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Pelvic Floor Therapy Restore Your Core To Get Back Outdoors

“I can’t jump on the trampoline with you” “Mama can’t chase after you but I’ll watch you run” “No thanks that hike is a bit too long for my knees” “We won’t be able to do that road trip I can’t sit for that long”
 
One small clinic in Edmonds is on a mission to help women restore their bodies after birth. Owned by Pelvic Expert Dr. Allison Feldt, PT, DPT, Best Selling Author Of “Restore Your Body After Kids: The Secret To Avoid Peeing Your Pants And Achy Joints As You Age”. Motherhood is amazing but no one really addresses how traumatic it can be both physically and emotionally. Step out from behind that snap back and baby blues mentality and recognize that birthing people are living with birth injuries for the remainder of their lives. That parenthood has an underlying layer of pain for millions of people. Issues like incontinence, leaking urine or feces, pelvic organ prolapse, a descent of the pelvic organ, scar tissue from c-sections or tearing during a vaginal birth, diastasis recti, the separation of the ab muscles. All of these issues are written into the fabric of birthing in America. 

Written off by OB’s and accepted by the masses as normal. But these ailments run their course; they don’t just go away. The human body is a perfect system and will try it’s best to compensate so for the first few months or years you might just caulk it up to mom bod problems and try to lose weight. All the while these essential core muscles are making compensations to protect your joints but eventually those joints start to ache as well. There is a direct correlation between the pelvic floor muscles and our joints. Think of the pelvic floor as the force absorber in your body, every step, lift, bend is rooted in this system. Then with birth whether via c-section or vaginal these muscles are stretched, cut, ripped, we often see micro tears in the fascia of the pelvic floor from the strain of birth. The scar tissue left behind limits blood flow to the pelvic floor so it becomes weak, the force is then placed on the joints causing them to wear down.
 
Preparing for birth during pregnancy addressing the pelvic floor after birth is imperative to healing properly so you can live a healthy, active, confident life without the need for medications, injections or surgeries. Or spend your life missing out on memories because of lingering pain.
 
Everest might not be accessible to most people but here in the PNW the beauty of the cascades is enjoyed by thousands each year. To be surrounded by such vast natural beauty especially during this season is breathtaking, we hope to help even more people get back out there and live a life without limits.

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Allison Feldt

Body Motion Physical Therapy

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