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Services We Offer for Pregnancy - Prenatal and Postpartum

  • Prenatal, Pregnancy, & Postpartum Exercise Programs

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    Customized One-on-One Prenatal and Perinatal Exercise Programs

    Learn SAFE and EFFECTIVE exercises to keep your body strong, flexible and painfree throughout your pregnancy and after delivery from a licensed Physical Therapist and certified Pilates instructor. 

  • Therapeutic Yoga for Pelvic Pain, Prolapse, Diastasis Recti, Pregnancy and Beyond

    Experience our Pelvic Health Yoga Series

    3 session package $695 (save $25 when you purchase all 3 sessions at your 1st visit)

    • First visit 90 minute evaluation and initiate home program based on therapeutic yoga techniques
    • Two one-hour follow-ups, incorporating visceral manipulation techniques when appropriate
    • All visits are one-on-one with a Licensed Physical Therapist and Registered Yoga Therapist, and are available in our Montrose and Sherman Oaks locations.
  • Yoga and Pregnancy: Increase Quality of Life During Pregnancy and After

    We are starting an exciting new yoga therapy program at Femina/Fusion Wellness PT. To celebrate, there will be a series of blog posts highlighting how yoga can mesh well with issues like pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, and pregnancy.

    Yoga and Pregnancy

    Modified, gentle, and restorative yoga practices can be a fantastic addition to physical activity during pregnancy. Yoga can also give an opportunity for mamas to listen to their bodies, gain stamina and the courage needed for labor and motherhood. Whether you start practicing yoga after you get pregnant, or you already have a practice, yoga also helps you to consciously connect to the process of nature and your baby and prepare you for your birth.

    With guidance, safe poses can be practiced during all three trimesters. Studies have found that a yoga practice during pregnancy can help improve health for both mothers and their newborn babies.

    What is Yoga?

    Yoga is a movement practice that incorporates movement for strength and flexibility with breath work and mindfulness for reduction of stress and tension. Yoga is used therapeutically for a variety of immunological, neuromuscular, psychological, and pain conditions.

    Yoga increases comfort during pregnancyand makes for shorter and less painful labor.

  • Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy During Pregnancy

    It’s truly amazing what bodies endure during and following pregnancy. We praise all the new parents that come into the clinic for their resilience not only physically but mentally, taking care of themselves as well as being a caretaker 24/7 whether it’s one child or three children, it really is a super power.

  • NormaTec - The Ultimate Recovery Device to Increase Circulation and Improve Mobility

    We are excited to announce the addition of the NormaTec PULSE Series to our treatment options!

    NormaTec is the ultimate recovery device. The technology can increase circulation and improve mobility for those who work out regularly, are training for a competition or race, experience swollen legs from traveling frequently, stand for long hours on the job, or suffer from inflammation, sore muscles, or other circulatory issues.

    NormaTec is used extensively in professional athletics and is utilized for both rehab and recovery by 97% of pro teams, as well as Olympic and elite athletes across a broad spectrum of sports. Plus, our pregnant and post-operative patients love the way they feel after a session!

  • Joint Laxity and Pregnancy: What is it and What can you do about it?

    Laxity in Pregnancy is what may be causing you those aches and pains

    The Role of the Relaxin Hormone

    As discussed previously on the blog, pregnant people undergo some major changes in their bodies, including producing different hormones that play various roles during pregnancy. One hormone that affects the musculoskeletal system in a pregnant person’s body is called relaxin.

    Relaxin is a hormone produced by the corpus luteum (an endocrine gland made in the ovary when a follicle has matured and released an egg during ovulation) and the placenta (an organ developed in the uterus during pregnancy that provides oxygen and nutrients to your baby). Relaxin inhibits uterine activity and helps relax the pelvic joints so your hips can widen in preparation for birth. Relaxin peaks during the first trimester. However, relaxin can also contribute to laxity in other areas of the body during pregnancy, not just the pelvis.

What They Say About Us

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    • Testimonial by S.H., age 24

      I just wanted to thank you for everything you've done for me for the past 19 months. I literally could not have reached my goals without you and your practice. You gave me the courage to keep moving forth with my treatment no matter how afraid and anxious I was. You were always there to answer questions and made this whole process so much easier than I expected it to be. It's because of you that my marriage is on the right track, that I can get pregnant and that this part of my life is finally...

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    • Testimonial by Lauren B.

      Femina PT (née Fusion Wellness & Physical Therapy) has been such an answer to prayer, i'm so glad I found them! I've been struggling with vaginismus my whole life, but didn't have a name for it until about 6 or 7 months ago. Even once I did have a name for it though, I didn't know where to begin in getting help. My OB/GYN had me get a set of dilators, but I couldn't even insert the smallest one by myself. Most times I tried I just ended up frustrated and in tears. I felt really alone, like I...

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