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“We get caught in this idea that it’s going to pass…..and it doesn’t necessarily just pass.” -Renee Groenemann Big T and little t traumas affect our mental health AND our physical health. Our body remembers these traumatic events and often holds onto a trigger that will stimulate our sympathetic nervous system into the fight, flight, or freeze casc…
 
“I had this belief that is I went to sleep, my baby would die.” -Renee Groenemann Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum can be a whirlwind of events that can fly by in the blink of an eye. Some of these events can be more traumatic than we initially realize. Trauma comes in 2 main forms: Big T- things like rape, assault, war, near death experiences. lit…
 
Hi! And welcome to episode 6 of the All out motherhood podcast- I’m so glad you’re here! I wanted to change it up a bit and take a minute to just introduce myself finally. So, Hi I’m Allyson. I have a doctorate in physical therapy and specialize in women’s health. I’m also a medical yoga therapist, women’s health and nutrition coach, and entreprene…
 
"Stress stays with you and sleep is a good time to heal the body. Our body can only take so much until it's like "I'm out!" and you start to have health issues." -Dr. Amisha Klawonn Sleep. Just saying the word makes me imagine myself snuggled up in my comfy, cozy bed just about to fell asleep. But, then I realize it's 3p on a Monday and I only have…
 
“Nobody in the history of relaxing has ever relaxed when someone says relax.” -Dr. Melanie Struzzi Sutton Did you know that physical therapists can help with things like pain with sex, bladder leaking, IBS, recovery after pelvic cancer, and lymphedema? Well, you do now. MEET MELANIE Dr. Melanie Struzzi Sutton is a PT with certifications in women’s …
 
“You have to rehab your body to your new self and accept the changes that come with having a baby, but acceptance doesn’t mean you have to settle.” -Dr. Libby Trausch First, let’s get 2 things straight. Vagina is not a dirty word. Once postpartum, always postpartum. I don’t care if you had your baby 50 years ago or last week. Let’s just go ahead an…
 
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