How To Better Help Postpartum Clients
Learn what to look for and successfully identify the root cause of client complaints
Common Postpartum Patterns
Free Online Self-paced Course
Upon Completion of this Free Course:
Pregnancy and birth impact the body’s structure and function often inhibiting its ability to return to normal.
Knowing where to focus and what signs to look for can guide the right treatment.
Whether you are new to pelvic health or a seasoned physical therapist, this course will dramatically change how you assess your postpartum clients.
What Students Are Saying About This Course
After completion you will know, identify, and recognize:
- The motions of the pelvic bones for baby’s passage.
- The two most common open birthing patterns in the pelvis.
- The impact of the baby’s head on the pubic and rami bones.
- The effects different labor positions have on the pelvic bones.
- The impact pregnancy has on the rib cage and organs.
- The impact pregnancy has on the abdominal wall and core activation.
- How a vaginal birth affects the pelvic organs.
- How to improve pelvic floor function after birth.
How Does the Online Course Work?
Course Unit Sneak Peak: Pelvic Motions for Birth
Meet Your Instructor - Lynn Schulte, PT
Lynn Schulte has been a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist for over 30 years and is the principal instructor/founder at the Institute for Birth Healing. She has been helping moms heal from all types of issues women experience after birth and is now teaching courses to physical therapists to share her expertise. After working with thousands of women, she discovered something they all had in common; the “Open Birthing Pattern.” The Open Birthing Pattern results from the pelvic bones and muscles not returning to normal positioning, mobility, and function after birth creating pain, discomfort, and dysfunction. All of our courses focus on a holistic approach, assessments, and treatment techniques to relieve pain and discomfort and restore function.
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