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This guide makes navigating many of our best postpartum recovery resources simple and easy. You can purchase our Full First Year Overview Guide at Dr. Alex's Vibrant Thinkific Page. It goes over what to do and when to do it for each phase of recovery. Includes healing timelines, exercise instructions, tips for common struggles and more.
From Dr. Kristina
As you embark on your post-C-Section journey, we're here to support you every step of the way. Our exercise guide is tailored to help you recover, rebuild your strength, and reclaim your active lifestyle.
The first six weeks after giving birth are known as the postpartum period. This period of time is important for both you and baby. While everyone’s experience is different, there are some key similarities that we'll cover in this guide. If you have questions of "Is this normal?" or "What do I do when?," this guide is for you!
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Alex wore these daily at the end of pregnancy. These were the most supportive product she tried for vericose veins, pelvic pain, and pressure. Discount code applies to select items.
Prepare your body for birth. These 5 things can help prepare not only you but your pelvic floor for labor and for birthing your baby! This was created by Dr. Kristina, DPT from PRT.
The Pelvic Floor and Core Program for Pregnancy by Dr. Kristina from PRT will help you strengthen your core and pelvic floor to minimize things from leakage to pelvic pain to back pain during pregnancy.
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*Note: We provide information on postpartum recovery not healthcare advice. We encourage you to discuss any content with your healthcare provider – we value their role in your recovery and this site is not a replacement for healthcare services like obstetricians, gynecologists, midwives, primary care providers, physical and occupational therapists, and mental health providers. See our Terms & Disclaimer and our Resources for more information.