Hip Pain and Instability Is Extremely Common In Women After Having A Baby
In pregnancy, your core muscles stretch to accommodate your growing baby. Other parts of your body compensate so that you can maintain stability and stand upright.
Your hips end up taking over jobs that should be done by your core, pelvic floor, and glutes.
Those patterns don’t just go away when you give birth.
If you don’t rebalance your muscles over time, your hips are overworked. You start to experience things like pain, tightness, instability, SI joint or IT band issues, or a sense of weakness in your hips.
But…you do not need to suffer with these issues!
By rebalancing the muscles surrounding your pelvis, you can create lasting hip health.
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