Prenatal Physical Therapy

Prenatal Physical Therapy

Inside you'll find comprehensive educational videos on pelvic floor anatomy and function, modifications and considerations to help prevent, ease, and heal common pregnancy injuries such symphysis pubis dysfunction, SI joint pain, sciatica, & pelvic floor dysfunctions.

DISCLAIMER:
Please consult with your physician or health care provider before beginning any exercise program. The LUNA Method is not a licensed medical care provider and therefor the information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have ANY concerns postpartum, please contact your health care provider right away. NEVER use information you find on this platform as a replacement for medical care. We always recommend seeing a pelvic floor physical therapist for a full assessment both during pregnancy and postpartum.

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Prenatal Physical Therapy
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  • Exercise Modifications For Pelvic Pain / Prolapse / Pelvic Floor Injury

  • Exercises For Pre & Postnatal Pelvic Pain

    These exercises and stretches can help to rebalance the pelvis, build stability, and relieve symptoms of symphysis pubis dysfunction, SI joint pain, sciatica, and pelvic instability.

    RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT:
    *Mat
    *Your beautiful body

    DISCLAIMER:
    Please consult with your physician or health care ...

  • Pelvic Pain Circuit

    This circuit is designed to help rebalance the pelvis, build stability, and prevent + relieve symptoms of symphysis pubis dysfunction, SI joint pain, sciatica, and pelvic instability.

    RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT:
    *Mat
    *Yoga block or firm pillow
    *Resistance band loop

    DISCLAIMER:
    Please consult with yo...

  • Pelvic Floor Lengthening Sequence

    The pelvic floor needs to be able to lengthen and contract to function optimally, and a weak pelvic floor is not always the cause of pelvic floor dysfunction. Having a too-tight pelvic floor can also often be the cause and kegels can make it worse! This lengthening circuit can help release overac...

  • Pelvic Floor Strengthening Sequence

    The pelvic floor needs to be able to lengthen and contract to function optimally. This strengthening circuit helps strengthen & balance muscles of the pelvic floor and aid in restoring function.
    *If you are in the last few weeks of your pregnancy, we recommend spending some time lengthening the p...