamas you know who have or are planning on having a cesarean birth. Let's help each other have a positive birth and positive recovery.

 

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