Post-Baby Bod Status Triggers Interest in Physical Therapy Postpartum Treatment Programs
“Seeing an increased interest in a ‘Postpartum Baby Bod Physical Therapy Treatment Program’ is no big surprise. News coverage of celebrity mom’s postpartum bodies seems to trigger this type of interest,” says Marianne Ryan PT, who is considered one of the foremost experts in postpartum health and recovery from childbirth.
“Post-Baby Bod” status is the hot topic on the Internet and in other media outlets. This has more and more women researching how to get their “Post Baby Bod” back in shape.
Recent Google Search trends indicate more and more people searching for terms such as “Post Baby Bod Physical Therapy Treatment”, “Post Baby Bod Workout”, “Diastasis Recti”, “Jelly Belly” and “Mommy Tummy”.
“Seeing an increased interest in a ‘Postpartum Baby Bod Physical Therapy Treatment Program’ is no big surprise. News coverage of celebrity mom’s postpartum bodies seems to trigger this type of interest,” says Marianne Ryan PT, who is considered one of the foremost experts in postpartum health and recovery from childbirth. “When this type of media coverage is released you are sure to see much more searches for postpartum exercise programs and physical therapy treatment.”
Ryan, an award-winning author of ‘Baby Bod – Turn Flab to Fab in 12 Weeks Flat,’ offers a detailed DIY program to help turn Flab to Fab in just 12 weeks for new and experienced moms at any age. “It is never too late to recover from childbirth,” says Ryan, “Once Postpartum, Always Postpartum.”
“It is important for women to make the right decisions on how to get back into shape without causing injuries.” Marianne Ryan PT, who is the clinical director of MRPT Physical Therapy in Manhattan, "cautions new moms against jumping right back into a workout routine that is too challenging for their current condition,” and to consider going for physical therapy treatment to prevent developing problems later on.
In Ryan’s book, ‘Baby Bod,’ she offers a two-stage exercise program that is gentle enough to start the day after childbirth, and gets progressively more challenging as the weeks go on. Ryan also includes assessment tests to help women decide if they should seek physical therapy treatment.
For a free preview of the book, visit the website to download: “Want to Flat Tummy? Skip Sit-Ups!” The article offers safe evidenced based exercises that will help flatten that mommy tummy.
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