Dr. Sarah Duvall - How to take back control of your Body Post-Partum
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This week I'm joined by Dr. Sarah Duvall. Sarah is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, A Women's Health Specialist and Personal Trainer.
In the episode Sarah discusses:
- The key areas of focus Post-Partum and what considerations need to be made based upon the type of delivery (Vaginal VS C-Section).
- What Diastasis Recti is, how to assess it and the importance of assessing it in different positions and the areas to focus on to heal yourself.
- Why the Pelvic Floor is often hugely over-looked, the importance of addressing it and why endless hours of Keagals can actually be to your detriment.
- The impact that correct breathing mechanics, addressing posture and diaphragm position have on recovery Post-Partum and why they're the key areas of focus when addressing Diastasis Recti.
- The biggest issues she sees with Post-Partum Training Programs and Training Approaches.
- Key focus points Post-Partum when returning to movements such as Squats and Deadlifts.
Sarah provided so much great and easy to apply information during this episode. She also referred to several articles she's written as well. Here are the links.
Posture Article: https://www.coreexercisesolutions.com/exercises-to-improve-posture/
Diastasis Fix: http://www.coreexercisesolutions.com/diastasis-fix/
5 Best Pelvic Floor Exercises: http://www.coreexercisesolutions.com/articles/best-pelvic-floor-exercises/