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The only obstetrics course that provides a roadmap on how to start an obstetrics rehab program in the hospital or home.
Access interactive training from the comfort of your home to harness the skills you have to help individuals advocate for the care they want.
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Maternal mortality rates are growing each year. You have the ability to lessen discomfort, reduce risk factors, and address the concerns of mothers before, during, and after birth.
This innovative training provides the blueprint to expand early access to interventions after delivery that expedite function and recovery in hospitals, birth centers, and at home.
Join Dr. Ann Croghan, PT, DPT, CLC and Dr. Erin Locati, PT, DPT to learn what Physical Therapists recommend during the third trimester to prepare for birth and recovery.
Improve the breastfeeding experience earlier in the hospital or home by creating a thriving PT and OT practice to address common problems within the first 6 weeks
We discuss the short and long-term benefits of receiving OT and PT in the hospital after birth including cesarean delivery and how individuals can be provided access to these services during the hospital stay.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
While it is easier to start a program in a hospital that you work for, you do not have to be a therapist or work for the hospital that you wish to start a program in. Establishing a relationship with the maternal care team and rehab professionals in the facility is key to expanding earlier access to obstetric rehab services, yet you can drive this change as a doula, patient advocate, or non-healthcare professional.
Yes, we advocate for therapy and doula services to be accessible to anyone after any major pelvic procedure or birth. Doulas are not just professionals who support the perinatal population. Doulas serve an important role in the community through all phases of life, both at the beginning and at the end, and especially during a time where assistance is needed such as a major pelvic surgery (e.g. hysterectomy, cesarean section, prolapse repair, etc.) Therapists who traditionally wait 6 or more weeks prior to intervening after pelvic surgery understand that these are outdated practices that need to change. Doulas and therapists are vital members of a pelvic health network to enhance function and expedite recovery.
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