If you're currently pregnant, recently postpartum, or raising a child(ren) (and you don't feel like you've regained full strength and control of your core and pelvic floor), then you can benefit from this course!
What does this course help you with?
This course helps you better understand your body! Pelvic floor, core muscles, low back, breathing, posture, daily activities, and exercise are all covered. This WILL help with pain, weakness, incontinence, and caring for your child.
When can you start the course?
The sooner the better! Yes, it is a postpartum course but if you're still pregnant, you can begin working on some breathing and posture techniques. Then you will be guided on how to safely move your body, lift and carry your child, and return to exercise.
How is this course different?
This course bridges the gap between labor & delivery and getting back to exercise. Led by a doctor of physical therapy trained specifically in Women's Health, you will learn how to understand your body & safely heal from labor. Generally, your physician checks up with you right after delivery and 6 weeks later. You get cleared to exercise, but then what? This course helps you understand what to do the first few weeks postpartum as well as guide you with specific exercises to incorporate for core, back, and pelvic floor health so that you return to exercise safely and prevent incontinence or future injury.
MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: This course is created for educational and informational purposes only. Without a thorough examination, Dr. Warnecke cannot know for sure what each individual body needs. Dr. Warnecke assumes no responsibility for any harm or injury that may result as you are not currently an active patient with her. No guarantees of specific results are expressly made and it is recommended to seek one-on-one professional consultation with Dr. Warnecke or another qualified healthcare practitioner if you have any concerns. By continuing to purchase this course, you are granting acknowledgment of this notice and agree to all terms stated.