Have you explored the world of pelvic floor support yet?
You'd be surprised how many women at any stage can work to prevent various degrees of pelvic floor dysfunction... and that's exactly what we're going to chat about today!
My guest is Whitney Sippl, a pelvic floor physical therapist who is the founder of Restored Physique, an in-home concierge therapies for pregnancy, postpartum, pediatrics, and pelvic health.
I couldn’t think of a more qualified person to discuss:
How to properly go to the bathroom
3 things to prevent pelvic organ prolapse
Common pelvic floor conditions during pregnancy
So without further ado, click play >>HERE<< to listen in on my conversation with Whitney Sippl!
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Dr. Whitney Sippl is a pelvic floor physical therapist and a board-certified women clinical specialist who specializes in treating women during pregnancy and postpartum, and children with bladder, bowel, or pelvic/abdominal issues. She sees her patients in their homes throughout Orange County, at a clinic in Costa Mesa, CA, and virtually, through her company Restored Physique Physical Therapy.
She’s passionate about promoting awareness, well-being, and healing with a goal of empowering women during the prenatal and postnatal periods to address discomforts or concerns. Many women are told that symptoms such as incontinence, painful intercourse, scar pain, pelvic or back pain, pelvic pressure, or abdominal separation are normal during pregnancy or after having a baby; however, though COMMON, these conditions are not “NORMAL” and there are many ways to address these concerns.
She teaches a free virtual monthly class (Pelvic Floor & Core for Pregnancy, Postpartum& Beyond), speaks for various moms groups, and also has two courses available on her website ("Prenatal Physical Health and Labor Prep" and "Postpartum Physical Recovery"). Whitney loves teaching women ways to take care of themselves during pregnancy and how to get their bodies back after childbirth and she is also the mom of two little ones.
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I'm Erica Ziel
I'm a small-town Iowa girl that fell in love with healing the body through movement. Almost two decades later, I empower this message to women through my programs, podcast and courses.