Maybe you’re not peeing your pants - yay!
Maybe you don’t have diastasis recti - hooray!
Maybe you are completely comfortable with your workouts and activities of daily living - excellent!
But I guarantee you that a 20 minute phone call with Dr. Erica Boland of BIRTHFIT Wisconsin will change your life for the better.
ONE. You know the Functional Progression exercises (part 1, 2, 3, and 4)? Dr. Boland took her knowledge of developmental kinesiology and the information that she’s learned traveling all over the globe, studying the absolute best of the best in manual therapy, and combined those movement patterns into a replicable scheme that you can use to enhance your core function during pregnancy and postpartum or at any other point in time in your life. No, she didn’t make up the movements, but she created the flow of movements so that you can learn to move as you once did.
TWO. The three-part blog on our site (part 1, 2, 3) that goes fully into all that is diastasis rectus abdominis was authored by Dr. Boland.
THREE. Dr. Boland is one of the Senior Leadership Team members of BIRTHFIT.
FOUR. She’s the Lead Instructor for the BIRTHFIT Professional Course.
FIVE (AND MORE). This woman has birthed four babies of her own, has been a doula for countless births, collaborates with a variety of other healthcare professionals (MDs, DCs, PTs, midwives, LMTs, etc.) daily, and is a chiropractor who specializes in the functional core of the pregnant and postpartum woman. Add to that: she NEVER. STOPS. LEARNING. She’s headed to Prague later this year, where she’ll continue to learn from the brightest minds in manual therapy and human function. When it comes to knowledge of the Motherhood Transition, there is no one you’d rather spend 20 minutes with.
So what are you waiting for?
Sign up, chat with Dr. Boland, learn a thing or 70, and improve your core and pelvic floor function! You’ll be glad you did.