Our team of physical therapists are excited to announce a seminar series that is all about you: the active female. Throughout the first half of the year, there will be a seminar each month leading up to our Summit for Women. The seminars parallel the different stages of pre, during and post pregnancy challenges as well as addressing common issues that active females face. Join our team of experts and fellow community members as we explore the various options to living pain free.

Seminars

The Facts About Keeping the Muscles of the Pelvic Floor Healthy and Strong Seminar

March 15, 2018 | 6:30 PM
“Yep, we can talk about that” Have you ever been out for a long-awaited girls night and find yourself rolling with laughter when you feel the sudden need to run to the restroom to keep your bladder control? Muscles of the pelvic floor help to maintain control of your bladder and weakness in these muscles […]

Post Partum Exercise: How to Start and What is Safe Seminar

April 12, 2018 | 6:30 PM
“Hey, where’d my abs go?” Getting back into a workout routine after delivering a baby can be tough. Between juggling the needs of a baby, recovering from delivery, and dealing with changes to your body after pregnancy, many women are hesitant to jump into exercising. A lot of post-partum women also have a separation of […]

Spinal Manipulation for the Postpartum Mom Seminar

April 26, 2018 | 6:30 PM
How to combat pain and stiffness while nursing and caring for your baby Musculoskeletal pain is a common complaint during and post pregnancy. Common areas of pain include neck, middle back, low back, and pelvic area pain. These symptoms can be related to changes in ligamentous laxity, maternal weight gain and biomechanical changes due to […]

Post Partum Return to Running Seminar

May 24, 2018 | 6:30 PM
“They are cute, but eventually you will want to out run those toddlers” Now that the real marathon is over, you may be wanting to get back to running. After months of hormonal and body changes and probably some significant time off, running may look and feel different than it did pre baby. Whether you […]