The Body WorkShop Physical Therapy- Molly Conway, Physical Therapist
The goal of The Body WorkShop Physical Therapy is to provide individualized care that empowers women to return to a pain free and confident life. The practitioners of the Body Workshop specialize in pregnancy and postpartum care, pelvic floor dysfunctions, and breast cancer rehabilitation. Pilates is integrated into the rehab approach. The Body WorkShop was created to provide support and education to the many women with unanswered questions.
Who We Help:
Who want to keep lifting, squatting, biking, and running without being limited by leakage, pain, or stiffness throughout life. You do not have to be a Mom to experience these pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms
Who would like to learn how to connect with their body to prepare for an easier delivery, who want to remain active, fit and pain free throughout their pregnancy.
Who are trying to recover and heal their bodies after c-sections and vaginal deliveries while caring for a newborn; Who are suffering from pelvic floor issues including pain, incontinence (urine and fecal), and constipation. Who are struggling with feeling confident in their body and confused about how to start exercising again so they can get back to their active lifestyles.
Who may not have had their baby in the last year or even last 5 years, and are still struggling with postpartum symptoms that were never addressed. Once postpartum always postpartum it is never too late to return to doing what you love pain free or without symptoms.
Moms Returning To Fitness
Who have tried and things just don’t feel the same down their due to pain, heaviness or leaking, who don’t know where to start or have tried and experienced leaking, heaviness or pain.
Women Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
Who need guidance with pre or postoperative care to regain full use of their arm and bodies so that they are able to return to the activities they love. Who are experiencing the negative side effects of radiation, chemotherapy, and hormone treatment. Who are struggling to feel confident with their body to safely return to exercise.