Preparing for Birth and Postpartum Physical Recovery with Dr. Whitney Sippl, Women's Health PT
Incontinence, painful intercourse, scar pain, pelvic or back pain, pelvic pressure or abdominal separation are commonly experienced during pregnancy or after having a baby; however, though COMMON, these conditions are not "NORMAL" and there are many ways to address these concerns. Dr. Whitney Sippl of Restored Physique Physical Therapy chats with me about the many physical changes that occur during pregnancy and how you can better prepare for labor and delivery and an easier recovery after birth. We talk about the common but not normal physical changes that occur during and after labor and delivery or a C-Section and all about postnatal healing and recovery.
This is a conversation that you wont want to miss if you're pregnant or after giving birth. Whitney gives awesome tips and lots of information that you probably have never heard before. Postpartum physical recovery is so important and can have lasting effects, well into much later years in life if not addressed properly - Whitney shares ways you can take care of yourself NOW for lasting health for your future.
Learn more about Dr. Whitney Sippl and her company Restored Physique Physical Therapy by clicking HERE.
For 20% off her online course use the codes below:
- Prenatal Physical Health & Labor Prep Class: This class will discuss the physical preparation to have a healthy pregnancy, delivery, and postpartum recovery. This includes access to 9 videos in addition to the intro video for approximately 2.25 hours of content. This class will address primarily the physical preparation to have a healthy pregnancy and delivery and is a great adjunct to childbirth education classes.
Click HERE for more info on course description and use code PP20 for 20% discount.
- Postpartum Physical Recovery Class: This class will discuss ways to heal and get your body back after your baby is born and is intended for women during pregnancy and the postnatal period. Ideally this class would be taken during pregnancy to prepare for the postnatal period; however, the information is very beneficial whether you are early postnatal or even years postnatal. This includes access to 5 videos in addition to the intro video for approximately 1.5 hours of content
Click HERE for more info on course description and use code PR20 for 20% discount.
A Heart For All Students is offering my listeners 10% off the 6 week self-paced course: 4 Steps to Meltdown Recovery. Register for the course HERE and use code: SWEETEST2019 to receive the discount. The course comes with live support to guide you along the way.
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