Postpartum recovery for your pelvic floor and abdominals
The French medical system provides every women with postpartum care for their pelvic floor and abdominals. This care is important to regain a pelvic floor and abdominals that supports back and neck, supports continence and supports intercourse without pain. Rebuilding core strength is not just about looks, it about building an strength within. Regaining abdominal, pelvic floor and deep back muscle are important to build a strong "core" to support your back and neck when you are carrying and feeding your baby. Core muscles must work with pelvic floor to prevent leaks when you laugh or pick up baby. Intercourse should not hurt after having baby. If you had an episiotomy or tore during delivery, when the tissues heal, a scar may develop. This scar is less stretching than muscle and may be a source of discomfort. Pelvic Physical Therapist are special trained to address these concerns and is covered by health insurance under Physical Therapy services. You deserve fully recover from pregnancy and deliver. You deserve a body that is able to function effectively for you as you care for your new baby.