Pelvic Health Self Screening Checklist
Not sure if your pelvic health has been impacted during pregnancy or postpartum? This checklist will give you some further insight on the state of your pelvic health.
Postnatal Exercise Checklist
This checklist will help you recognize if and when to return to exercise postpartum; as well as If you may need to modify activity or not.
Get back to exercise and sex postpartum with ease and confidence!
Don't go on living with painful sex or bladder leakage after baby arrives. Just because it's common, doesn't mean it's normal or acceptable.
This course is for you if:
- You have questions about what is normal and not normal to feel in your postpartum pelvis
- You are looking to safely and effectively return to exercise and be more active once baby arrives
You are experiencing painful intercourse or have had a history of painful sex
You are worried about returning to sex postpartum as you think it will hurt
Did you know that:
- It's isn't normal to experience ongoing bladder leakage with exercise and day-to-day activity after having a baby
- Sex should be pleasurable and pain-free
Stress, anxiety and depression may influence the health of your pelvic floor
- Scar tissue from a c-section, vaginal tearing or an episiotomy may impact pelvic pain and penetrative intercourse
Join us for this course and take charge of your pelvic health!
This mini 'a la carte' course is Module 5 of our Postpartum Prep Bundle - 'Flourish in the 4th Trimester'. Take 'Returning to Sex & Exercise Postpartum' as a stand alone mini course or get the whole bundle for holistic health support during your postpartum journey.
Meeting Your Instructor, Angelique
Circumstances to Consider Before Returning to Sex & Exercise
Returning to Sex & Intimacy Postpartum
Returning to Exercise Postpartum
Scar Tissue - The Sometimes 'Elusive Enemy'
Biopsychosocial Factors that may Contribute to Painful Sex
Module 5 Handouts
Module 5 Bonus - Pelvic Health Checklists
Module 5 Transcript
Module 5 References
Angelique Montano-Bresolin is a Registered Physiotherapist based out of Toronto, Canada. Her training in pelvic floor dysfunction has included courses to assess and treat urinary incontinence, complex pelvic pain & sexual pain (vulvodynia, vaginismus, endometriosis, IC/PBS), gastro-intestinal disorders, prolapse, pre and postnatal, preparation for labour and delivery, post-surgical, post-menopausal and post-cancer care. She has trained extensively with experts in Canada and in the United States through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and the American Physical Therapy Association.
Angelique enjoys teaching doctors, her community and other Registered Physiotherapists about pelvic health care. She further advocates for pelvic health education by guest lecturing for the Ryerson University Midwifery Education Program and the University of Toronto Physical Therapy Program.
Feel at Ease
Support Pre and Post-pregnancy
• painful sex
• a leaky bladder
• painful scars
• not knowing how and when to return to exercise safely
• feeling fatigued and blue
Take control of your pelvic health!
You'll have access to:
- Videos of educational material
Exercise & education handouts and checklists
- Full access to the course content for one year
All this knowledge for a fraction of what you would pay to see an expert pelvic health practitioner.
At the rate of $57!