Common Conditions

Urinary incontinence

Urinary urgency

Pubic bone pain

Low back Pain

Sciatic pain

Sacroiliac pain

Pain with sex

Diastasis Recti


General Weakness

Abdominal Pain

Fecal and Gas Incontinence


Cesarean Scar Pain

Episiotomy Scar Pain

Perineal Scar Pain


Return to Exercise

Exercise Modification

Additionally, we can help you:

Prepare for birth (vaginal, cesarean or VBAC)

Plan and execute your postpartum recovery

Guide your exercise during pregnancy

Guide your return to exercise postpartum

What to expect from your initial PT appointment

Physical Therapy

Lady Bird PT provides virtual and office visits to address your pain and symptoms. You just need comfy clothes and an hour of time! Children are always welcome during PT sessions.

Expecting Parent Plan

If you're pregnant and feeling great but looking for more information, this plan is for you. This plan can be modified to fit your individual needs, however typically includes 4 sessions and our birth prep course, including a prenatal physical evaluation, and a 3, 6 and 10 week postpartum appointment

You'll learn:

  • Where your strengths and weaknesses are


    How to recognize changes in your body and identify red flags

  • How to safely stay active and strong throughout pregnancy
  • How to correctly strengthen your pelvic floor and core to reduce the severity of diatasis recti and risk of urinary incontiennce

  • Exercises to do at home aimed at addressing your personal weaknesses

  • Everything covered in our birth preparation course (detailed below)

  • What you can do, step by step, during the early postpartum period to ensure you heal as quickly and effectively as possible!

Birth Preparation 
(Click here for recorded course)

If you're pregnant and wondering how to best prepare yourself for birth, this is for you. You can come in to our office for a personalized birth prep appointment or purchase our online, self paced course.

You'll learn:

  • How your pelvic floor and core are impacted by pregnancy and childbirth (both vaginal and cesarean)

  • How to reduce your risk of and severity of tearing

  • Exercises to relax your pelvic floor and core
  • Pushing techniques and how to improve pushing efficacy

  • Breathing and vocalization techniques for push preparation

  • How to open your pelvic inlet and outlet at different stages of labor

  • Questions to ask your provider at your 34 week visit

  • Postpartum recovery timelines for healing, exercise and sex

  • A plan to prepare your body and mind for the remainder of pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum recovery

  • A recording of your visit and additional video resources to learn more about covered topics

Virtual Consultations
These are a great option regardless of your location if you are interested in learning more about how pelvic health and recovery play into your athletic performance, long term health or general wellness.
These visits can be used by gym owners or personal trainers to tailor programming to better fit pregnant and postpartum clients, athletes to incorporate pelvic floor and core training into their fitness routine, or any other interest in pelvic health, pregnancy and postpartum recovery.