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Postnatal Tips for New Parents

Postnatal Tips for New Parents

Postnatal Tips for New Parents

Free
This course includes

This series is designed for new parents to address common concerns while carrying for your new little baby.

Join Sarah Trottier, PT, as she discusses common concerns including lifting, back pain, posture, breastfeeding and toileting in the post partum period.

The instructors
Sarah Trottier
Physiotherapist
Through her work, Sarah realized early on in her career that she had an interest in pelvic health. She completed post graduate training in pelvic floor rehabilitation, which included courses to assess and treat many pelvic health conditions, such as bladder and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, chronic pelvic pain, painful intercourse, diastasis recti (or DRA), and many other related conditions. Sarah understands that pelvic floor issues may be a vulnerable topic, but believes that her compassionate, positive approach can help clients feel empowered in a comfortable and safe environment.
Course Material included in this course
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