Pelvic Care

Helping women overcome pain,

discomfort and pelvic dysfunctions

Regardless of your age you may be experiencing pelvic dysfunction relating to past pregnancies, labor, or even accidents involving the pelvis.

During pregnancy movement of the rib cage and organs to allow room for a growing fetus and movement of the pelvis (e.g. sacrum, iliacus, SI joint, tailbone/coccyx, pubic bone) to allow for birth is quite extraordinary yet it can lead to decreased mobility dysfunctions and pain.

Movement of the pelvis can also occur as a result of a bad fall (falling off a horse) and/or accident (vehicle).

We hope everything goes back in place as it should but that's not always the case.

Through external bodywork, breathing techniques, and guided exercise, these dysfunctions can be greatly reduced or eliminated.

Even if you are not experiencing these issues after your first birth, not addressing bone alignment and tight muscles post-partum can lead to a greater chance for pelvic pain in subsequent pregnancies therefore it is best to have a postnatal care evaluation and bodywork session.

Common dysfunctions treated:

  • SI Joint Pain

  • Unable to sit on tailbone

  • Pain during intercourse

  • Ungrounded / discombobulated feeling

  • Stress incontinence

  • Unable to take a deep breath

  • Hip pain (especially one sided)

  • Tailbone tenderness

  • Pubic bone tenderness

  • Tight adductor / groin pain

  • Prolapse

  • Rectis diastatsis

Courses and Practitioners that have helped shape my training as an external pelvic health therapist:

Institute for Birth Healing / Lynne Shulte

  • Holistic Treatment of the Postpartum Body

  • Facilitating a Smoother Birth and Faster Recovery

Core Exercise Solutions / Sarah Duvall

  • Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist

  • Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist 2.0

  • Pelvis Pro