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Gone are the days that women put their feet up and eat bon-bons or hide away while pregnant. Women want to be active during pregnancy, but many are afraid or do not know where to start and once the wee bundle of joy comes, they do not know how or when to start back. Some health care providers are also unsure of the most recent guidelines and do not always know how best to help these women. The good news is that women can and should exercise during and following pregnancy. The guidelines for exercise during pregnancy have been updated so come learn all about them.
Distance learning CE credit is available for California, Hawaii and Nevada. Please contact Mary Witcraft if you need a CE certificate for HI or NV. CE credit for this course expires on 4/30/2022.
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Names of the PF physical therapists and a sample of their work.
1. Susan Clinton - Pelvic girdle pain in the antepartum population. Physical therapy clinical practice guidelines linked to the international classification of functioning, disability and health from the section on women's health and the orthopaedic section of the American physical therapy association. Section on Women's Health, APTA, 2017;41(2):102-125
2. Sinead Dufour - Establishing expert-based recommendations for the conservative management of pregnancy-related DR abdominis. A Delphi Consensus Study.Journal of Women's HEalth Physical Therapy, 2019;43(2):73-81.
3. Diane Lee - https://dianeleephysio.com/
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