Liz Simons instructs the following:
Restore Your Core and Pelvic Floor
This workshop is designed for both the prenatal and postnatal population to learn about how to best prepare and rehabilitate your core and pelvic floor to optimize outcomes during both pregnancy and postpartum. Studies show that women who use their core correctly are 75% less likely to develop diastasis recti, or separation of the abdominal muscles that sustains beyond the perinatal period. You will learn how to both prevent, manage and repair diastasis recti as well as pelvic floor dysfunction related to pregnancy and postpartum including urinary and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and persistent low back pain.
Dr. Liz Simons received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from New York University and a B.A. in Psychology from Williams College. For nearly a decade, Liz has specialized in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, with a personal interest in the education and treatment of the pre and postnatal population. Liz is dedicated to changing the standard of care for women and bridging the gap by informing and educating women about their bodies so that they can feel strong and empowered. She is a local Port Washington mother of three boys.
Cost: $45, Early Bird $40 if Registered by 11/3/18