Suffering from low back or pelvic pain?
Thought it would just go away after baby?
Here are 5 Things your Doctor, Midwife, or Nurse Haven’t Told you about your pelvic or low back pain - and what you could do starting NOW to stop the suffering!
Introducing our learn-from-home mini course on how to check and heal your own pelvic floor! Pelvic floor problems are often the missing link to lower back and pelvic pain that just won’t go away - no matter what you’ve tried - and it’s something the medical community misses all the time. This is actually easier to detect than you think once you know what you’re looking for - and it’s exactly why I created this course!
Now it's time to find out what's REALLY going on down there, how BAD it is, and what can be done to FIX it! …Learn how to check your own pelvic floor at home in just 5 minutes a day!
CHECK YOUR OWN PELVIC FLOOR walks you through step-by-step how to check for pelvic floor issues, which can mimic back pain. Learn EXACTLY how strong your core is, if you have a prolapse, if your muscles are too tight, how to check your scars and what to do to heal. This mini-course is perfect if you leak when you exercise, have pelvic pressure, or feel like things will 'just fall out', have low back pain or pain with sex or have other embarrassing concerns related to peeing and pooping.
IF YOU REALLY NEED TO DO KEGELS LIKE YOUR DOCTOR SAID.
If you leak when you run, jump, cough or sneeze you may think you have weak pelvic floor muscles. But do you?
Discover how strong your pelvic floor is and whether you should do Kegels or not. Some women need them, some don't.
IF YOUR MUSCLES ARE TOO TIGHT...THAT CAN BE WORSE THEN WEAK MUSCLES!
A tight pelvic floor can cause pain with sex. No Fun! It can also cause leaking, pelvic pain and other pelvic concerns.
Find out if your muscles are too tight, too loose or just right. Tight muscles don't need Kegels!
IF YOU HAVE A PROLAPSE...AND HOW BAD IT IS.
A Pelvic Organ Prolapse can feel like things are slipping down or falling out of your vagina.
Find out what organs can prolapse and learn how to tell if you're A-OK or if you have a real issue that needs attention of a professional.
IF YOUR SCARS ARE REALLY THE PROBLEM.
Scars from an episiotomy, tearing during childbirth or Cesarean birth can cause pain with sex, weak pelvic floor muscles, leaking, digestive issues, hemorrhoids and pain in the back, hips and pelvis.
Discover if your scars are really the problem, and what you can do about it.
End The Worry
I'm Justine: a Women's Health Physical Therapist, Certified Birth Healing Specialist and mom to 2 beautiful daughters. I love helping women heal and feel empowered, and one of the best ways I do that is through education. I believe accurate, well explained information about your body can make a HUGE impact on how you feel and can give you the confidence you need to make important health care decisions. So, whether you're a mom like me, are pregnant or planning to become pregnant soon, or you've never had kids, I believe you deserve to feel your best and get the answers you're looking for about the most intimate parts of your body. Enjoy the course!
Justine Calderwood, MSPT
There’s no better time to get the answers you're looking for. The free 'Check Your Own Pelvic Floor' mini-course will give you the confidence you need to feel better and heal in a profound way. All you'll need is 5 minutes a day for 5 days. You'll start getting answers immediately and have a complete check done in less than a week.
Without leaving your home, without driving across town, without waiting in a packed waiting room, without having to undress and lie down onto a very cold and uncomfortable paper-sheet-lined table and stick your legs into those cold metal stirrups, and then be billed an outrageous amount for 15 minutes worth of your doctor’s time.
No more guessing. No more worrying. Just answers.