MemberJune 9, 2021 at 11:40 am
I think it depends on the PT. I work in partnership with an amazing pelvic PT who specializes in pregnancy and postpartum and also attends births. She’s incredibly focused and talented and I see her assist many people with pain during pregnancy and with regaining pelvic floor integrity postpartum. In general I feel like the people I see who work with her tend to have well positioned babies going in to labor. I often wonder if every birthing person was able to get some pelvic PT prenatally and in the postpartum if it would improve birth outcomes and potentially prevent so many of the pelvic floor, SI joint and hip issues that crop up later on during menopause.