The baby was born and there is all the joy and happiness of being a mother, but sometimes, some unforeseen events happen that hinder this moment from being lived to its fullest.
urinary incontinence (loss of pee) in the postpartum period is very common, and prolapses (“fallen bladder”) and fecal incontinence (loss of gas or feces). These pathologies can be due to the weakness of the musculature of the PERINEUM or hair from injuries at the time of delivery.
Cutting the episiotomy or laceration can make this region very painful, making postpartum recovery difficult and, in many cases, leading to pain and discomfort during delivery. intercourse. The difficulty in relaxing these muscles, the scar of the cesarean section, hormonal changes can also lead to discomfort during sexual intercourse.
Here mothers will find treatments for postpartum recovery with comfort and safety.
It is recommended that in the postpartum period an evaluation of this musculature is made in all mothers, regardless of whether it was a normal delivery or a cesarean section.
Sometimes the distension that occurs in the abdominal muscles during pregnancy can lead to abdominal diastasis, when these muscles separate. We use the hypopressive exercises to do the rehabilitation of the abdominal muscles without harming the PERINE muscles.
With the protocol Active Perineal Rehabilitation and & Series we promote the PERINEAL rehabilitation and its strengthening, preventing and treating perineal dysfunctions so that mothers can experience motherhood to its fullest.
The sooner the patient seeks treatment, the better the results.