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50. Postpartum advice… the not so good messaging with Hayley Kava

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In this episode, I sit down with fellow physical therapist and Instagram star, Hayley Kava to break down some “not so good” messaging out there:

  • “Pelvic floor symptoms are due to a weak and loose pelvic floor”
  • “Don’t start physio until 6 wks after baby”
  • "A pelvic health PT is only helpful for those that have had a vaginal birth”
  • “Just give it time and wait for the hormones to go away”
  • “Be careful your abs don’t split open”
  • “Be careful or your organs will fall out”
  • “Just wait until you are done having kids and then have surgery”
  • “If physiotherapy didn’t work, you failed physio”

Our goal for this episode is to talk about how “rubbish” these messages are and share the truth behind them.

Hayley Kava PT, MPT, never wanted to be a pelvic floor physical therapist. She had been an athlete her whole life and thought working with athletes was her passion.
She then gave birth the first time and realized that labor, birth and postpartum recovery was the most physically, and emotionally demanding thing she had ever done.
Through navigating her own recovery, she realized that all people with pelvic floors deserve more information and empowerment about how to address their common, but often taboo, issues. She created her business Hayley Kava, Physical Therapy out of this passion to spread this much needed information, and to ensure that no person feels alone is dealing with any pelvic floor problem.
Hayley now works full time working both with clients and clinicians of all ages and genders taking a whole body approach to the pelvic floor.

Instagram
www.hayleykavapt.com

Thanks for joining me!
Here is where you can find more:
my online course to walk you through pregnancy, birth prep and postpartum recovery:
https://mommyberries.com

Want more details on the small groups?
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In this episode, I sit down with fellow physical therapist and Instagram star, Hayley Kava to break down some “not so good” messaging out there:

  • “Pelvic floor symptoms are due to a weak and loose pelvic floor”
  • “Don’t start physio until 6 wks after baby”
  • "A pelvic health PT is only helpful for those that have had a vaginal birth”
  • “Just give it time and wait for the hormones to go away”
  • “Be careful your abs don’t split open”
  • “Be careful or your organs will fall out”
  • “Just wait until you are done having kids and then have surgery”
  • “If physiotherapy didn’t work, you failed physio”

Our goal for this episode is to talk about how “rubbish” these messages are and share the truth behind them.

Hayley Kava PT, MPT, never wanted to be a pelvic floor physical therapist. She had been an athlete her whole life and thought working with athletes was her passion.
She then gave birth the first time and realized that labor, birth and postpartum recovery was the most physically, and emotionally demanding thing she had ever done.
Through navigating her own recovery, she realized that all people with pelvic floors deserve more information and empowerment about how to address their common, but often taboo, issues. She created her business Hayley Kava, Physical Therapy out of this passion to spread this much needed information, and to ensure that no person feels alone is dealing with any pelvic floor problem.
Hayley now works full time working both with clients and clinicians of all ages and genders taking a whole body approach to the pelvic floor.

Instagram
www.hayleykavapt.com

Thanks for joining me!
Here is where you can find more:
my online course to walk you through pregnancy, birth prep and postpartum recovery:
https://mommyberries.com

Want more details on the small groups?
Small Groups

Follow me on:
Instagram
Facebook
YouTube

Support the Show.

  continue reading

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