- First time mothers who wish to have an informed pregnancy and helpful strategies to try during childbirth
- Mothers who wish to optimize their health during pregnancy and beyond
- Mothers who wish to support a natural or physiological birth, minimize interventions, and prevent complications
- Mamas who already have a child and hope to have a better pregnancy, labour and delivery this time around
Pregnant women who experience incontinence, prolapse, diastasis recti, perineal pain, postural issues, or general orthopeadic complaints
- VBAC mamas and mamas who are having planned C-sections
Families interested in Childbirth Education and Prenatal Classes
Expectant mamas looking for innovative ways to prepare their pelvic floor for childbirth.
Postnatal Care (Including Breast Health)
New mothers who have just had their little one vaginally or by Cesearean
- Moms who already have a few children but have not been able to focus on their body until now
Mamas who wish to return to optimal functioning as soon as possible
Breastfeeding moms who develop painful ducts. We offer therapeutic ultrasound.
- It is ideal to book your appointment 6-8 weeks post-delivery. However if that is not possible, it is never too late to get checked.
Pelvic Girdle Pain
- Women who experience PSD, SIJ dysfunction, leg, buttock, hip, coccyx, pelvic fractures, or lower back pain during pregnancy
- Mothers who have difficulty performing daily activities due to pelvic girdle pain
- Mamas who experience pain with walking, stairs, rolling over, rising from a chair, getting out of a car, putting on shoes, etc.
- Mothers who have continued pelvic girdle pain beyond 6-8 weeks post delivery
Abdominal Wall and Core
- Mothers who have a diastasis recti (separation or bulging of the abdominal muscles)
- Women with persistent low back pain or other muscle pains which do not seem to be improving
- Mothers who gave birth to multiples
- Mamas who had a C-section
- It is recommended you complete your initial assessment when you are 6-8 weeks post-partum
You battled hard to bring your baby into the world and you were left with some scars in the process.
You may have mixed feelings about your scars and what they represent. But think about it this way:
You did battle and you overcame. Your scars tell a story.
They stand for fortitude, courage, personal growth, and life.
And that is beautiful.
Now, let’s make sure they are healing optimally also.
- Moms who delivered via Cesarian Section
- Mamas who are planning to have VBAC next time
- Mothers having another planned C-Section
- Mamas with trauma to the perineum during vaginal delivery, significant tearing, episiotomy, or use of forceps or other instruments
- Moms who had pain, complications, infection, or other issues with tissue healing post-partum