Often referred to as "false labor" pains, Braxton Hicks contractions are a common occurrence in the third trimester and a topic of interest and confusion for many expectant mothers.
Perimom Partners with Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy to Sponsor Obstetric Physical Therapy Courses
Perimom, a developer of a premium perineal massage tool for birth prep, is thrilled to help promote excellence in obstetric physical therapy.
Many women need stiches after a vaginal birth because of tearing or an episiotomy. Understanding, treating, and caring for these occurrences is essential for a smooth postpartum recovery.
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The perineum is a region of the body that is often overlooked in discussions about human anatomy, yet it plays a crucial role in various bodily functions including pregnancy and childbirth.