Pre & Post Natal Care

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Our team offers both Prenatal Care and Postnatal Care so now you can experience the knowledge and expertise that our physicians provide. We focus on the manual method of care using therapy services such as Massage Therapy and more! Prenatal & Postnatal care helps to provide pregnant women with the tools to have a successful and healthy pregnancy experience.

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Pre & Post Natal Care

What Is Natal Care? How Does Prenatal & Post Natal Care Work?

Pre & Post Natal Care is a program based on improving posture, breathing patterns and functional movement in prenatal and postnatal women. The assessment phase evaluates posture and breathing at rest, as well as 6 primal movement patterns (squat, alternating lunge, twist, bend, push, and pull). Following an assessment, our Physical Therapist will implement corrective exercise and posture on the 1st visit. Our primary goal is to teach both prenatal and postnatal women that it is safe and beneficial to participate in an exercise program before or following childbirth.

Benefits of Prenatal & Postnatal Care

  • Improve Overall Mood
  • Increase Blood Flow
  • Increase Nutrient Delivery to the Baby and Toxin Excretion
  • Increase the Baby’s Vitality
  • Improve Endurance
  • Decrease Pregnancy Aches and Pains
  • Decrease Muscle Spasms and Cramping
  • Decrease Shortness of Breath
  • Maintain Healthy Weight
  • Decrease Stress
  • Decrease likelihood of Postpartum Depression
  • Assist in Pushing Stage of Labor
  • Assist in an Easier and Less Painful Labor

The goal of Prenatal & Postnatal Care

  • Decrease Pain
  • Improve Posture and Body Awareness
  • Strengthen and Improve Breathing Patterns
  • Strengthen the “Core” Muscles (the Diaphragm, Transverse Abdominis, Pelvic Floor)
  • Increase Functional Strength
  • Improve Balance
  • Improve Flexibility
  • Decrease Muscle Spasm and Tenderness

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