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Pregnant belly
  • Pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain

    • Sacroiliac/SI joint pain

    • Pubic symphysis pain

    • Tailbone/coccyx pain

    • Hip pain or back pain

  • Round ligament pain

  • Pelvic floor dysfunction, weakness and/or disconnect​

  • Pregnancy related bladder & bowel dysfunction

  • Abdominal separation ​(DRA)

  • Core weakness and/or disconnect

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Pelvic floor dysfunction​

  • Core dysfunction and/or disconnect

  • Abdominal separation (DRA)

  • Bladder and bowel dysfunction (see below)

  • Pelvic organ prolapse (POP)

  • Painful sex

  • Pelvic, hip, back and neck pain​​​

  • Cesarian or perineal scar tissue mobility restrictions

Exercising with Baby
Bathroom Toilet
Bladder & Bowel
  • ​​Constipation​​​ or straining to empty your bowels

  • ​Urinary incontinence​​​​

    • Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) - leaking urine when you exercise, laugh, cough, sneeze or exert yourself​

    • Urge incontinence (UI) - feelings of urgently needing to urinate, or not making it to the bathroom on time

  • Urinary urgency - having a strong urge to urinate​

  • Urinary frequency - frequently needing to urinate

  • Difficulty emptying your bladder​

  • Discontinuous urination - starting/stopping several times​

  • Fecal Incontinence (FI) - leaking feces

  • Passing gas accidentally​

Other Pelvic Health Conditions
  • ​Pelvc Organ Prolpase (POP)

    • Cystocele (bladder​ prolapse)

    • Urethrocele (urethra prolapse)

    • Uterine Prolapse

    • Rectocele (rectal prolapse)

  • Painful sex ​

  • Pelvic girdle pain (SI joint pain, pubic symphysis pain, hip pain, low back pain, tailbone pain, etc.) 

Waterfall Pose
Girl Planking
Core Dysfunction
  • Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA)

  • Weak or uncoordinated core 

  • Pelvis and/or back pain 

  • Hernias


Pain anywhere in the body including but not limited to:

  • Pelvic pain (SI joint pain, pubic symphysis pain, coccyx/tailbone pain, etc.)

  • Back & neck pain

  • Hip, knee, ankle, or foot pain
  • Shoulder, elbow, wrist or hand pain

Back Pain
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