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Learn about Pregnancy & the Pelvic Floor.
A Partnership - Baby's role in birth It's a team effort. Baby and a birthing person work together. This session will prioritize the relationship between the baby and the pelvis. We will consider the baby's role in birth and how we can help the baby to complete its sequential reflexes in order to be born. Optimizing the birth process to minimize the trauma experience.
Balance Movement - Preparing your body for birth In this webinar we will take the positive mind shift and balance it with the movement system. Helping clients to understand how past traumas and injuries can affect tension patterns in the body and how to prepare ahead of time for more easeful and efficient labor.
The Role of PT in the 4th Trimester & Beyond Apply functional training principles to successfully prepare and train your pregnant patients for labor and delivery. Learn how to structure your in-clinic sessions, properly prescribe a home program for birth and labor, and learn how to prepare and support your patients for acute recovery after birth.
Contemporary Considerations for Management of Pelvic Girdle Pain: Pregnancy and Postpartum 1) Define and differentiate lumbopelvic pain, pelvic-girdle pain and pregnancy-related pelvic girdle. 2) Review the critical examination of the scientific literature base related to PGP and other associated topics (SIJ, SPD). 3) Review the historical assumptions and evolution of science as related to pelvic girdle pain and pregnancy related PGP. 4) Understand the common impairments, functional limitations and disabilities associated with pregnancy-related PGP. 5) Develop an understanding of an evidence-informed care approach to capture all relevant aspects of the pain presentation.
2nd Stage Labor: Baby, Body, Breath Upon completion, the participant will be able to: 1. Describe ways in which to push safely and effectively and minimize damage to their core and pelvic floor. 2. List the various phases of the 2nd Stage of Labor. 3. Explain physiological 2nd Stage. 4. Describe some breathing practices for different phases of 2nd Stage.
Pacifying Pregnancy Pain Pt.1 This webinar is intended to teach physical therapists and physical therapy assistants considerations for the patient who is pregnant and experiencing pain. Topics will include pain at the pubic symphysis, coccyx, and round ligament, meralgia parasthetica, and vulvar varicosities. This course incorporates a basic review of how anatomy and physiology change during pregnancy and can contribute to these pain conditions, examination and treatment options, and tips for birth preparation.
Pregnancy, Perineal Tear, 4th degree tear, return to running, breastfeeding, postpartum, birth, pain, labor pain, Jill Krapf, Caitlyn Mccurdy Robinson, Ann Croghan, Sarah Boyles, Chantal Traub, Safety First, Marcy Crouch, Susan Clinton, Pelvic Girdle Pain, 2nd Stage Labor, Breath, Breathing, Hormones, Pacifying Pregnancy Pain, Prenatal Clients, Melissa Stendahl, Lacey Forsyth, Prep H, Hemorrhoids, Nipple Pain
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