Four Reasons Why Every New Mom Needs Physical Therapy

By
Dr Ginger Garner
New Moms Need Physical Therapy

Pregnancy and childbirth exact an enormous toll on a woman’s body. It is transforming and beautiful, but when a mother does not get the physical and emotional support she needs, the effects can be devastating.

I am a new mother, three times over. After each birth, I benefited enormously from physical therapy.  I could not stand strong, fit, and wholly healed without it.

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