At Revitalize Physical Therapy, we are continually adding new workshops and exercise events in order to best serve and educate our community. Check out our Facebook page for updates and photos of our events!
Wednesday, August 21 at 7 PM
Did you know? 60% of postpartum women have a diastasis recti.
Curious about diastasis recti (aka abdominal separation)? Join us for an interactive workshop to learn all about:
- What Causes Diastasis Recti
- How to find out if you have one
- How to heal from this common pelvic floor issue
- Steps you can take right now to alleviate symptoms
- What exercises to avoid when dealing with Diastasis Recti
Dr. Brenda Heinecke will talk about all things Diastasis Recti, the abdominal separation that many women experience during and after pregnancy. This workshop will include handouts, demonstration, and specific exercises will be shown. Attendees are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Wednesday, September 18 at 7 PM
Hales Corners Location
How healthy is your pelvic floor, mama? If you're dealing with or wondering about...
- peeing your pants (even when you laugh/cough/run/jump/sneeze)
- painful sex
- pelvic pain or pressure
- core weakness (AKA Diastasis Recti)
- low back or SI pain
...then this workshop is for you! Join us for a wine & cheese tasting as Dr. Brenda Heinecke from Revitalize Physical Therapy talks all about these common (but not normal!) pelvic floor dysfunctions. During the event, she'll chat about
- Anatomy of the pelvic floor and why your it is an essential component to your core
- The most common dysfunctions of the pelvic floor
- How to avoid or alleviate incontinence, back pain, painful intercourse, and more
- Specific exercises and tips to have a healthy pelvic floor for the long term
The pelvic floor is often overlooked, downplayed, and ignored. However, it is vital for the body's function and becomes problematic in many women. Dr. Brenda will teach you why we need to give our pelvic floors some attention and help you have a healthy pelvic floor long-term.
(Did we mention there will be wine??)
Spaces are limited, so register now!