C-Section

Your C-Section Scar: A User's Guide
Birth is this amazing, complex journey that might have brought along a few souvenirs after nine months. When I talk my kids about their births, we briefly highlight a couple of things that catch their attention, one being the lovely...
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What Coaches Need to Know About Childbirth
It’s important for coaches working with pregnant and postpartum women to understand the birthing process and the implications it may have on a client’s body and her return to exercise, as well as the emotional and psychological impact of the...
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Why Every New Mother Should See a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
When immersed in the fog of new motherhood, adding one more item to the list can seem daunting, but if there’s one appointment that every mother should attend after giving birth, it’s an assessment with a pelvic health physiotherapist or...
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5 Important Considerations When Training New Moms
Birth and motherhood have their share of ups and downs and, as fitness professionals and health professionals, we have an important role to play in a new mom’s physical wellbeing as well as her mental and emotional wellbeing. Very often,...
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3 Myths About C-Sections That Are Hurting Moms
C-section births are extremely common in many developed countries. In fact, in 2015, 32 percent of babies in the United States were born via Cesarean delivery [1]. This accounts for well over a million births. What is astounding about this...
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Can You Reduce the Likelihood of Requiring a C-Section? (The Answer May Not Be As Simple As You Think!)
Giving birth is a major, life-changing experience, and a C-section procedure is itself a major abdominal and pelvic surgery. For a growing number of women, safely avoiding a C-section is a top priority. But… is there anything a woman can...
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4 Steps to Heal Up, Add Strength, and Feel Great in Your Post-Pregnancy Body
Let’s get one thing straight: This isn’t going to be your typical “get your pre-baby body back” story. I’m not going to tell you to eat 1,200 calories a day, train five days a week, or perform hours of cardio...
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Post-Pregnancy Workouts: How A Pregnancy Expert Does It
Your body — and your life — go through some pretty exciting changes between the end of pregnancy to early postpartum. Big things are happening, and your exercise routine will reflect all of that. If you're pregnant, you may not...
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How Do I Know If I Have Diastasis Recti?
Diastasis recti is the abdominal separation that commonly occurs in pregnancy. It’s thought that perhaps many, if not all women experience some degree of abdominal separation and expansion of the abdominal wall in pregnancy because of the growing baby. It...
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